Man wins R25 in the Lotto and buys security guards breakfast

Man wins R25 in the Lotto and buys security guards breakfast

- A hilarious man took to Twitter to reveal that he won R25 in the Lotto

- He used the money to buy security guards breakfast

- He therefore asked God to imagine what he could do if he won millions

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A man from Midrand, Johannesburg, shared a hilarious Twitter post recently about his wish of winning millions in the Lotto.

Bakani Ngulani implored on God to grant him millions because he had used the R25 he won to benefit others. He wrote:

I won R25 in yesterday’s lotto and used it to buy breakfast for the guards at my estate; imagine Lord what I could do if I won millions. Try me nje Nkosi; just once.

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Bakani, 25, is a well-known entrepreneur, Briefly.co.za gathered. He is the founder of BN Business Solutions, an accounting, tax, and advisory firm.

According to uchief.co.za, the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC) named Bakani South Africa's Under-25 National Entrepreneur Champion for 2017.

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However, this seemingly doesn't stop him from trying his luck at the Lotto and showing some humour while at it.

The entrepreneur's post caused much amusement among tweeps. In a follow-up tweet, he clarified the type of breakfast R25 could buy.

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Amused tweeps wished Bakani well in his quest to win the Lotto jackpot.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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