Luxury hair entrepreneur Chioma Goodhair buys herself a house in Ikoyi

Luxury hair entrepreneur Chioma Goodhair buys herself a house in Ikoyi

When one works hard, they are also expected to play hard. The year 2019 seems to be looking up for a number of Nigerians seeing as some of them have acquired luxury properties so early in the year.

Gone are the days when success was synonymous with old age and many young people have been able to build their brands as successful entrepreneurs.

A Nigerian beauty entrepreneur, Chioma Goodhair, recently took to her Instagram page to share the wonderful news of her new acquisition.

The business woman who is under 30 revealed that she has bought her first house in Ikoyi, a choice location in Lagos state. Chioma explained in her caption that she had to make a lot of sacrifices to be able to afford the property as she also thanked her parents for their contributions.

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She wrote: “I could’ve bought 2 G Wagons and 50 Birkin bags but I just bought my first property in Nigeria, in Ikoyi from some of my savings and a little help from my parents @ujikokwu @chibikokwu

....and let’s not forget I’m not 30 yet.

You too can do it.

Just work hard ,make the right sacrifices & prioritize!

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Congrats to her.

Meanwhile previously reported that Nollywood actress, Linda Osifo, recently acquired a multi-million naira mansion in Lekki as she shared her survival story.

The actress told people to never listen to the naysayers who tell them somethings are impossible. She advised her followers to tell their detractors that their dreams are possible because they have God by their side.

In her post, the 27-year-old actress narrated how she squatted in someone's house. She also revealed how she rented an apartment which she shared with a stranger in 2014.

According to her, by 2015, she was able to rent a three room apartment in Lekki. Osifo thanked God that she is finally a landlord in Lagos.

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