- South Africans have taken to social media to congratulate a Johannesburg man, @Khanya_Mkoto, who has just bought a new ride
- Khanya (who appears to work in the mathematics field) has praised God for the new car
- As followers flocked to his page, some users reminded the new car owner to drive safely in Johannesburg and beyond
According to a social media user going by the name of @Khanya_Mkoto, believing in your abilities and having faith in The Almighty can make dreams come true.
The Johannesburg-based man bragged about his latest success on social media as he just secured a new set of wheels.
According to his biography, Mkoto is a mathematical statistician and a father and he has bought a new car, which he has showed off on Twitter.
Captioned: "New Chapter. Thank you, God. (Isaiah 43:19)," the image has sparked inspiration and interest from his followers on the social media application.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the interesting comments as we also congratulate the successful young man, who will dash off in a brand-new vehicle.
“Congratulations Khanya! This is very exciting and we are very proud of you.”
“Well done my brother. Safe rides.”
@Justice_Seyisi shared this:
“Congrats on this new baby! Wishing you many happy kilometres."
@LungiMpepo also took time to express a message to those who may not have had luck yet:
“Don’t be afraid to clap for someone else. Life is a journey, not a competition.”
Recently, Briefly.co.za reported on a young man, identified as Danny Walter on Twitter, who caused a massive stir on the platform after posting about his new whip.
On Thursday, January 28, the man said the white Lexus SUV was a way of giving himself a little gift.
Danny posed in front of the car, blocking off a part of the number plate for security reasons. The second frame has him in the driver seat with the door open.
Many tweeps trooped to his comment section to congratulate him on the big purchase. Others asked him to show them how to also make money and be as successful as him.
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