- A young woman who was convicted of crime four times recently shared an inspirational post about graduating twice
- According to the motivational post, she was even suspended from school more than once
- The post blew up as many social media users headed to the comment section to share congratulatory messages
Life always hands out second chances and a young woman proved this after she shared an inspirational post about how she was convicted four times and suspended twice from school but still ended up becoming a two-time graduate and student on the Dean's list.
She wrote in the post:
"4x Felon to Deans list Graduate. Suspended 2xs from school to 2 degrees."
Many of her followers and even those who weren't following her loved the post and soon, it received over 180k reactions. Others also headed to the comment section to spread some positivity:
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"You are what people originally were inspired by with orange is the new black. People wanted to see someone like you really exist! Making the world move! Amazing super powers!"
"So proud of her even though I have no idea who she is! This is the definition of growth and hopefully, any person experiencing bad times will realize it's never too late. So inspiring. Tap into your potential and become the best version of yourself. Congratulations!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported about an inspiring story of a man who was called to bar after wrongful twelve years imprisonment.
According to a Facebook user, Charles Mallam-Obi, Edeno was imprisoned for 12 years for a murder he did not commit. This, however, did not stop him from pursuing his dreams as he not only wrote WAEC in prison, he proceeded to study law after he was released.
"His story is a testament to how indomitable the determined human spirit is. He could have been bitter at the society for the injustice he suffered for an offence he didn't commit. He could have been depressed. But he chose to show up and face the challenges of life. Congratulations, my brother. The sky isn't even your starting floor!"