Lady Inspires Social Media Users With Before and After Photos of Her Kiosk

Lady Inspires Social Media Users With Before and After Photos of Her Kiosk

- A young lady has taken to social media to inspire social media users with her business

- The lady with the Twitter handle @Bimbsy2 shared the progress of her business on Twitter and tweeps commended her for starting from the bottom

- The before and after photos the lady shared on the social media platform went viral as social media users were inspired

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A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Bimbsy2 has taken to the social media platform to share how she started her business and how far she has come.

In recent times, Nigerians have been sharing their achievements on social media to inspire others and @Bimbsy2 deemed it fit to do the same.

The young lady shared before and after photos of her kiosk where she deals in cable subscription and tweeps soon flooded the comment section of her post to share their thoughts.

Tweep with the handle @Beautigirl011 wrote:

"Hey babe.. hope you're making over 10k daily cos I make over 12k daily and sundays is like double..."
Nigerian lady inspires social media users as she shares before and after photos of her kiosk
The young Nigerian lady inspired people on social media that they can start from the bottom and achieve success. Photo credit: @Bimbsy2
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@abdul_riz commented:

"Progress is a beautiful thing. You will grow to own a bank. Best believe it."

@fowosereomoba prayed:

"It shall be bigger than that and it shall be great. AMEN."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported former YoTV presenter Vusiwe Ngcobo has reached an amazing achievement and took to social media to share the news. Vusiwe has finally obtained her MBA degree from the University of Stellenbosch.

She posted an old picture of herself in a graduation gown and captioned the lovely post:

"Virtually, yesterday I was proud to graduate with an MBA from one of the best business schools on the continent, that being the University of Stellenbosch Business School."

Meanwhile, a brave young woman Kholofelo Makofane recently shared with Facebook page Varsity World how she made the brave decision to leave her job as a bank manager to become a building science student.

She wrote:

"I was once an Assistant Branch Manager at Capitec Bank. After almost 5 years I decided to follow my dreams of being in construction. 2019, at the age of 29 I was a first-year Building Science student at TUT. 2020 at age 30 I was given an opportunity to do my Experiential Training at Steffanuti Stocks. 2021 at age 31, I am a final year student."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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