- A young Nigerian has riled many up after sharing the photos of the new car she recently bought
- People wanted to know what she does for a living at a time when many are complaining of hardship
- Tweeps congratulated her as some shared how happy they were when they got their first vehicles
A young Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Mz_tique has bought her first car and she is very excited about it all.
In a Twitter post on Monday, January 18, the lady shared three photos showing her posing with the car which was designed in ribbons as a mark of celebration.
While many congratulated her, there were some who wanted to know her source of wealth as they insinuated that she may not have bought it with her money.
Tweeps who saw that as a slight to her gave befitting responses, saying a car is not too big for a young lady to get for herself.
See her post below:
Her post has received over 24,000 likes and stirred an interesting conversation online on what young Nigerians have the financial capacity to afford.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Shame on all the guys here who think it’s impossible for her to hustle this off all by herself. Y’all are just poor in mentality and finances as well! Lots of strong ladies out here working hard for fat Cheques! Only broke men with swallow dreams feel intimated with this stuff."
"Big congratulations. But abeg no vex where una dey see this money?"
"Her money no reach 10k inside."
"Congratulations dear. But abeg where you na dey see this money abeg."
"We would have said 'thank you' to whoever bought you the car... But you'd rather claim to have 'purchased' the car yourself... The heart shapes are fine, sha."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported that a South African lady has served as a shining example of where dedication and determination can get you in life. Vuyokazi 'Vuyo' Mntuyedwa shared a heartwarming post on Facebook's ImStaying about how she finally got her PhD after undergoing many challenges.
"On 18 Dec 2020, I received my Ph.D. degree at UWC after so many challenges that have delayed my progress. I have told myself one thing, regardless of the delays but am going to get my PhD degree one day because am not a failure.
"I did not quit, or dropout because I knew that as a Black young woman I am capable of finishing this PhD. So I want to encourage everyone that, Never ever give up on your Dreams the Devil and the circumstances can delay you But don’t lose focus. I walk tall every day these days as Dr M my new academic title. I salute my perseverance all the time and resilience. #DrM #PhDStory #ImStaying" she wrote proudly.
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