- A woman, Nya Syndab, shared her mother's inspirational success story on social media
- Syndab revealed her mom graduated and became a doctor at the age of 50
- The mother's story inspired thousands of internet users and the post quickly went viral
A stunning young woman gushed about her role model online. Nya Syndab shared the inspiring story of her gorgeous mother.
Syndab revealed her mom finally realised her dream of becoming a doctorate graduate at the age of 50.
Taking to Twitter, the young lady shared stunning snaps of her mom and she captioned the post:
"My mom became a doctor at 50! Dreams always come true. Congratulations, beautiful!"
She shared more photos of herself and her mom and captioned it:
"She's truly amazing."
In a comment, Syndab revealed her mother is a single parent of two who quit her job to pursue her doctorate degree.
Despite it taking her six and a half years to complete her degree, the beautiful mom succeeded.
The posts went viral, gathering over 279,000 reactions and social media users were inspired. Some of the tweeps could not believe her flawless mom is 50 years old.
Twitter user, @7Han8, commented:
"You guys both of you so gorgeous and very beautiful indeed."
Social media user, @Funkemyfun, added:
"Congratulations to your pretty mum. Best wishes to her. Btw... She doesn't look 50."
Another tweep, @BookofJonah, wrote:
"I’m 40 now and this gives me hope. I wanna get my masters or apply to law school but I feel I’m too old."
Twitter user, @YaBoyWize, said:
"There should be a study on how black women age, it’s God's work."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, the 57-year-old woman who wrote the Basic Education Certificate Examination and graduated, said she wants to become a professional nurse in the future.
Madam Yamoah, who completed the Agona Odoben Presbyterian Basic School is confident of coming out with flying colours in the examination and hopes to enroll in a boarding school.
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