- Lekhau Sehoana recently shared more exciting news about his business on Twitter
- Along with a picture, he shared that he had just bought a truck for his sneaker shoe company
- Motivated Twitter users quickly headed to the comment section to share many messages of congratulations with the young man
Lekhau Sehoana has been making serious moves to help himself and his sneaker business grow. The young South African man once again took to Twitter to share the news that he had just bought a brand new truck for the business.
Lekhau also shared a brilliant picture of himself standing next to the huge vehicle looking mighty proud of himself. He also added a few motivational and inspirational words in the caption of the heartwarming Twitter post
"This is the first brand new vehicle I've bought, as we welcome our new Truck at @DRIPFootWear #JobsWillBeCreated #TheTownshipDream," he wrote.
The post quickly became popular with many inspired locals taking to the comment section to congratulate Lekhau on his growing success. Many of them also thanked him for motivating them so much.
Read a few of their comments below.
"I'm challenged and inspired at the same time. I'm building a small business and your successes and Mr L&M make it hard to even consider quitting when the going gets hard. Don't stop sharing your stories. They make a difference. God speed."
"Your inspiration cross borders bro, keep going African child the world is yours."
"Well done king! I’m proud of you."
In similar inspirational Briefly.co.za news, Xingwangwa_Temperance, @XingwangwaT, a petrol attendant took to Twitter to let people know how proud he is of his job even though some people treat him unfairly.
He said despite being treated like he was useless, being shouted at and being expected to perform duties outside of his job description, he was proud of his job. Here is his caption accompanied by some pics of him proudly standing in uniform:
"I am proudly a petrol attendant."
"But it's painful how people treat us sometimes, they are rude to us, treat us like we're sort of useless people, they hey shout at us, makes us check their tires pressure which is not part of our job description, make us check their oil and water."
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