- A young lady recently headed to the comments section to share a heartwarming post about becoming an Attorney of the High Court
- Her post includes amazing snaps of herself posing in front of the court with her proud parents
- The post blew up as many people headed to the comment section to share many congratulatory messages
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Another young black woman has made herself, her parents, and the rest of South Africa very proud after sharing a hearty celebratory post about finally being admitted as an attorney of the High Court.
In the heartwarming and extremely inspirational post that was made by the beautiful young lady with the Twitter handle, @welamlokoti, she also included some snaps of herself and her proud parents posing in front of the High Court.
"I got admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa today," she warmly wrote in the caption of the motivational post.
The post received over twelve thousand likes from South Africans who were seemingly just as proud as she was. Many of them headed to the comment section to share hearty congratulatory messages.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Can someone please explain what it means to be an Attorney of the High Court. And congratulations."
"If you allow me I'd make sure you are admitted in hospital 9 months from now."
"Wait your mom looks familiar... law runs in family."
"Congratulations,I wish u all the best in ur new position!!"
"Thumbs up congratulations, u must have worked very hard to achieve this. Hope we, the people of SA can trust that you will do more than yr best to ensure proper justice. We hope to hear you on twitter sometimes"
In more inspirational YEN.com.gh news, another young South African, Katlego Makgaila, has opted to inspire his followers by taking to social media to celebrate his success as he pits his mind against the best in the High Court of South Africa.
Going by his Twitter account, the 26-year-old was captured in photographs with his parents outside the court and his followers are flooding his wall with congratulatory messages.
According to a report published by IOL, the Pretoria-based attorney graduated from the University of Johannesburg in 2018 and continued to do his articles in 2019.
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