A young man took to social media to ask if someone wanted to come to his graduation because his family could not make it, and Twitter users responses gave us goosebumps.
Social media is a platform that comes with advantages and disadvantages, a particular Twitter user however experienced the good side of the platform, as hundreds of users showed up to offer him support.
The young man, who has been identified by his Twitter handle @Perzarho, invited tweeps to his graduation day.
"Anyone who would like to attend my graduation ceremony on 25th April Tshwane University of Technology TB Hall...My fam is not coming," he wrote.
His post was met with an overwhelming response as social media users offered to be there for him on his special day and others even gave him money and their services.
Senzo Siphesihle Mabena, who goes by the Twitter handle @senzo_XX, commented: "I'm doing photography at TUT Arts campus. I can bring my cam and capture you for free fam."
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It was gathered someone on Twitter gave money to help the new graduate's mother attend his graduation.
The post and responses inspired other social media users, who were left speechless by the kindness of the online community.
The graduate took to social media to share a photo of himself on his big day and he thanked everyone that offered to help him.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a Nigerian man who had taken to social media to narrate how he had reduced the exam score of a student from 70 to 69. According to him, he did this because he does not want the young man giving testimonies of how hard he prayed or how brilliant he was.
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