21-Year-Old Lady Counts Blessings in 2021, Graduates from US School, Appointed Manager at Amazon and Buys car

21-Year-Old Lady Counts Blessings in 2021, Graduates from US School, Appointed Manager at Amazon and Buys car

  • A young lady, Kiara Lofton, has taken to social media to count her blessings in the year 2021
  • The 21-year-old graduate of hospitality management bought a car and got appointed as a manager at Amazon
  • Describing the year as one of the best of her life, Kiara appreciated God for the successes she recorded

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The year 2021 has been blessings upon blessings for a young lady.

The 21-year-old recently took to social media to highlight the big wins she had recorded so far in the year.

Joy as lady celebrates finishing from US school, buying a new car and getting appointed as Amazon manager in 1 year
The excited lady stated that without God she would be nothing Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Kiara Lofton
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The lady named Kiara Loft shared on her LinkedIn page that she not only bagged a bachelor's degree in hospitality management from Virginia State University, US but was also appointed a manager at Amazon.

Kiara added that she bought herself a brand new 2021 Jeep Cherokee.

The excited lady thanked God for making her so successful.

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People celebrate her successes

Pierre Luigi Jean-Baptiste stated:

"Great to hear! Congratulations!"

Oluwabori Soyele said:

"This is massive! Congratulations to you on your achievement.Keep blazing the trail."

Adesoye Oyelowo wrote:

"Well deserved congratulations."

Odessa Gbengon commented:

"Congratulations girl… More wins."

Prosper Vudugah remarked:

"It is really a great year yet.
"More is to come.
"Congratulations Kiara."

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Lady counts her blessings after dumping corporate job for bronze-making

Meanwhile, YEN.com previously reported that a young lady who had ditched a corporate job for bronze-making had achieved success.

The Edo-born lady never envisaged herself dabbling into bronze making until the journey started with a striking interest to know more.

In an interview with BBC Pidgin, the young "artpreneur" revealed that apart from the joy brought by the job, making a bronze is a source of pride for her because it means the "history and cultural heritage" of Benin and Edo are intact.

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She, however, said bronze casting is forbidden for women in the state, adding that it is an age-long culture people still respect and hold on to.

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