- Twitter user @arait_Tiara has got a brand new car after she graduated from university
- The ecstatic young graduate shared frames of her new whip to celebrate her recent accomplishment
- @arait_Tiara's post has delighted some of her well-wishers
A lady with Twitter name @arait_Tiara has received a brand new car for a milestone. The hardworking lady recently graduated from the university.
After years of studies, her hard work finally paid off.
For her recent accomplishment, the young Black lady proudly announced that she got a new car.
@arait_Tiara shared spectacular images after she graduated from university to celebrate her academic achievement.
In the frames that have gathered congratulatory commentaries beneath her post, @arait_Tiara was donned in her graduation regalia.
The young graduate posed for the camera to capture her happy moment in the stunning photos.
Despite the coronavirus which has stopped graduation moment from being celebrated with friends and family, she didn’t allow the prevailing circumstances to rob her of her joy.
@arait_Tiara glowed for the camera in adorable images and proudly flooded her Twitter feed with the gorgeous images.
Her graduation frames have thrilled some of her followers.
In other news, a former member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Glory Oguegbu, has been honoured by the United States for lifting women out of poverty.
The United States embassy took to its official Facebook page to celebrate Glory, saying the young lady has continued to be a shining example since she embarked on the Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2016.
The embassy said noted Glory's contribution in reducing unemployment and creating a sustainable society.
Glory volunteered with the NYSC to empower women in Kwara state so as to lift them out of poverty.
She said: “It occurred to me that, if only we could process cassava, we could make money for these women. It could lead to real economic growth.”
The young lady built a cassava factory with the help of community leaders and created jobs for women.
She said: “I wanted more women to be employed. I wanted them to be able to take care of their children.”
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