- Olatokunbo Otitoju, a prosperous guy by all accounts, has said that the year 2020 was an amazing one for him
- Olatotunbo said he was able to get the good things of life like good health, a new car and a job that pays well
- Many people wished him well as they prayed that 2021 would be an even better year for him
A man identified as Olatokunbo Otitoju has celebrated his win in a year that many would describe as a very challenging one.
In celebrating his birthday on Sunday, December 27, the man said that the year has been a very good one for him as he achieved many things.
He said he enjoyed good health, moved into a new apartment, bought a new car, got a change of job that paid more than what he was earning and a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) education, among other things.
In showing gratitude for the goodies the year brought his way, the man shared photos that captured his new home, the automobile and the certificate he got from MIT.
See his tweet below:
At the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 7,000 likes with hundreds of comments praising him for the things he achieved.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"The achievements and attainments of the incoming year will make these pale into insignificance. Greater grace in Jesus' name, amen. Congrats Doc!"
"Wowww. Happy belated birthday Dr. more blessings for the years ahead."
"Congrats my namesake Olatokunbo. I continue to wish you well."
"Happy birthday Toksy. Brother from another mother. Kind-hearted, look gooding Yoruba angel. God bless you even more. Muyawo wa. We're waiting."
"Happy birthday, Doc. You've done incredibly well for yourself and it's a testament of your steadfastness & positivity. Keep soaring higher! Unto more greater years. God bless you!"
Lentsoe grew up in the dusty streets of Soweto and is the oldest of three siblings. He was raised by a strong single mother and grew up in a home full of love. He said:
"I could talk about how difficult it is to be raised by a single parent, but that's the story of millions of young people in townships and rural areas, so that does not make me unique."
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