- A Nigerian woman, Adeola Olubamiji, has achieved the thing she thought was not possible at age 35
- Adeola did not only become a director at that age, but she also had three different houses to her name
- Many tweeps said that God's grace and hard work really make a difference in people's lives
A Nigerian woman, Adeola Olubamiji, has looked back at her life and appreciated how she achieved everything she thought she could not get at 35.
At 35, the woman is a tech company director, owns three houses, is one of the 100 sought-after women in Canada among other achievements.
The successful woman said that she needs four big cakes and vacations to celebrate her birthday.
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People congratulated Adeola, saying she has indeed done well for herself at such an age. There were those who wanted to know how she handled everything with ease.
See her post below:
As of the time of writing this report, her tweet has over 5,000 likes with about 1,500 retweets and hundreds of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Hard work sure pays! Testimony like this always reaffirms my commitment to make it legally... all these late night readings go soon pay off too by God’s grace Folded hands, Congratulations Doc, cheers to better years ahead."
"The things I love to see. All of which are unachievable if you had been here in Nigeria. Bragging with well-deserved rights. No Nigerian can climb this high at the age of 35 without connections."
"Happy Birthday Beautiful Adeola. Glory he to God for His exceptional grace upon you."
"Congratulations ma'am and Happy birthday to u.... it's indeed ur hardwork and God's GRACE."
"The kind of motivation I like to read/see/hear. I need this energy. Happy birthday doc."
"Happy birthday Ma'am. May God keep blessing you always, you always motivate me and I can't give up."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Nonso and with the Twitter handle @Serioussist came online to share his family's relocation story.
In a tweet on Wednesday, January 20, the man said he and his wife left Nigeria, a move that he called a "hard reset", suggesting they were at their lowest low when they did.
Nonso added that they left everything behind with the determination to start a new life in Canada.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.