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“I Cried A Little” – Says Lady As She Bags Her First Degree In Medicine And Surgery

A young lady identified as Lehasa Nelisiwe Phelokazi Rethabile has celebrated on social media as she bagged her first degree in medicine and surgery from the University of the Free State, (UFS), South Africa.

The overjoyed woman describes the degree awarded to her as a ‘piece of paper’ which caused lots of hardships for her.

The lady who was happy to hold her certificate for the first time said she cried because she has been paying her school debt for a year now.

“Held my “piece of paper” for the first time today cos I owed tuition fees and I’ve been paying the account off for a year, I cried a little,” her tweet reads.

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Many people congratulated the young lady. Below are some of the comments we picked from her Twitter post:

@Kingmeya: “Dreams delayed are not dreams denied. In life you need to overcome some obstacles in order to reach your potential. Congratulations.”

@Kubu: ” Yho this makes me so happy. I’m also busy trying to settle my debt with UFS so that i can get my paper, I am left with R3000 and it will probably take the whole year to pay. I am so happy for you, now go fly my sister 🕊”

@MrSerene: “Congrats n I’m Inspired sis  @NelisiweLehasa like I have done nursing so I wanted to breach to Medicine once I gained more knowledge in work environment 😩😩😩✅💯 I’m so happy for u”

@KeletsoM: “Yoh, I’m so happy for you. I’m looking forward to doing the same, been 2 years and I’m still trying to pay off mine🥺 job hunting with academic record only is twice as difficult.”

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