- An African doctor recently headed online to share a heartwarming "How it started vs How it's going" Twitter post
- In the "How it started" pic, the doc and his woman are young and childless while the "How it's going" pic shows them with their little kid
- The post blew up as thousands of Twitter users headed to the comment section to swoon over the adorable couple
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An African Psychiatrist with the Twitter handle @DrLeke recently headed to Twitter to take part in the challenge that started going viral last year and is still going strong on Twitter, the "How it started vs How it's going" challenge.
His beautiful take on the challenge shows him and his wife in their younger and childless day as the "How it started" pic while his "How it's going" pic shows him and his wife with their little boy smiling happily.
How it started vs How it’s going, he captioned the inspirational post.
Tweeps obviously loved it as they reacted to it nearly 40 000 times. They also shared many compliments with the couple in the comment section. Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
"I love this. Some people will not be patient enough to wait for you...most times they're never part of your process. Let them go now cos in few years time, nah them dem claim say dem follow you suffer."
"A lot of respect for you both, but u see Tosbi en, she is as perfect as it comes, I can't disrespect her, ever. Na person she be. See as my guy eye don almost close sake of cheeks"
In other heartwarming news, young South Africans are slowly reshaping the country's various workspaces as they continue to not only infiltrate but dominate. Another bright young woman with the Twitter handle @neomadiba_ is one of them.
The young woman recently headed online to share the exciting news of herself being admitted as an attorney of the High Court. Her post included a bunch of stunning pictures of herself in front of the Pretoria High Court.
"Today, I took an oath and became a duly admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa.Woman judge. My hard work and dedication is paying off. All praises to the Most High. His mercy never fails to locate me," she captioned the heartwarming post.
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