- A man graduated as a lawyer from UJ and explained on Twitter that he's the first in his family to get a tertiary qualification
- Tweeps were overjoyed at the accomplishment and showered him with congratulatory messages
- Others warned him to keep an eye out for jealous family members, while some asked how his journey to being a lawyer is going
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Andile Mphale graduated from the University of Johannesburg and shared his joy online with a collage of pics. The young man announced that he had finally graduated, and one of the pics shows that he's a certified lawyer.
What made the post even more heart-warming was that he shared being the first in his family to get a tertiary qialification.
People on Twitter flooded the young man's celebratory post with messages of praise. Some people cautioned against family members with ill intentions, while others asked about his journey to becoming a lawyer.
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Here are some of the comments:
"You the MAN!!! I see you looking into the future with confidence (frame 4), prayer in your armament, character your torch and legacy. Leader of your clan, Visionary extraordinare. God is ALWAYS in control. Happy Days Ahead!!! ️."
"Di ska go loya di relative mfanaka (I hope your relatives won't bewitch you). Congratulations. If possible change locations."
"Congratulations and welcome to the first-in-the-family group."
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Another young soon be lawyer made waves with her graduation pics. According to YEN.com.gh, social media user AdoreTC will soon become a first-generation law graduate in her family, and she can't wait to celebrate the accomplishment.
Besides her hard work, she is proud of the milestone because people doubted her ways and wanted her to change.
According to her, being herself is what enabled her to break the glass ceiling in her family.
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