- Tabitha Ladaryl, a beautiful young lady has revealed how her grandfather got a dream car for her on her graduation day
- Surprisingly, Tabitha's grandfather passed away in August 2019
- Apparently, the loving grandfather bought the dream car for the young lady and asked that it gets delivered to her on the day of her graduation
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A young lady identified on Twitter as Tabitha Ladaryl has narrated how her grandfather surprised her with her dream car on the day of her graduation.
In a post sighted by Legit.ng on the personal Twitter handle of the beautiful young lady, she indicated that the car was given to her by her parents who mentioned that it was actually from her late grandfather.
"Before he passed last August, he paid for the car he knew I always wanted in full and made sure I got it for graduation," Tabitha narrated.
See post below:
The excited young woman used the opportunity to express her profound gratitude to her grandfather who she believed was in heaven, adding that she missed him so much.
Tabitha has just graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Experimental Psychology with a minor in Women and Gender Studies (WGST).
See more stunning photos from Tabitha Ladaryl's graduation in the post below:
In other news, the United States has announced plans to sponsor Nigerians that can come up with a programme aimed at improving the lives of youths in the south-south geopolitical zone.
The disclosure was made by the US embassy in Nigeria, which said interested individuals should submit a proposal detailing how they would organise the programme.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a lady simply identified as Bianca took 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. According to her, she would not have got this far without her friends and family.
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