- Ghanaian police officer with Instagram handle @armz_xander has inspired with his grass to grace story
- @armz_xander shared images along with a motivating message
- The inspiring story in fast gaining attention online
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A Ghanaian police officer with Instagram handle @armz_xander has shared awe-inspiring images along with his unique story to urge people not to give up in the face of herculean obstacles.
The young officer posted a photo collage carrying cement block while proudly showing himself in his police uniform to show his progress in life.
@armz_xander indicated that he had struggled in the past and in spite of the major setbacks, grace found him.
He shared the stunning images showing his admirable transformation from grass to grace.
Captioning the motivating photos, @armz_xander wote: ‘‘I might not know whom this gonna motivate buh I just want him/her to know “No condition is permanent in life” Just believe in yourself and have faith in God almighty and trust me he will never put you into shame ... Never forget to appreciate life wherever you find yourself because someone’s wish is to be like you #motivationalquotes .’’
Earlier on his Instagram handle, @armz_xander posted similar photos to inspire many with his truth.
The proud police officer who once carried cement blocks to earn a living shared his inspirational 'rags to grace' story and admitted that his life has transformed.
In 2019, YEN.com.gh reported that after years of hawking yogurt on the streets, Nana Yaw used life’s bitter lemons offered him to change his fate.
The young man who once sold icecream to earn a living shared his motivating story on Facebook.
Nana Yaw Flowking, noted that after years of hawking ice cream on the streets to support himself, he overcame the odds and has now left the country making better gains abroad.
Flowking shared a two-variant collage of a past photo carrying packs of yogurt and a current photo dashing with new looks. From hawking ice cream on the streets, he proudly owned his laudable strides.
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