- A Nigerian man, Suraj Oyewale, has inspired his followers on social media with his throwback and current photos
- The man took to Twitter to share a photo of when he was struggling through life
- Three other photos Suraj posted on the social media platforms are images of when he had become successful
A Nigerian man identified as Suraj Oyewale has taken to social media to inspire people with his humble beginning.
Suraj shared throwback and current photos of himself to let people know where he is coming from and how far he has made it.
In the throwback photo, the man could be seen holding a first-generation camera phone and taking a selfie. The three other photos show him taking selfies with a more sophisticated mobile device, an iPhone.
No caption accompanied the photos, but Suraj posted the photos to inspire his followers. Some of them shared their reactions to the photos.
"I don't really know you that much but you inspire me. Keep winning boss."
Responding, Suraj wrote:
"Thanks. Keep making trouble."
Briefly News previously reported that a gentleman identified on Twitter simply as O.A caused a massive stir online with pictures of his present self against the hustler he used to be, saying he was not ugly.
O.A's powerful transformation in the pictures showed how he moved from a normal town guy into that powerful guy in the area who turns heads anytime he passes.
The photos shared by O.A caused so much stir that many Twitter users joined the thread to share their own versions of grass to grace photos.
In other news, a man identified as Paul Wray has inspired the social media community with his before and after photos. Paul, who lost 12 stone (76 kilograms) in one year, has given tips on how to lose weight.
He said people should ensure to change their lifestyles and not just their diets.
"I lost over 12 stone in one year! I am not a weight loss coach or fitness expert but here’s my Weight Loss 101: Change your lifestyle, not just your diet. Anyone who sells you a quick fix is looking to make a quick buck £$€!"
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Source: Briefly News