- A healthcare worker could not attend her graduation ceremony because of the coronavirus
- However, her co-workers went the extra mile to make her day special regardless
- They hosted a special graduation ceremony for her at the hospital where she works
The coronavirus has disrupted lives across the world. As a result, very little things hitherto taken for granted are now very much celebrated like the graduation of this nurse.
The woman, whose husband posted a video of her celebrated graduation, may not forget that day in a hurry as her colleagues went the extra mile to make her feel special.
Though it was her normal graduation, but happening at a time COVID-19, also known as coronavirus keeps ravaging the world, it called for a celebration.
Thus, some healthcare-worker colleagues of the woman came together and organised a graduation ceremony for the nurse.
The video of the heartwarming celebration was posted on Facebook by Wayne Philander.
Philander revealed, in the post's caption, that his wife's colleague would have graduated was it not for the lockdown.
He explained how his wife was given a special graduation ceremony by the nurses and how elated she was.
Some social media users loved the touching clip and gave their own words as they celebrated with the family through their comments.
Mthembu Lee Thembelihle commented: "Wow so beautiful."
Prince Thabo Sefike said: "Wow, love lives there, congratulations to the celebrant, big ups to her colleagues and glory be to God."
Faysal Petersen added: "The spirit of humanity and Ubuntu is truly amazing."
Queen Dee Dioma wrote: "This is beautiful indeed. How thoughtful of her colleagues. May God grant them strength to hold on and support each other through and through. Let love lead."
Take a look at the video below:
Legit.ng earlier reported how Anita Osariemen Omonuwa has become one of the people making it big in the academia as she had three first-class distinctions from the University of Reading, the United Kingdom (UK) (LLB), University of Birmingham, UK (LLM), and the Nigerian Law School (BL).
According to her public profile, she graduated top of her class at the Nigerian Law School which got her several prizes such as the 'Council of Legal Education Star Prize', best outstanding academic performance, among others.
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