- A proud young man recently headed to Facebook to celebrate his graduation with some great pics of himself
- In the heartwarming ImStaying post, the young guy explains how he just achieved his Honours in Education
- Facebookers were left pretty impressed by the ambitious man, many of them congratulating him in the comments section
A proud young man recently shared the news of his big educational achievement. In a post shared in Facebook's ImStaying group, Essien George explained how he just got his Honours Degree in Education. In the motivational post, he also explains how he is planning to get both his Master's and PhD:
"Honours in Education done and dusted, heading towards Master's, till I reach PhD, that's why #ImStaying."
Meanwhile, Facebookers and Stayers were left nothing short of impressed. Many of them headed to the comment section of the post where they wished him a long, happy and successful life.
Read a few of their comments below.
Maureen Mabena said:
"Congratulations. Yes that is the spirit."
Maikane Diale said:
"I am so inspired, big up to you!"
Elizabeth Roberts wrote:
"A happy day for you. Well done!"
Faithmay Meiring said:
"You have every reason to be proud of your accomplishments. Sincere congratulations."
Hazel Mangcu said:
"Congratulations, applied knowledge is key to problem-solving and growth all round."
David Lazarus said:
"Congratulations for the academic excellence my brother, ride up whatever you dream is possible. Keep it up."
Beverly Beard said:
"Congratulations! Wishing you great success in your studies and life."
In similar touching YEN.com.gh news, Nozibele Qamngana, a 30-year-old South African woman, recently left thousands of locals inspired after she shared a touching story with group members and Stayers of Facebook's ImStaying group.
In the heartwarming post, Nozibele explains how her poor and uneducated mother moved from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg after being promised a job by a man she had fallen in love with. Soon she was working as a cleaner and had two children with the man, who she later found out was actually married to another woman.
Nozibele then explains how she, her brother and her mom, abandoned by their dad, lived in poverty, struggling to stretch the salary that a cleaner got to make ends meet. Against all odds, she matriculated and was soon off to university.