- Chama Mwanza went to his late father's grave with a mission to share some good news
- He was teary as he informed his father that there was his upcoming university graduation and was there to offer his gratitude to him- Mwansa shared the photos alongside an emotional write up on his Facebook page
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A young man named Chama Kings Mwansa is set to graduate from the university in a week's time.
Having achieved a worthwhile milestone, he found it prudent to celebrate with the man who sired him, even though he is no longer alive.
To do so, he took time to spend at his grave where he paid tribute to the fallen patriarch before informing him why he had visited.
In a post shared on his Facebook page, Mwansa was all emotional as he wrote a wonderful piece in honour of his late father.
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"I just came over to let you that m graduating next week Friday with a credit and it's not been easy, yet through His mercies, it is finished. It is barely six years now since you departed from us yet the pain inside our hearts is like yesterday's event," read part of the statement.
"I never thought I would come this far, never even crossed my mind that one day I would be in the university, but here I am father standing on the same spot I stood six years ago testifying that the Mercies of the Lord endure forever," he continued.
"Dad, the boy you left is now a man and also an Unza graduate. Hence, I just came here to say #, thankyou papa," concluded Mwansa.
Netizens joined in congratulating Mwansa for the feat and wished him well in his future endeavours.
"I always knew you would make it. He is very proud of you."
Sally Shalom Ngambi:
"Wow praise the Lord we thank God for this great achievement and blessing."
"Oh no, it is really sad that he can't see the person you have turned into, never the less God is faithful and he will continue to see you through life. Congratulations for making it am really proud of you boy, continue fighting I believe in you."
"Congratulations Sir! Continue in his path of instruction and admonition, and you'd be faithful to the name by which you identify with him. Now, that's a worthwhile and eternal legacy!"
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