- A young woman took ownership of a BP garage at the age of 27
- What makes her story remarkable is that her dad was a petrol attendant
- She now employs over 25 people and is an inspiration to Mzansi
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Blessings Ramoba shared an inspirational story on Twitter of how Nomuphila Khumalo, the daughter of a petrol attendant, is now the proud owner of her own BP garage.
She employs 25 people and was only 27 when she bought the business.
"Meet Nomuphila Khumalo, owner of a BP garage in Durban. Her father was a petrol attendant, now she owns a BP garage with a PnP Express store in Durban hiring 25 people.
"This was 27-year-old Nokuphila Khumalo when she got the business. Big ups to Nokuphila."
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Nokuphila commented on the post and said that she is now 31 and has hired five more employees since lockdown.
Social media users were amazed at the young woman's accomplishment:
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a young lady caused a stir via Twitter after unveiling her magnificent achievement.
She may only be 22 years of age but she's already a proud homeowner and showcased her beautiful abode.
Twitter user Barbie monroe jennifer (@barbie__barbz) shared pics of her new home and included the caption:
"My very own house at 22 years old, forever grateful to God."
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