A Black lady who was once homeless has become popular for helping many others acquire homes
The lady, Princess Butler, was homeless after she lost both of her guardians
Princess Butler built a venture called Financial Advantage Solutions with which she had provided home for at least 600 families.
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Princess Butler who was once homeless successfully built a company named Financial Advantage Solutions, which has provided homes for more than 600 people and still counting.
According to a report by Face2FaceAfrica, the now successful entrepreneur did not even qualify for home loans at the time of the death of her guardians because of her low financial status.
Coupled with that, Butler had ovarian cancer and had to take care of a child as a single mother.
From this point, Princess Butler struggled with her life but was finally able to get out of her debts and the streets to own a home.
It did not stop there as the brilliant lady who also kindheartedly developed a passion to help other people who in her past situation come out.
She set up a financial institution motivated by that desire. Since its inception, Financial Advantage Solutions has been able to provide homes for many scores of families numbering over 600.
In addition to just getting the people out of homelessness, Princess' venture has also been able to equip the people with the practical knowledge to be able to get out of their debts.
Princess Butler's personal life is resounding proof she learned how to do the 'magic' but being able to replicate the same for others shows her principles are also universal.
In another story, Mabel Suglo the CEO of Dignified Wear, a fashion brand that makes African bags, jewelry and footwear was nominated for The Returnees Awards in Cameroon and came out massively victorious.
Dignified Wear trains and employs persons with disabilities and rural women to handcraft durable, versatile and fashionable shoes, handbags, locally woven fabric clothing and jewelry from recycled tires, scrap fabrics, cotton threads, recycled glass and plastic beads.
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