‘Physically challenged’ lady ecstatic as she graduates, dances in viral video

It was all joy for a Nigerian lady, Chiwetalu Charity, as she fulfilled the requirements demanded to acquire a university degree.

A visibly excited Chiwetalu shared a video of her final moments as a student via TikTok on Friday.

In the video, she donned a white T-shirt and a blue pair of jeans while holding a calculator, a note, a paper which looks like her final exam question paper and a departmental uniform which she obviously pulled off.

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Chiwetalu screamed while showing off her dance steps as a colleague performed the ritual of inscribing on a plain white T-shirt.

Inscribed on the shirt is “Thanks to Chima Obieze, Am (I’m) a graduate”. Indicating her gratitude to the said person for the role played in making her a graduate.

'Physically challenged' lady ecstatic as she graduates, dances in viral videoCHIWETALU CHARITY ON ONE OF HER TIKTOK VIDEOS

In her post, she wrote;

“I am officially a degree holder”

Congratulatory messages have continued to pour in for her in the comment section.

@Amanda Angel wrote:
“wowwwww congratulations to you my love”

@veeforvera said:
so happy for you and how you never gave up
Nothing is Impossible ❤️💯❤️”

lizzy_obi wrote:
Congratulations dear 🙏🥰

@Redcap Chief commented:
“some will say congrats and still laugh low key 😂😂😂… congratulations dear”


I am officially a degree holder #viral #fyp #tiktok #foryoupage #luvlyangel8

♬ original sound – chiwetalu Charity

12-year-old builds solar water purifier

In other news, a young African girl is in the news for bringing great innovation, such as a solar water purifier, to improve the welfare of her community.

The young girl, identified as Mwangala Maunga, hails from Lusaka, Zambia and currently attends Roma Girls Secondary School; she’s also a child rights advocate.

When she was only 12 years old, she invented a solar water purifier to provide clean water for dwellers in both rural and urban areas.

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The prevalence of waterborne diseases in her country inspired the young girl to find a lasting solution which led her to put materials together to build her water purifier.

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