African lady celebrates buying homes in US and Canada, gets engaged

African lady celebrates buying homes in US and Canada, gets engaged

- An African woman, Adeola Olubamiji, has spoken about how 2019 was a big year in her life

- She was able to build a house in the US just after she had bought one in Canada

- Adding to her blessings, she also got engaged to the love of her life, Olu

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Adeola Olubamiji has been blessed beyond her imagination as she now owns houses in both the United States and Canada, and also got engaged, all in 2019.

She made the news of her blessings known on Facebook on Thursday. Adeola said that she moved to the US in 2018 when she wanted to buy a property.

The African lady said that she was on a mission to expand on what she already had in 2018. She was able to get her first property in Ontario, Canada, which she rented out to students.

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When she wanted to buy her US home in Indiana, Adeola could not find what she really wanted so was advised to build one for herself.

Adeola took the risk and was able to build a five-bedroom house with three bathrooms within a year of moving to America.

The Nigerian lady recounted how she had a rough childhood as her family had to live in a 'face-me-I-face-you' house in Mokola where spaces were limited. She also told how she had to go to their neighbour's apartment to watch television as they could not afford one.

To make up for what she lacked as a child, she made sure every room in her US home has a TV so there is a screen wherever she turns to in the house.

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Her blessings were crowned with an engagement to the love of her life, Olu. The lady advised all ladies out there to work and build their empire and never be afraid of being ineligible for marriage.

Meanwhile, a kindergartner aged five, showed the world the true spirit of kindness.

Katelynn Hardee, a student of Breeze Hill Elementary School, was able to help her 123 classmates pay their lunch debts.

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