- A beautiful young South African woman recently shared a heartfelt post online after she was admitted as an attorney of the high court
- The lady's heartwarming post features pictures of herself and her mom who is undoubtedly proud of her smart daughter
- Many people loved the post and also took to the comment section to congratulate her on her stellar achievement
Another young black South African woman will be gracing a local high court with her presence as an attorney - and we are here for it. The young lady recently headed online to celebrate finally being admitted.
The heartwarming post which was made by @thembi_kola features some beautiful pictures to celebrate the exceptionally special occasion. In one of the photos, she poses proudly by herself while the other one features her mom who is undoubtedly proud of her hardworking, ambitious, and determined young daughter.
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She captioned the post very proudly on Twitter:
"Hey mom, we won."
Her followers obviously loved the dose of good news and were soon in the comment section congratulating the beautiful young lady. Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
"Congratulations sis, we draw a lot of inspiration from you."
"Uwinile? Amanga leya case ayikangeni (Did you win? The lie has not yet been filed)"
"Congratulations all the best."
"I see those."
"Happy for you."
"Congratulations are in order."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young woman, Rebekah Coleman, took to her LinkedIn page to show the adorable moment she shared with her father in the courtroom.
Posting a picture of both of them in their lawyer garbs, the daughter said her father swore her in as the judge of 32A District Court in America.
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That makes it two judges in a family serving justice to better humanity. Before her appointment as a judge, the young lady according to her profile worked at Law Office of Rebekah R Coleman PLLC.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.