I said NO to drug: Nigerian man shares transformation picture after living a 'rough life'

I said NO to drug: Nigerian man shares transformation picture after living a 'rough life'

- A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @dandyseun has shared two pictures to show he recovered from drug addiction

- The man's post drew massive comments as people expressed mixed feelings

- Many commented about their current struggles, while others spoke about their recoveries

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A Nigerian man has inspired many on social media as he shared moving pictures of how he bid a goodbye to the life of drugs.

In a Twitter post on Thursday, September 3, the Nigerian man with the handle @dandyseun said "then and now" with a laughing emoji.

The first photo he posted on the platform showed him without a shirt, unhealthily thin, without hair on his head.

In the second photo, he looked neat, wearing a shirt with a low hair cut. His post became an instant sensation as it drew comments from far and wide.

Many praised his journey and courage to quit the hard life, while a few saw it as an opportunity for social media banter, a situation @dandyseun gave apt responses to.

A collage showing the man. Photo source: Twitter/@dandyseun
A collage showing the man. Photo source: Twitter/@dandyseun
Source: Twitter

See his tweet below:

Below are people reactions to his tweet:

A lady said he was sweet and another replied her, claiming that she was "falling" for the transformed guy.

Another Twitter user saw it as an opportunity to practice analysis and he got a very good reply from one of the commenters.

Uduma is curious as to how he managed to quit as he is having problems with alcohol.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a lady identified as Thato Moremong got people on social media community talking after losing weight and transforming her shape.

She took to her LinkedIn page to share her transformation journey, saying when she decided to take care of her health two years ago, a lot of people told her it was impossible.

Moremong said her health was so bad that she was depressed. She said she was told that if she did not do anything drastic about it, her heart would stop.

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She wrote: "I lost my mother at the age of 12 and I didn't want my child to grow up without a mother.

"I knew my transformation was going to cost me money, time and lots of sacrifice. It wasn't easy at all but it's been a journey of self discovery."

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