- Dr Coceka Mfundisi's cleaning lady Ausi Pinkzozo stole the show when a patient sent the doc a bouquet of flowers
- Ausi insisted that Dr Mfundisi take a picture of her posing with the stunning flower arrangement
- Dr Mfundisi decided to share the images to Twitter where tweeps lived for Ausi and her amazing attitude
Dr Coceka Mfundisi received a bouquet of flowers from one of her patients. She shared a picture of herself posing with the beautiful flower arrangement. Here's where things change a little bit, Dr Mfundisi's cleaning lady stole the show.
Ausi Pinkzozo posed with the bouquet as well and SAns couldn't get enough of her. Clad in her uniform with a mask, Ausi crept her way into the hearts of many South Africans.
Dr Mfundisi said that Ausi insisted she take a picture of her with the flowers and boy did it play out well for her.
Take a look at Dr Mfundisi's post below:
Below are just a few of the responses Dr Mfundisi received:
"Ausi Pinkzozo is me."
"I’m here for Ausi Pinkzozo. Her vibe is the one."
"Yes Aus Pinkzozo, she's a queen!"
"Awusemhle. Also, why do I think you are posing with Aus' Pinkzozo's flowers and not the other way around?"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported how Alfa Saadu, Nigeria's top doctor, died taking care of patients in UK.
Saadu, who had retired after taking top medical offices in the United Kingdom, had returned to care for those infected with the virus.
Legit.ng understands that he had joined the UK medical personnel as a volunteer when the virus broke out in the country. He later got infected.
In his tribute, Bukola Saraki, a former Senate president, said:
"My condolences go to the family of late Dr. Alfa Sa'adu, the people of Pategi and Kwara State on the death of the foremost medical practitioner who passed away in London this morning.
"Late Dr Sa'adu provided leadership for our people in the diaspora as he served for many years as Chiarman, Kwara State Association of Nigeria (Kwasang UK).
"Back at home, he was a community leader and traditional office holder as Galadima of Pategi. He will be sorely missed."