- A beautiful South African woman has taken to Twitter to celebrate taking her pharmacist's oath
- Her heartwarming post features two stunning pics of herself rocking a skin-tight silk green dress
- The post quickly blew up reaching over 20 000 likes, many locals also headed to the comment section to congratulate her
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Black South African women keep on winning. Another beautiful black woman has managed to achieve immense success. Taking to Twitter, SheilaVutivi shared that she had just taken her Pharmacist's oath.
Her highly motivational and inspirational post also included two pictures - one in her graduation gown and another of her wearing a skin-tight silk green dress - which her followers absolutely loved.
"Today I took the Pharmacist's OathIt is done!,' she excitedly captioned the Twitter post.
Impressed Saffas quickly headed to the comment section to both compliment her and share beautiful congratulatory messages. Read a few of their comments below.
"Just gonna come to your pharmacy and look for wrong pills while you are on a way to change them stoko."
"You're making us proud my girl because ever since Indians arrived in this country they made sure the Pharmacy department is regarded as incompetent so that they can supply us with pharmaceutical products. Look today here you are after so many years. If I lie how many pharmacists now."
"Wonder what does it say? Smiling face with open mouth and cold sweat Otherwise congrats and pls guys do open your own practices and get the leading Medical Aids on board so that we support such #blackexcellence"
In other inspiring YEN.com.gh news, a final year student named Nana Ama has graduated as the 2020 valedictorian of the Regent University College of Science and Technology.
The young lady also made history as the over-all Best Student of the 2020 batch of the prestigious university.
Despite the troubling coronavirus pandemic that has impacted the academic calendar and studies, Nana Ama defied the odds to emerge as the valedictorian and over-all Best Student for the 2020 batch.
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