Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, has taken time off her busy schedule to inspire her fans by sharing the story of her life.
In an Instagram post, Juliet Ibrahim revealed she had to work so hard that she sometimes felt her immune system will just break down.
“Just like every girl, She had a dream, She wanted to accomplish her resolution set out before she turned 30! In April 2015, Juliet bought her first house as her 29th birthday gift. ‘I’m extremely grateful to God Almighty who has been able to allow this nobody be a somebody," the actress wrote.
The actress who described herself as a ‘refugee‘ in her narrative, took time to explain the term contextually just to make things clear to those who’ll take inspiration from her success story.
“Many don’t know what being a refugee is like; literally she had nothing and had to start from scratch to get to where she is today. This is just the beginning of many more blessings to come because whatever you believe you can achieve. Time and hard work makes a difference! #NeverGiveUp #Testimony,” she added.
Since Juliet Ibrahim's post, fans have been reacting with many of them being impressed with her success story.
@wizdecinteriors "This is a great historical context of writing and beautiful words of greatness to become great. You just made my day this evening on reading this. God bless you continually, Thanks. @julietibrahim"
@officialnaetom "INSPIRED❤️❤️ Thanks for this piece hun @julietibrahim"
@niam_esther_isemi "Wow well done ma. You've come so far...more grace n more to come"
@bridgybliss "Congratulations, I tap into this testimony and I pray more comes in Jesus name, Amen. Enjoy your success, you deserve it all @julietibrahim"
@_tayotemi_ "This is so inspiring.. Congratulations✨ and keep radiating in God's goodness. @julietibrahim"
Juliet Ibrahim is one of the most popular Ghanaian actress in recent times.
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Born March 3, 1986, Juliet started acting in 2005 and has featured in many movies in Ghana and Nigeria.
Juliet Ibrahim who has a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian-Liberian mother spent most of her childhood in Lebanon and Ivory Coast.
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