- A young woman has got people talking on social media after celebrating US citizenship
- The woman identified as Yordnos Teffera shared a picture of herself with her citizenship certificate on LinkedIn
- Well-wishers flooded her comment section with congratulatory messages
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A young lady identified as Yordnos Teffera has taken to social media to celebrate getting a United States citizenship.
The lady shared a photo of herself on her LinkedIn page and simply wrote:
"Officially a U.S citizen!"
Charles Sakwa wrote:
"Congratulations. I have been there and I know how it feels. However, becoming a citizen in this great country has nothing to do with, Kamala Harris, Biden, Trump or any political party. Media has misled many people. I came here legally, went through the process and became an American citizen. Always remember, regardless of political party in power, when God approves it, nobody can stop it. To God be the glory."
Avis Harrold commented:
"Congratulations young lady and best wishes going forward!"
Gizaw M Wolde reacted:
"What makes you proud of changing your citizenship?"
Kirk Leigh reacted:
"Congratulations dear. You did it!"
In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Ikeoluwa had taken to social media to celebrate his achievements after becoming a British citizen and getting engaged to the love of his life.
Ikeoluwa with the Twitter handle @__tunde got people on the social media platform talking as congratulatory messages poured in for him.
The young man shared two images on Twitter. In one of the images, he could be seen with his citizenship certificate as he posed close to a framed picture of the Queen.
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