- One couple has gone viral after revealing their stunning new home to the world
- The young pair had built the breathtaking house from the ground up and Britt Williams couldn't resist flexing a little
- With some salty over their success, Williams told haters they just need to want their goals bad enough to make them happen
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Determination counts for a lot in life and this couple are a living testimony to what can be achieved when you set your mind to something.
Britt Williams, a stay at home mom with her own business, and her husband are celebrating the first day in their new house which they built from the ground up.
"Today! July 10 we became homeowners of the house we built from the ground up! Heavy on the thank you, God!"
The stunning house boasts five bedrooms and four bathrooms and was lovingly created by the young couple.
Williams savoured the moment, saying that the two of them were continuously knocking their goals out of the park:
"I’m 22 years old, my husband is 25 years old. Business owner, married & giving our kids the best life!! All our goals are being knocked out of the park!"
The inspiring situation quickly went viral with thousands admiring the couple posing with their adorable children in front of their luxury rides and brand new home.
When some people got salty over their very apparent success, Williams simply said that:
"Y’all be so mad that y’all be showing the struggle, who can’t get their credit right & buy a house? Who can’t save money to pay a car out?! Like if you really want something & set goals it’s really not that hard. Everybody could do it, you just have to want it badly!"
Williams continued to say that the journey had taken a year and plenty of hard work:
"It was a lot of tears behind our house, a whole year & some of work, monitoring spending & our credit. Trust me it wasn’t easy but we did it!"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Amarachi Okafor, a young Nigerian lady, has been celebrated on her day of graduation as she was able to set up two all-girls businesses when she was a student.
The story was shared on social media by Enugu Metropolitan Network in a heartwarming post sighted by YEN.com.gh on their official Twitter handle.
According to the report, Amarachi graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University in Awka, Nigeria.
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