- A young man, Jon Lyon, is a Medico-Legal Practitioner today but he had to work hard to get where he is
- In the "how it started" vs "how it's going" challenge, Lyon gushed about his journey to success
- In one of the photos, Lyon could be seen in his hustling state, and in the second image he is a qualified medical practitioner
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Not everyone can afford to go to university but some people work hard to make their dreams a reality. One man, Jon Lyon, took to Twitter to share how he hustled to put himself through university.
Lyon took part in a social media challenge where he detailed how his life has changed over a couple of years.
He captioned the post:
"How it started vs how it is going. Hustle for University Application fee 2012 vs 2016 UCT Alumni."
Take a look at the post below:
The post inspired South Africans and they applauded Lyon in the comment section.
Twitter user, @Steph_Atkin, wrote:
"Fantastic! Never give up on yourself and maintain that fighting spirit."
Zanele Rosdavis, who goes by the handle @zanele_Azania, said:
"No but God is amazing. Well done man!"
Another tweep, @Sphe_Luyanda, commented:
"Well played king."
Lerato Blossom, @LeratoBlossom, added:
"You've done so well for yourself!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man named Mutshidzi Ligege who shared with us how he went from selling crisps and sweets in order to pay for his tuition fees at the University of Venda.
Mutshidzi said he had always wanted to get a tertiary education but unfortunately struggled financially.
When he realised that the only way for him to pay for his fees and other scholarly needs would be to make the money himself, this is when he started selling.
"I had to get money for editing my research and binding it and after asking few people, some of which disappointed me, I had to find an alternative and that's where I started the business and I've always being business minded since high school."
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