"I Still Stayed There for 12 Months": Nigerian Techie Flaunts the Small Room He Stayed in despite Having Money

"I Still Stayed There for 12 Months": Nigerian Techie Flaunts the Small Room He Stayed in despite Having Money

  • A Nigerian techie has taken to social media to display the interior of a humble apartment he stayed in for months
  • The young man said that he started coding in the small room and didn't change his abode for 12 months in spite of being financially buoyant
  • According to the techie who previously slept in churches, getting that apartment was his biggest break

A techie has taught netizens some valuable lifestyle lessons as he showed off his low-income apartment.

The young man with the handle @UnkleAyo wrote on Twitter that he started coding from the same apartment.

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He taught netizens some valuable lessons with his showcase. Photo Credit: @UnkleAyo
Source: Twitter

He said changing it wasn't an option for him 12 months after he became financially buoyant.

According to him, a hustling man's biggest enemy is lifestyle inflation. His tweet reads:

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"Out of this apartment, I wrote my first line of code.
"I got my first tech scholarship and landed my first internship.
"When I started stacking my coins, I still stayed there for 12 months extra because a hustling man's biggest enemy is lifestyle inflation."

Responding to comments, the Nigerian revealed that he actually slept in churches before getting the apartment.

While describing the apartment as his biggest break, he shared something funny about it:

"The ceiling fan always needed about 3 minutes to boot before rotating.
"Before e boot finish, light don go.
"Make something dey blow body before e load, na why I carry standing fan."

Gains recorded from staying in the small room for an extra 12 months

Speaking with Legit.ng's Victor Duru, the tweep who identified himself as Salako Ayomide, a community lead at Nestcoin, said that he actually relocated abroad in 2021 where he is rounding off a second degree in medical biotechnology.

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When quizzed on the gains recorded from not changing apartment for those 12 months, Salako revealed that he was able to make his first 7 figure in naira there.

And that's not all. He said:

"Made my 1st 7 figure there (naira obviously).
"- Became google and Microsoft certified in Cloud/DevOps from there. 5 certifications
"- Got impact recognition from the Google Africa Developers circle (Cloud) and was made a mentor
"- Started making plans to leave the country.
"- Raised money to set my mum up an put finishing touches to the house as I wanted to be sure that, eventually if I left the country, everything is okay on the homefront."

What Salako did after spending an extra 12 months in the small apartment

Salako said that he had wanted to remain in the old apartment till he finalised plans to relocate but the October 20, 2020, Lekki Massacre made him rethink. From the apartment, he moved to Ibadan.

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"Moved to Ibadan to restrategize my relocation move.
"To get out of the depression and be re-motivated, I told myself that I deserved to reward myself - even if I'd spend 2 months in Nigeria before leaving, I want to constantly feel good about myself.
"Rented and fully furnished an apartment in Ibadan and bought myself a car.
"It worked. Got out of depression -- months later, I left the country," he disclosed.

See his tweet below:

Social media reactions

@vaughan_steve1 said:

"When you are hustling and you get a major break, do not go for a luxurious lifestyle as it can dwindle your coins faster than a speeding bullet. Investment and stepwise upgrade is advisable lest you go back to the trenches."

@The_sugargirl said:

"Omo! I need to frame this: "a hustling man's biggest enemy is lifestyle inflation".
"@UnkleAyo said:
"You've got wise words. More grace!"

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@FidelisZana said:

"I actually admire everything you have achieved but i have one silly question boss. You brought them girls here when you aren’t writing code?"

@amnotyourdaniel said:

"Instead of you to be asking "how did you get the update?" "How did you manage the small space as a working area?" Is the babe yansh he ground that is your concern, okwa ina huzikwa egbe nsogbu uwa ghi di? n'aju ajuju Thomas."

Nigerian man who used to sleep outside flaunts his new apartment with few properties

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a once-homeless Nigerian man has flaunted his new humble abode.

In the first frame Korkaue shared, a bed placed outside was covered with a mosquito net.

In the new pictures and videos, a bed, standing fan, wardrobe, small fridge, home theatre amongst other items could be seen in the room. Though not fully furnished, his new abode looked better compared to the first frame he had shared.

Source: Legit.ng

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