- Social media user Lovedoveclarke has dazzled social media feeds with proud moments with her father
- In a Twitter post, she disclosed that her father quit his CEO position for further studies three years ago
- The young lady uploaded two gorgeous photos as she posed with a father to highlight the proud occasion, generating a massive buzz
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A young lady identified on Twitter as Lovedoveclarke has generated massive buzz on social media after she shared proud moments with her father.
According to the lady, her father quit his CEO position to obtain a doctorate and start his own company.
Lovedoveclarke posed with her father in two adorable shots that have turned heads on social media.
In the frames seen by YEN.com.gh, the father-daughter duo posed sitting by each other. Lovedoveclarke's father captured another moment alone in his graduation robe.
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Captioning the images, Lovedoveclarke wrote:
''My dad officially became a doctor today!''
In another post, she said:
''He quit his CEO position three years ago to get his doctorate and start his own company. The programme lasted three years.''
Her gorgeous images have gained the interest of netizens. At the of writing this report, her post had garnered over 10,000 retweets, more than 683 quote tweets, and over 269,000 likes.
Read some of the comments compiled below:
''Congratulations! This feels like a big win for humanity, in general. We need more doctors, and kids need to see more people achieving goals at any time. I'm so thankful for his success!''
''Congrats to your dad. Also, you and that dress are.''
''Congratulations. We need more doctors.''
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