Everybody was happy and sharing Matric results and young man shared her sister results call Azola Ncedo, she passed Matric with 7 distinctions, but unfortunately she died before she can see her results, it is very sad for her family because they wish their child wasn't dying to see her achievement and celebrate with her as she worked hard.
She had 6 distinctions with the following subjects: business management, economics,life orientation, English, tourism, mathematical literacy, it is a big loss to her family and her school, she was attending school at Bona comprehensive School, it is very unfortunate because they just lot two top learner at their school which is Azola Ncedo and another one called Aphelele Sichwayi.
It was clear that Azola had a promising future ahead of her, but God’s will cannot be reversed. Her family must be going through a lot now. We can only hope she’s smiling and applauding her accomplishments from above. Many people were so upset after seeing this that some even went so far as to suggest that God’s will, can be painful at times. Messages of congratulations and condolences are pouring in for Azola. Take a look at some social media responses below.#RIP
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