- A Nigerian lady who relocated to Canada and graduated a year ago has become a permanent resident of the North American country
- The lady, Oluwakanyisola Onikoyi Deckon, has also bought two cars and a house after getting a job with the Canada Revenue Agency
- In a TikTok video, Oluwakanyinsola also showed off an engagement ring, indicating that she may soon be getting married
A lady who relocated to Canada for her studies has shared her progress one year later.
She posted a video on Tiktok, chronicling her life from the day she graduated from school and getting her first job offer letter in Canada.
After getting her first job, Oluwakanyisola has also become a permanent resident in Canada.
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Lady buys two cars and house in Canada
She has successfully bought two luxurious cars and a house for herself. The video shows her posing beside her two cars.
To make things more beautiful, Oluwakanyisola has gained more experience by enrolling for more training and receiving certifications in Canada.
She showed a beautiful engagement ring in the video, indicating that she may soon be getting married.
The lady captioned the video:
"Humbled by my journey from Nigeria to Canada. Climbing the Canada Revenue Agency ladder is a dream realized. Two luxury cars, reminders of hard work. Homeowner at 20 is a blessing. It's a testament that dreams can flourish with dedication and resilience!"
Watch the video below:
TikTok users react to video of a lady who bought cars in Canada
"Seeing this motivates me‼️. And congrats on your achievement."
@Funmi the stallion commented:
"Is that an engagement ring? Congratulations."
"See your family name now, e carry weight."
Man buys a car after arriving Canada
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man who moved to Canada bought a car with his first salary.
As soon as the money landed in his bank account, the man used it to purchase a Honda ride.
Experts, however, said buying a car in Canada is not as easy as the man made it sound.