- A man, who was only identified as @JohnGhatti_CEO, shared photos of his latest property online
- The young entrepreneur revealed he is developing the site for rental purposes
- South Africans were inspired by his post and applauded @JohnGhatti_CEO on owning the property
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This is the content we want to see! Young South Africans are making a success of themselves and buying property to celebrate it. One man, who was only identified by his Twitter handle @JohnGhatti_CEO, showed off his latest project.
The entrepreneur bought land and is currently building residential properties for rental purposes. On Tuesday, he took to Twitter to post snaps of the progress being made on his property.
@JohnGhatti_CEO captioned the post:
"My project coming together. Rental property on the way."
Take a look at the post below:
Social media users were inspired by his post and they congratulated @JohnGhatti_CEO on the project.
Shalom Phiri, who goes by the Twitter handle @ShalomPhiri4, commented:
"All the best with the project, I'll be joining you in that other project soon enough."
Thato Moeng, @thato_tmg, added:
"This is so amazing. Congratulations man."
@JohnGhatti_CEO is clearly making it. He often posts snaps of his luxury whips online and he even shared a video of himself counting the "thousands" of rands he makes every day.
The clip was shared in April and captioned:
"Money machine to count the thousands I make every day."
In another post, he shared a photo of himself in a yellow sportscar and captioned it:
"I open the roof when I ride so that I can remind myself there are no limits to this life thing. Enjoy your Saturday."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a Twitter user @Boii_MsPixels who managed to make her dream of owning a house a reality.
Earlier this month, the Botswana beauty took to Twitter to share photos of the crib she built for herself.
She captioned the post:
"And I swear it's the most beautiful experience ever (a headache too) but it restores so much in one's attitude towards life. I am so glad this project came in at the worst time in my life because it gave me a boost. I long wanted to build a house before 30 and here it is."
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