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How a Blind Former Pirates Player Obtained his PhD

Former Orlando Pirates player has just became an inspiration to many people who might have lost hope in their lives after he showed the world that no condition can stop you in achieving your dreams. The Orlando Pirates football club legend is now living with a disability, on which he is now blind, but that has not stopped him to obtain his PhD qualification without allowing his state of disability to distract him in his journey, this is impressive and should be celebrated without a doubt. In case you are wondering who this Pirates club legend we are referring to right here, it's a former player by the name of Bernard 'Shoes' Lushozi who is now 57 years old.

The former Pirates footballer has proven so many people wrong about disability, he gave a free lesson to naysayers and sceptics that living with a disability is not something that should make you give up in your dreams, this is a lesson that you can still make it as long as you keep on moving forward and never give up in yourself and in your dreams. Lushozi was a student of the University of Pretoria, and this is where he obtained his doctorate degree PhD in Learning Support Guidance and Counseling under Educational Psychology.

The 57 year old, Orlando Pirates legend has also served as school principal, this is a task which he did until the year 2018 and that was when he started to have problems with his eyes. Lushozi has always been passionate about education, and even with blindness he kept on pushing himself to further his studied and it only took him 5 years to obtain his PhD qualification. The lesson that we can all learn from Bernard 'Shoes' Lushozi is that nothing should stop you or limit you in reaching your dreams, and if you are aiming for something you must make sure that you execute it accurately so.

Source: Daily sun

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