Nobody knows tomorrow - Ghanaian young man recounts days he used to live in kiosk

Nobody knows tomorrow - Ghanaian young man recounts days he used to live in kiosk

- A social media user identified as Patrick Mensah Nartey has recounted his awe-inspiring grass to grace story

- The young man took to social media to share a humbling photo showing the derelict wooden structure he used to live in

- Nartey, however, noted that his living conditions have changed for the better

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A young man named Patrick Mensah Nartey has left many overcome with emotions after he took to social media to reflect on his humble beginnings in life.

The young man proudly gushed about where he used to live while growing up as a child.

In a post that has erupted with emotions and commentaries on social media, Nartey revealed that he paid a visit to his "childhood community" at Bubiashie in the Okai Koi South Constituency.

A collage showing the man and the kiosk. Photo source: Facebook/Patrick Mensah Nartey

A collage showing the man and the kiosk. Photo source: Facebook/Patrick Mensah Nartey
Source: UGC

Nartey also shared a photo of himself with the dilapidated wooden structure that housed him in the background.

At the time, Nartey’s family was obviously struggling to make ends meet and their living conditions were deplorable.

He revealed that their situation was made worse when they were evicted from the ramshackle wooden structure.

In spite of the economically disadvantaged circumstances he experienced while growing up, the young man was nostalgic about his humbling start in life.

Reminiscing about his past, Nartey indicated that things have changed while beaming for the camera with his formal fashion sense.

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He captioned his post:

"Today I went to my childhood community, Bubiashie in Okai Koi South, where I grew up to have my voters registration done.

"The picture of the old structure behind me was where I used to live when we got evicted. couldn’t stop reflecting on the old memories On how I started life and where I am now.

Indeed NOBODY knows TOMORROW."

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the name Vicent Adeoba shared his story to show that no matter how rough one’s road is, you can still make it if there is strong determination.

Vincent said that he lost his dad at a very young age and his mom passed away when he was four. Two years after that at age six, he started hawking bread to survive.

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