- The mother and daughter will graduate from Grambling State University in the United States of America this year
- 48-year-old Suzzon Jiles will be earning a degree in early childhood education, while her daughter will graduate with a Biology degree
- The Louisiana natives who also share the same birthday will walk the same stage when they graduate on May 12
A mother and her daughter from Louisiana who share the same birthday are set to walk the same stage during their graduation from Grambling State University.
Suzzon Jiles and her daughter, who share more than one thing in common will be graduating from the establishment in the United States of America on Thursday, May 12.
The 48-year-old mother of two and her daughter Trinity Humphrey are proud of the milestone, MyArklamiss reports.
When Suzzon graduated high school
Suzzon graduated from high school at 29-years-old and she never expected to go back to school.
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For her, educating her children came first before she could think of continuing her education.
Despite all the challenges, Suzzon returned and pursued a degree in early childhood education at Grambling State University.
Her 21-year-old daughter Trinity Humphrey, is also graduating in Biology with dreams of becoming a dentist one day.
Nigeria mother and her last born son graudates from school same day
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a mum and her last born son graduated from the Federal University, Wukari and signed out the same day.
The woman and her son were seen in a viral video with their inked white shirts as they celebrate their rare feat. The video of the story trened on social media for so many days and it was viewed thousands of times.
According to the inspirational story, the son was the firs to finishe his final year examination but waited for his mother who finished two days later so that they can sign out together.
The story of the two grauands later went viral after it was reported. Many people showered encomiums on the woman for determiantion to go school despite her agee.