A young lady who once sold pure [sachet] water to earn a living has shared her inspirational rags to riches story on Facebook.
The lady, Princess Tholu E Fholarin, disclosed that after losing her father in 1997, she hawked sachet water on the streets to support her family.
Though the loss of her father and what she had to go through was a big blow, she did not give up but did everything to be successful.
And from hawking sachet water on the streets of Lagos just about 20 years ago, Princess Fholarin, who is not 30 years yet, is now a proud home owner in Canada.
According to her, after surviving in Nigeria she moved to Canada in 2015 as a student and decided to work part time.
"I would come to class and sleep and my colleagues will wake me up and laugh. But the days of suffering is over", she said as she announced the purchase of her home.
As if the buying of the house was not good news enough, Princess Fholarin has been adjudged as the top performing worker at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce where she works as a Senior Financial Service Representative.
Since Princess Fholarin shared her story, there have been a lot of reactions with many congratulating her on her achievements.
Folarin saw her namesake going higher
Benson seems to know Princess Fholarin from her street awking days.
Joy is amazed and so happy for Princess Fholarin.
David reminded Princess Fholarin of the fact that her story had got her trending on blogs in Nigeria.
Her story is inspirational and she surely deserves to trend.
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