Siphenkosi Nqoro, a young man who used to work as a full-time petrol attendant while studying law at the University of Fort Hare has graduated and bagged a degree in Law.
His determination to succeed and his thrives towards success are inspiring to many especially South Africans. His story is a wonderful one as it is one full of hard work, determination, and self-belief.
Aged 29, Siphenkosi Nqoro is now an LLB degree holder and as well still a full-time petrol attendant. He graduated in the class of 2020. He has stated that his journey has been wonderful and was inspired by himself as he had the courage to take the first step towards studying.
He had assured himself that God would help him and he trusted in God. Initially, Nqoro did not know how he would be able to provide for his family but his courage, belief, determination, and trust in God has paid off
He is from King Williams Town, though he works at a Shell garage in Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape. A video of Nqoro telling his story has been shared on social media by @africa_dispatch and has gained over tens of thousands views.
Nqoro has the following advice to those who are struggling to follow their dream path: “If you don’t start today, you can just kiss and say goodbye to your own dreams.”
Many persons have reacted on social media to Nqoro’ story as many have congratulated him and wished him well.
One of the people has placed an appeal to Shell BP saying: “@Shell kindly please place this man in your legal department as an intern or something.”
Nqoro’ story is indeed inspiring as it shows there is no limit to what a person can achieve if he is determined and trusts in God.
In summary, the lesson learned could be coined as “Never be afraid to start small In the clip”
Written by Umar Ibrahim
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