- An inspirational woman shared her success story about finally becoming a qualified commercial pilot
- The gorgeous lady, Nonhlanhla Radebe, was happy to finally be officially a pilot and celebrated the end of her long journey
- Netizens congratulated the ambitious go-getter on her incredible drive to achieve her professional goals
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Nonhlanhla Radebe shared her inspirational journey to becoming a pilot. The young lady finally made her dreams come true and shared her gratitude on social media.
Netizens were inspired by the young lady's story of hard work and determination. Nonhlanhla Radebe named all the important players in her journey as she expressed gratitude.
Newly qualified commercial pilot celebrates
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"Here’s to new beginnings. See you in the sky again very soon. Thank you to all friends, colleagues and recruiters that have shown amazing support through another turbulent patch."
The young lady is happy to have gone through the ups and downs in her journey toward becoming a pilot. Netizens appreciate a hard-working woman's story, and the new pilot was showered with well wishes and congratulations.
Bulelani Guwa commented:
"Celebrating your success Noni. You are truly incredible "
Sibusiso Victor Masondo commented:
"Congratulations, you've always been a trendsetter! Here is to your own airline soon!"
Bhekisisa Ngomane commented:
"See you soon "
Brilliant Lady Graduates with Engineering Degree from University of Nebraska
YEN.com.gh previously reported that a bubbly lady identified on Twitter as @asyaam has made history as the first Black student to graduate from the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska since 2017.
Asyaam is over the moon because of the achievement as she took to her account to announce and rejoice over the remarkable feat.
''Twitter doesn’t have enough characters to list my credentials pt 2. I am the first black student to graduate from the College of Engineering with a graduate degree at the University of Nebraska since 2017 and 1 degree hotter,'' she wrote.
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