- A 20-year-old lady, @Nathelocgod, has triumphed greatly in life despite starting from a humble place as a hairdresser
- After starting her own company of hair products, luck smiled on her and she quickly recorded quick sales
- @Nathelocgod said she worked for years as a stylist before she made enough money from her business to set up her salons
A lady with the Twitter handle @Nathelocgod has shown that there are people still reaping the benefits of hard work in a big way.
In a Twitter post on Tuesday, November 17, the lady took to the social media platform to inform everyone that despite the fact that she became a hairdresser at the age of 17, she turned out to be a millionaire at 20.
One of the two photos she attached to the post showed her in a salon working on a client's hair. In the second frame, she posed in her warehouse of hair products.
In response to people asking how possible her feat is, she added subsequent tweets that explained it all. @Nathelocgod said she began practising the craft by braiding her hair and her mum’s at home.
Later on, she worked in a hairdressing shop for three years. When she became 19, she launched her product line.
With good fate on her side, her company picked off well and she had to leave her daily job as a hairdresser to become a CEO.
Richer than ever, she was able to set up her own salon and employ a stylist in January 2020. It should be noted that the hardworking young lady has a 6,400sq foot warehouse, two salon suites, and 13 people working in her establishments.
See her tweets below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the story of Paul Orajiaka came as another perfect example that Nigerian youths have great entrepreneurial spirits that could turn the least sought-after thing into an empire.
Paul became a millionaire by selling toys, a business that was once his side hustle while he was working for somebody else.
He never had it easy as Paul had to start from a very humble place. He began his toy selling business at the young age of 18.
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