Video Shows Teary Moment Colleagues of Security Man, 37, Followed Him as He Graduated from School

Video Shows Teary Moment Colleagues of Security Man, 37, Followed Him as He Graduated from School

  • A 37-year-old South African security guard graduated, and his colleagues celebrated this accomplishment with him
  • A TikTok video shows his fellow security guards in uniform saluting him outside the graduation venue
  • The video resonated with many viewers who praised the supportive workforce

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Security man's colleagues salute him on graduation day
The security man was celebrated by his colleagues in style. Photo Credit: @Phumuh054
Source: TikTok

A 37-year-old South African security guard achieved his goal of obtaining his degree.

Colleagues salute security guard

His graduation day was made extra special when his colleagues proudly accompanied him and celebrated his academic feat.

A TikTok video shared by @phumuh054 shows a group of security guards dressed neatly in their uniforms demonstrating a salute routine before onlookers outside the graduation venue.

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In other news, a security man was honoured by his boss whom he stopped from entering his factory.

Watch the heartwarming video below:

Mzansi in awe of security guards' support

The video garnered many views and comments from inspired netizens, who applauded the security guards for supporting and celebrating their fellow colleagues.

KamoMashile replied:

"Healthy work environment . Siyabona makwenzeka lokhu (We are grateful when such things happen)."

maciyane said:

"Sithi, all in order, lapho graduate❤️❤️."

skhonzysamantungw commented:

"Wow congrats mfethu. Ngivele ngifikelwe nyembezi ngoba ngiyazama but akulungi lutho (I just feel like crying becasue I keep trying but nothing is coming together)."

jaxtar reacted:

"Ubuntu. We are Africans ."

Thandiwe mazulu commented:

"Ngafikelwa inyembezi (This brought me to tears)."

ungiphilem said:

"Ngyaqala ukbona amasecurity angathakathi (It's my first time seeing security guards who don't do witchcraft)."

tommyg5249 said:

"To crying babies let's gather here . The support they gave him. I'm proud of him hope he motivate his colleagues."

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Former security man graduates from university

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man who worked as a security man had completed his university education in style.

Benjamin sought to inspire people with his story and shared with Legit.ng exclusively how he did it against all odds. Benjamin said he had to quit the security guard job due to a distance challenge.

He remarked about how a Yoruba man played a fatherly role in his life and took over the financing of his studies.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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