Musa Mseleku’s child passes matric. Image via Instagram @musamseleku.

‘Three distinctions’: Musa Mseleku’s daughter passes matric

Reality star and polygamist Musa Mseleku is a proud father after his daughter Abongwe Mseleku matriculated with flying colours.


Musa Mseleku’s child passes matric. Image via Instagram @musamseleku.

Reality TV star and polygamist Musa Mseleku, is in a celebratory mood after his daughter Abongwe Mseleku, matriculated with flying colors.

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The Independent Examination Board (IEB) results were released on Thursday 19 January followed by the National Senior Certificate (NSC) results on Friday 20 January. The matric class of 2022 achieved an overall pass rate of 80.1%, the second highest since 2019.

Musa Mseleku couldn’t hide his delight when he took to his Instagram account to pen a heartfelt message to daughter Abongwe, after receiving the exciting news that she had passed all her subjects in her final matric exams. He revealed that Abongwe passed matric with flying colors and obtained three distinctions. The reality TV star is proud of the effort and hard work that his daughter put into achieving impressive results.

“Congratulations Abongwe Lizwilikamama Mseleku for getting 3 distinctions. You have made your mother proud, the whole family is so proud. I am humbled by your commitment,” he wrote.

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Musa shares an adorable bond with his daughter and he often spends quality time with her. The polygamist told TshisaLIVE that Abongwe is very responsible and had some inspirational words to share with her. Expressing his gratitude he said:

“She is very responsible. I’m happy that she has asked me to let her be independent. I am respecting her wishes. She told she will independently look for accommodation, make sure her registration is sorted, and so forth,”

He added, “I told her the world out there is big, warning her about certain things she should not do or people she should not associate herself with because of bad behavior or succumb to peer pressure. She understands that she carries a big surname and that it still does not limit her from exploring as a young girl. I expect her to continue to respect people and keep the values passed down to her from her grandmother.”

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