- Njabulo Shezi BabakaPhiwe is a qualified young man who is currently not able to use his diploma
- Instead, Njabulo spends his free time cleaning up the area he lives in
- According to Njabulo, he does this work free of charge; he shared the post to the #ImStaying group and has inspired many
Njabulo Shezi BabakaPhiwe has a diploma in maritime and logistics but unfortunately did not get a position in his desired field. Instead of doing nothing, he keeps himself busy by cleaning the area he lives in.
The young man shared an image of himself doing hard labour on the roadside where he lives to the #ImStaying group recently.
According to Njabulo, he cleans up the area, ensuring it is 'on point', and doesn't expect any sort of reimbursement.
His lovely post received over 4,500 reactions and over 200 comments from Stayers who are commending him for his good deed.
Njabulo captioned his post:
"As #ImStaying and not working with my Diploma in Maritime and Logistics, I keep my area on point. Not expecting any payment."
Many Stayers felt inspired by his encouraging deed and shared so in the comments section.
Brian Smart said:
"Thank you for the example of what we are all capable of doing. I am off out to do a bit of trimming for my community."
Lee Lahner wrote:
"Wow, you are amazing. Thank you so much."
Marlene Jessica David commented:
"Leading by example. You are a blessing in our world, beautiful soul. May your hands be blessed a million-fold."
Monica Walker Van Wyhe added:
"Thank you for leading by example. Taking ownership of your space. So very proud of you because I do the same in my community."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a heartwarming video emerged on social media in which three kids could be seen cleaning up the trash on the route that leads to their local New York City subway station in the Bronx.
According to @TheSun which shared the video on Twitter, the kids assisted their father to clean up the trash after getting tired of seeing it dirty.
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