- A Twitter user recently took to the platform to announce he has become a homeowner
- Identified as Chris Atoki, he recounted how he was homeless 4 years prior, and was sleeping in his car
- Atoki shared a photo of himself posing outside his new home, inspiring others
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With determination and hard work, accomplishing one's goals is indeed possible. This is reflected in the story of a US-based man who recently became a homeowner.
Identified as Chris Atoki, he recently left many people inspired and hopeful about reaching their goals, after he took to Twitter to share a brief but powerful story of his life journey.
Atoki who recently became a homeowner shared a photo of himself posing outside his new home. He went on to recount how 4 years prior to his big move, he was homeless and sleeping in his car.
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He wrote: "4 years ago I was homeless sleeping in my car, showering at the gym, wondering where my next meal would come from. Today I’m officially a homeowner!"
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A curious tweep asked about what changed things for him and Chris had this to say: "I’d say my mindset. I had everything taken away from me almost at once. It hurt but it was also a learning experience which pushed me to make smaller more attainable goals and focus more on the future instead of crying over the past."
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His tweet which has over 150,000 likes, left many people inspired by his story and a few others used the opportunity to share theirs.
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Indeed, slow and steady wins the race sometimes, and this is reflected in the beautiful but short story of a Nigerian dad who recently completed his house.
His son identified as George on Twitter, wowed many internet users when he took to the platform to share photos of his father’s new house.
According to his tweet, it took his father 10 whole years to complete the house which he started building in 2010. George in his tweet expressed how proud he was of his dad.
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