Daughter of petrol attendant now proud owner of her own filling station

Daughter of petrol attendant now proud owner of her own filling station

- A young woman, Nomuphila Khumalo, took ownership of a BP garage at the age of 27

- What makes her story remarkable is that her dad was a petrol attendant

- The woman now employs over 25 people and is an inspiration to Mzansi

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Blessings Ramoba shared an inspirational story on Twitter of how Nomuphila Khumalo, the daughter of a petrol attendant, is now the proud owner of her own BP garage.

She employed 25 people and was only 27 when she bought the business.

"Meet Nomuphila Khumalo, owner of a BP garage in Durban. Her father was a petrol attendant, now she owns a BP garage with a PnP Express store in Durban hiring 25 people.

"This was 27-year-old Nokuphila Khumalo when she got the business. Big ups to Nokuphila," he said.

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A collage of Nomuphila Khumalo. Photos source: Twitter/Blessings Ramoba
A collage of Nomuphila Khumalo. Photos source: Twitter/Blessings Ramoba
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Nokuphila commented on the post and said that she is now 31 and has hired five more employees since lockdown.

Social media users were amazed at the young woman's accomplishment:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady caused a stir via Twitter after unveiling her magnificent achievement.

She may only be 22 years of age but she's already a proud homeowner and showcased her beautiful abode.

Twitter user Barbie monroe jennifer (@barbie__barbz) shared pics of her new home and included the caption:

"My very own house at 22 years old, forever grateful to God."

In other news, a couple whose wedding got all thwarted in Spain due to coronavirus were given the biggest surprise of their lives as their workplace organized one for them without them having to pay a dime.

Lisa Sellens and Shane White have both been working hard at Woodland House care home to save up £5,000 (N2,409,585.44) for their wedding on Monday, June 22.

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After Lisa told some of her colleagues at work how the pandemic affected her wedding, they planned to give her one without informing her of their decision.

During the wedding ceremony, all the 20 happy guests were masked as people played different roles for the bride and groom.

To initiate the wedding plan, Lisa was taken away to a resident room where her wedding dress was waiting for her.

The wedding plan was quick and sharp as events followed after each other in chronological order. They even had a three-tiered wedding cake for the ceremony.

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