- A Nigerian lady has opened up her studio in Lekki after years of trying to set up her dream
- The female painter said that she did it all alone without any help from investors
- Many Nigerian praised her determination, adding that she is indeed an inspiration
A Nigerian female painter with the Twitter handle @ceracerni has finally succeeded in life. The lady said it took her three years of hard work.
Sharing photos of an art studio she just opened in Lekki, the lady said that she could not get into BIg Brother House for three years.
Before she got to her present level, she said that she had to bear getting no from investors. The lady said that she built her business up herself without anybody contributing to her dream.
The lady added that one of the issues she faced during her journey was an investor asking her how will he know that she will not use invested money to get bone straight hair.
The fine artist went ahead that she even had to tell a girl waiting on her studio to move on because she never thought it would come soon.
According to her, she could not change her car when she should because her priority was setting up her dream.
Read her thread below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has over 20,000 likes with over 6,000 retweets.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations! This is not the regular "perspire to aspire to acquire your desire" I feel the emotions of a dream come true against all odds. My new line "when my dreams let me sleep" Ok hand. Congratulations Confetti ball again, and may you flourish and blossom bigger than this."
"Congratulations, this is a huge motivation to those of us that have dreams and a plan to build something big. I pray and hope to share this testimony soon. Amen."
"Man! This is really encouraging... I tap into this selflessness. Congratulations."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @izuchi_ejiogu took the bird app to share his inspiring success story.
In a post on Thursday, January 21, the man said that he went from a person who does the menial job of offloading containers as a way to make ends meet to a person who now has a shop.
The man said that his fabric business started in 2021, meaning his transformation happened in a year.
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