- A very hardworking Nigerian lady, Chimdi Ibeawuchi, has inspired many as she shared photos showing how her business expanded
- Chimdi grew from someone who used to sell creates of eggs right from her car into an owner of a truck
- The truck is used as a food bank that sells not just eggs but other stocks like fish, meat, chicken and vegetable
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A Nigerian lady, Chimdi Ibeawuchi, has shown that hard work always pays no matter how long it takes and the odds one faces.
In joining the "How it started vs how it's going" challenge, the lady shared two photos that showed how much she has grown over time.
In the first frame, she could be seen selling eggs from the boot of a car. The second frame shows how her business has expanded as she stood in front of a truck that is branded with her business name.
Two other people appearing in the second photo shows that she perhaps also has people in her employ.
See her tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, her story has stirred massive reactions with over 7,000 likes and about 1,500 retweets.
Below are some of the reactions:
"This is the big win! Bigger one is yet to come."
"You started well sha. That car isn't cheap."
"Keep up the good work. It's really nice. May God bless your hustle and make you blossom in it. Cheers.
"Congratulations, keep the good work."
"Chi, you can't stop amazing me. Congratulations and so much elated by your good head."
"This gonna be me soon... I dunno how it gonna happen."
"You never reach anywhere yet... But you'll get there I'm Jesus' name."
In other news, the acting general manager of EIB Network, Nana Aba Anamoah, is celebrating her senior sister, Esi Anamoah's birthday with a heartwarming message.
Esi Anamoah turns a new age today, February 5, 2021.
The multiple award-winning broadcaster has thrown the spotlight on her confident-looking sister in a post on social media as she reflected on their childhood memories.
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Source: Yen Ghana