Nigerian Man Shares Beautiful Photo as He Celebrates Buying a House in Canada 2 Years after Relocating

Nigerian Man Shares Beautiful Photo as He Celebrates Buying a House in Canada 2 Years after Relocating

  • A Nigerian man has taken to social media to celebrate a huge win in his family since they relocated abroad
  • The immigration consultant announced the purchase of a new house in Canada just 2 years after leaving Nigeria
  • Social media users have shared their thoughts on the joy of being a house owner as they celebrated the family

Congratulations are in order for a Nigerian family as they became the latest landlords in a foreign land.

Dr. Akinkunmi Akingbade shared the exciting news on his LinkedIn page as he announced the acquisition of his family's first house since they left Nigeria.

Nigeria man who moved to Canada with his family celebrating buying their first house in jut 2 years
The man said it is their first house Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Dr. Akinkunmi Akingbade
Source: UGC

He stated that the new house acquisition comes just 2 years of their sojourn in Canada.

The overjoyed man, while sharing a picture of the house, appreciated God for making it possible.

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He wrote:

"It’s 2 years now in Canada, my wife and I have our first home.
"To God be all the Glory!!!"

Social media users react to his family's home acquisition

Deborah Burke opined:

"It didn't matter that I was already a wife, mother, technically a "grown-up", but when we bought our first house I actually felt like a grown up, maybe some understand. But it always feels good to be able to paint your walls without having to get permission from a landlord or know your going to have to paint it back to white when you move. Truly Congratulations! Happy for you!"

Maxwell Okafor wrote:

"I love this design and the building materials doesn't seem to be entirely concrete. Is it possible to construct this kind of building in Nigeria? I really love the simple design."

Dale Woods said:

"Well you are a successful person congratulations to you and all the best in the future. I have been here since 1982 and I'm renting a room in the basement of a house. But I have myself to blame for the way my life is going. And I'm sure that I will never have a house or any money to buy one. I'm just a janitor in a co -op building. And will have to work there till the day I die..."

Ayodele Ibrahim Shittu commented:

"Dr. Akinkunmi Akingbade,RCIC, a big congratulations to you and the entire family. Not really an easy fit but truely, it's worth the joy. May joy and laughter never seize coming upon the Akingbades."

Nigerian family who relocated to Canada buy their first house

Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian family who moved to Canada with nothing had celebrated buying their first house.

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. According to him, at the time they did this, there was no family or friends in their new home country.


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