- Mahlatse Mashile had everyone smiling for the right reasons when he shared his inspirational, heartwarming story on Facebook
- He revealed that he had to drop out of school due to mental health issues and thought his dreams were over
- Thanks to his mom and her support he was able to graduate with a Diploma in Accounting and is studying towards an advanced qualification
A touching Facebook story posted in the Varsity World group had everyone crying with tears of joy.
Mahlatse Mashile shared his inspirational story with the world. He reveals that he had to give up his dream of studying when he dropped out of high school due to mental health issues.
He thanks his mom for being there for him and believing in him. She gave him the support he needed to overcome his challenges.
Here is his full post:
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"To think that I dropped out of high school due to mental health ,this graduation is extra special to me .Who knows where I would’ve been if I didn’t have supportive mother ,I’m just glad that I can make proud and show her that the support didn’t amount to nothing .This is just the first of many ,through God’s and hard work I’ll achieve my academic in the next two years ."
He successfully graduated with a Diploma in Accounting and is proceeding with an advanced Diploma in Accounting Science.
Social media users couldn't hold back their congratulations for the young man
"Congratulations keep shining and making your ever-supportive mum even more proud."
Simtha Blossom Ngonyoza:
"Congratulations bhutimental illness is not a child's play."
"You are a charted accountant!!! keep making mum proud."
Lady celebrates bagging PhD in town & regional planning at just 29: "My dream career"
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a young Ghanaian woman identified as Gloria Mensah has celebrated her achievement after being able to bag her PhD at such a young age.
She took to social media to share the good news to inspire all and sundry online. Sharing adorable photos on her LinkedIn page, Gloria expressed gratitude to all those who helped her all through her PhD journey.
In her words: "I am extremely grateful to my amazing supervisors; Dr. Katharine Dommett, Dr. Christopher Jones and Prof. Peter Styring for the incredible guidance and support I received throughout my PhD journey."
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