Graduate Pays Tribute to Selfless Mom Who Hawked to Provide Son with Education: “This Is Heartfelt!

Graduate Pays Tribute to Selfless Mom Who Hawked to Provide Son with Education: “This Is Heartfelt!

A young man recently graduated and celebrated his accomplishment by sending a big thank you to his mother

He shared a post on social media saying that his higher education was made possible by the sacrifices made by her

People are showing huge respect for the loving mom and the post is trending on Twitter

A recent graduate shared a post online that has many feeling warm inside and liking the hard work made by one caring and determined mother.

In his post, the Twitter who who goes by the handle, @ntshuxie9 shared pics of himself wearing his graduation clothes, standing close to his mother. In another pic, we see his mom wearing his graduation outfit and hat holding leafy vegetable.

@ntshuxie9 captioned the post:

“It wouldn’t be possible without you.”

According to the photographs and caption, the man is expressing gratitude toward his mother for making his studies possible by peddling and selling vegetables. Because of her persistent effort doing a low-paying job, her son was able to attend university and follow his dreams.

In under two days, the post has received huge attention with near 10 000 likes and more than 600 retweets. Saffas from around the nation have only recognition for the mother who put her child’s future above all the other things.

Take a look at some of the heart-melting comments:

@NtsakisiMaswang: “Some men will eat the last plate of food without even checking if the children have eaten. But a mother will always ask if the children have eaten first before she eats.”

@mazi_phumi “Oh man, this is heartfelt! Who are we without our mothers? Thanks for dressing her up in that robe.”

@Imogen29411141: “This guy as he was studying he knew the conditions he left back @home. We as a nation pray that mindset which is in you can rub of to our children’s children (doors of prosperity will always open for you when you remember your roots my son) well done Chauke.”