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University Graduate Sad As Parents Didn’t Show Up At His Graduation Ceremony

Kwabena Sowee 4 weeks ago 0

A heart-wrenching video depicts a university graduate looking dejected because his parents aren’t there at his graduation ceremony.

The recent graduate known as Vita disclosed in the commentary of the video that his parents haven’t seen him in school since he was in his 100s.

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Unfortunately, on his last day in university, while he was signing out, the parents failed to appear.

He was content, nevertheless, that he had classmates who supported him.

Since first year till end. No parents at graduation. No worries because I have my friends,” he captioned.

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Read some comments from netizens below:

@Mimie said: “I am graduating on the 30th. I will be looking at the Safari gate , hoping mom and dad will come attend. Just on that date, then they will go back to their rest as usual. Being an orphan is hard.”

@Enhle Makhanya remarked: “All of my three graduations, I have been standing solo.”

@faithnmabuza2 said: “Congratulations, dear well done next time, tell the date and time will definitely come through.”

Watch the video below:

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