- A young woman has opened up about the blessings in her life
- Taking to Twitter, @SaziMba, shared snaps of three of her biggest achievements
- Since 2016, she graduated, bought a house and a car for herself
A beautiful young lady identified by her Twitter handle @SaziMba is a living proof that hard work pays off.
The successful young lady took to her social media account to gush about everything she had achieved since 2016.
In 2016, @SaziMba graduated with a degree. She has since bought a car and her very own home.
Over the weekend, she shared photos showcasing her success and captioned the post:
"To God be the glory, great things He hath done. Shall I never forget, even in my darkest hour."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans congratulated @SaziMba on her success. Some even wanted to know what her success secret was.
Thabo Everest, who goes by the Twitter handle @everest_thabo, commented:
"I admire women who does this... True leadership."
Social media user, @brendavilane, wrote:
"What a testimony your achievements says it all, share your secret please."
Another tweep, @QhamaniMbali, added:
"Love to see young black women succeed."
The stunning lady revealed that her mother and father are to thank for her success in life.
"In every single step , my parents have been the key to it all. I owe them my whole life."
In other news, a lady simply identified as Bianca has taken to Twitter to share how she got a vehicle gift from her parents after graduating top of her class.
According to her, she made a deal with her parents that if she graduated top five of her class, she could get the vehicle of her choice.
She said she graduated valedictorian and got a vehicle gift from her parents, adding that she is grateful to them.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady, Dr Stella Tadese, celebrated her academic achievement after finishing her Masters of Business Administration degree with a 4.29/5.0 GPA.
The lady, who is an epitome of beauty and brains, took to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her academic achievement and thanked everyone who contributed to her success.