- A young woman recently headed online to celebrate bagging her engineering degree
- In a heartwarming post, she thanked God and her parents for helping her achieve her qualification
- Many people loved the post and were soon in the comments section sharing congratulatory messages
A young woman, Tina Makombe recently headed to Facebook to share her story with Varsity World. In the post, the graduate proudly celebrates getting her engineering degree. She also takes some out to thank God and her parents for the achievement.
"I am extremely proud to say I have officially graduated from Stellenbosch University with my Bachelor of Engineering in civil engineering! It has been an honour and privilege to gain knowledge and experience in this expertise of engineering in my undergraduate and I am pleased to announce that I am currently pursuing my Masters in Transportation Engineering at Stellenbosch University.
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"First and foremost a lot of thanks goes to my Heavenly Father for blessing me with the talent and knowledge to not only graduate but continue to further my studies. I could not have done this without Him. Big thanks to my parents and especially my friends who were with me all the way throughout the journey and continue to be with this new chapter in life.
"Cheers to 2021 being a year of new beginnings and lots of blessings- Tina Makombe. MEng Candidate (Transportation Engineering) || Civil Engineering Graduate," the post reads.
Proud locals had this to say:
ArchbishopDr Modiri Pat Shole said:
Machipa Letsoalo said:
"Well done lady. Congratulations."
Madubela Yongama said:
"We are proud of you. Congratulations."
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Kelechukwu Onwukamike who currently holds a PhD in organic and polymer chemistry from KIT Germany and the University of Bordeaux, France said he recalled how his secondary school teacher had questioned his resolve to bag an A-grade in chemistry.