- A successful Nigerian mn, Ubong King, has shared a throwback picture from 20 years ago when he was a security officer
- Ubong said the reason his life improved greatly was because he never stopped working on himself
- The man's Instagram followers agreed with him as they said his life is a source of inspiration to them
A Nigerian life coach and consultant, Ubong King, has shared a throwback photo to show how well he has progressed in the past two decades.
Ubong said he used to be a security officer in Ajegunle 20 years ago. According to him, if anyone had told him his life would be so great as it is now, he would not have believed.
He explained that to get to where he is right now, he had to constantly pursue self-improvement every day.
In encouraging his followers on Instagram, he said anybody’s life could also improve if they work on developing that thing they are good at.
As at the time of writing this report, his throwback photo has got over 3,000 likes. Below are some of the reactions to the post:
"I dnt know which is you in the picture, u are a blessing and an inspiration to your generation."
"Where's that shirt, please? It must be a mantle to behold."
"You are an awesome man to be emulated by all. A great mentor and leader! Well done dear ."
"Waoooooo..... this post have reassured me that my best is yet to come..."
"This is a raw, unfiltered and unadulterated energizer for anybody going through tough times. If this doesn't motivated you, nothing will!!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian father, Felix Obazee, the CEO of Fionet Security Services, said in order to give his child, Uyiogosa, quality parenting, he had to make him work in his company.
While sharing his post on LinkedIn, the man posted photos of his child dressed in the company’s security uniform.
He posed rhetorical questions, asking people if they would choose to teach their children their business or shield them with the flimsy talk that they do not want them to suffer.
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