- A Nigerian lady identified as Maryam on Twitter has shared photos of her new Mercedes Benz
- Many tweeps congratulated her as they said they hoped theirs too would come soon
- There were, however, others who believed showing off one's success is not necessary
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A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Lorde_Em has generated massive reactions on social media after showing off the car she bought for herself.
The lady said that it is her first car as she shared photos. One of the snaps she posted on social media has the vehicle's seats in nylon. The bonnet of the car is dressed in red ribbons.
Many tweeps said that she has really done well for herself as they said it a great thing when one spends money on one's welfare.
Her post has received over 10,000 retweets with hundreds of comments from tweeps as at the time of writing this report.
See her post below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congrats if u are saying the truth cos I don't know what to believe on this street again."
"Congratulations is the only valid convo... I am believing God for this kind of testimony before the end of this year."
"Congrats girlie! All of you buying @MercedesBenz as your first car at such a young age, abeg where you na dey see money? Me sef wan get money oo but no be to dey use am buy Benz sha."
"Them don start again to publish their private assets to public, after they will be saying some are pipo are after them and their down fall. Social media will scatter your vision."
"Congratulations. Will post mine too very soon this year."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Oreoluwa Arowolo, gave herself some good self-care as she bought a car for all she has been through.
In a tweet on Tuesday, December 15, 2020, the lady said that the car is a way of rewarding herself for the hard work she has done in the year 2020.
She called the car an early Christmas gift as she took a creative shot of the automobile with the car key closer to the camera.
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