- A Nigerian man, Olayinka Ahmed, has made it big and got himself the kind of car that surpassed his earlier dream
- Very teary after he bought the car, the man said that some years ago, he never saw himself as an owner of a Lexus SUV
- Many tweeps congratulated him as some spoke about how they also succeeded from a very low place
A Nigerian man identified as Olayinka has given himself a new year package as he bought a new car, a type that was more than his earlier expectation.
In a post on Tuesday, January 5, the man said that he had tears in his eyes after he bought a Lexus SUV from the dealership.
Olayinka said five years ago, all he ever dreamt of was to own a Toyota Big Daddy. To show that he never expected his life to change that fast, the man wondered if it was him God did that for.
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The man shared a photo of the new white vehicle with great excitement. He happily tweeted:
"I was teary when driving my car home from the dealership today. Here is a guy who just 5 years ago couldn’t dream pass a Toyota Big Daddy. ME? Alhamdulilah."
See his post below:
His post gathered massive engagements on Twitter with over 8,000 likes and hundreds of comments congratulating him.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Where are we turning up Daddy Oba? Buy pasta to celebrate this big thing nau."
"Beautiful! Pls enjoy your suv without that front guard oh."
"If na me, I go reach house finish enter my room, lock door and start rolling on the floor."
"Congratulations God will take you higher than your imaginations the best is yet to come. Give praise."
"Congrats man. Bought my 1st car last year. And when heading home with it I shed a few tears. Few years ago someone looked me in the dead and asked if I can take care of someone earning 50k."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian engineer with the Twitter handle @wanjohn1 set social media abuzz after he shared the 'before' and 'after' photos of the car he worked on.
In a post on Tuesday, December 29, the man said he towed a Toyota Highlander from Lagos in November down to the Osun state capital, Osogbo.
He said that after the car arrived in Osogbo, he got to work without much ado, righting the damaged body of the automobile.
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