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This man, who couldn't afford clothes, got the best graduation after his friend was asked for help on Twitter

Friendships are one of the most valuable treasures of life. Having good friends can completely change your life and help you get through difficult times. While not everyone is lucky to have strong and lasting friendships, those who have such connections remind us of how important friendships really are.

Recently a woman named Denga turned to Twitter to ask for help from her boyfriend

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Denga from Johannesburg, South Africa has just such a friend. They both recently graduated from the University of Witwatersrand. The recent graduate shares online how much her friend helped during their studies.

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She confessed that she had depression and severe anxiety. If Denga had panic attacks, her girlfriend would try to comfort her by phone. He also helped her to review and focus on her studies.

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After receiving so much support and care during her struggle, Denga looked for an opportunity to restore favor.

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After the clothing situation was sorted, some people donated money, others offered to take photos of the ceremony and even paid for the family dinner

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Before the graduation ceremony, her boyfriend said that he would not go to the party because he could not afford to get a decent outfit. The loyal friend knew she had to do something about it. She decided to buy him a white shirt and kindly asked him on Twitter if someone could lend him a formal blazer.

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The Twitter thread that she created exploded with kind words, support, and genuine attempts to help her friend go to graduation. People started offering him a suit and shoes, some even offered to buy him new clothes.

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Both Denga and her boyfriend were overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers

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Others took part by bidding to take photos of the ceremony and some even volunteered to take his entire family to dinner to celebrate that he was the first in the family to graduate from college.

Both Denga and her boyfriend were overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers. As a result, he received 3 suits and some ties, one stranger even donated money to the young graduate. He ended the evening with his family at the local restaurant.

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