Man Who Works as Petrol Attendant in Filling Station While in Law School Makes It, Becomes a Lawyer

Man Who Works as Petrol Attendant in Filling Station While in Law School Makes It, Becomes a Lawyer

  • A young man by the name of Siphenkosi Nqoro worked as a full-time petrol attendant while studying law at the University of Fort Hare
  • Nqoro's determination to make a brighter future for himself is inspiring tons of South Africans online
  • The 29-year-old believes that his story is a wonderful one as he was able to push himself to take the first step to start studying

Siphenkosi Nqoro's story of hard work, determination and self-belief is motivating the masses. The 29-year-old is an LLB degree holder and a full-time petrol attendant. Nqoro graduated in the class of 2020 and says his journey has been wonderful.

He trusted in God

Originally from King Williams Town, he works at a Shell garage in Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape. Nqoro says his journey was inspired by himself as he had the courage to take the first step towards studying.

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He told himself that God would help him. Initially, Nqoro did not know how he would be able to provide for his family. A video of Nqoro telling his story was shared on social media by @africa_dispatch and has gained over 80,000 views.

Siphenkosi Nqoro, petrol attendant, LLB degree, Mzansi proud
Siphenkosi Nqoro not only worked full-time as a petrol attendant but also studied and managed to bag his LLB degree. Image: Siphenkosi Nqoro
Source: UGC

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Never be afraid to start small

In the clip, Nqoro shares the following advice to those out there who are struggling to follow their dream path:

"If you don't start today, you can just kiss and say goodbye to your own dreams."

Legit.ng took a look at the replies section to see what Saffas are saying about the inspirational man.

@Lulu26Belle said:

"Cashiers, security guards, waitresses, petrol attendants in this country usually have university degrees but due to the high unemployment settle for any work they can get."

@NicoFourie4 believes:

"The world is your oyster, sir... Now we just need to get this country on the road again and you will shine!!"

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@mnisi_bee requested:

"@Shell kindly please place this man in your legal department as an intern or something."

@ntu2ko_nzimande wrote:

"Congratulations and all the best bro. Well done."

@Thabang_ANC tweeted:

"An inspirational story indeed... Congratulations are in order and well done!!!"

@MaraEnslin added:

"Wow, well done. Wishing you loads of success Siphenkosi."

Man drove Tesla to filling station

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man and his friend caused a big scene in Lagos state and it was an interesting drama to behold.

In a video that has since become sensational content online, he drove a Tesla to a petrol station. Before the car was driven into the station, the man already anticipated how funny the reactions of the people around would be.

At the pump, the attendant kept asking the man to re-park so that his tank opening would face the dispenser.

Source: Legit.ng

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