Lady Makes it Big as She Builds Mansion for Parents, Photos of House Go Viral
- A Nigerian lady from Benue state has succeeded greatly in her business and has therefore built a fine house for her parents
- Disclosing that the house is her parents' retirement home, she said she was able to build the mansion after her investment in cryptocurrency paid off
- Nigerians on social media have joined in her celebration with many of them congratulating her for her enviable feat
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A Nigerian lady identified simply as @MemNambativ has built a big house for her parents after she made it big in her business.
The lady who is from Benue state said she invested in cryptocurrency in Nigeria and that it paid off with the help of God.
I can do all things from cryptocurrency
The lady declared that she can do all things through cryptocurrency mixed with the blessings of Christ. Some Twitter users besieged her handle, asking her how she saw the light.
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She wrote on Twitter:
"Small Woman-Big JESUS. #AbleGOD #Mum&DadRetirementHome. I can do all things from #Crypto through CHRIST, that blesses me."
See her tweet below:
Many on Twitter congratulate crypto trader for building house
As soon as she shared her tweet, Twitter users swooped on it to tweet their replies. Here are a few of them.
"Congratulations to you! Please which of the Crypto can one invest your in? Thank you in anticipation."
"The ones i invested in and made 1.350 million $ in profit already mooned. But they still have lots of future gain."
"Congratulations Mem, this atmosphere looks like Benue."
"Congratulations, I want to be like you when I grow up."
Wofa Yaw: 65-year-old Ghanaian Blind Man Living in Mudhouse Gets New Self-contained Apartment
In a related story, YEN.com.gh reported that after years of living in a dilapidated mudhouse under deplorable conditions, 65-year-old blind Wofa Yaw from Pekyi-Tweapeasi in the Ashanti Region has been given a new house.
Before the gesture, he lived in a muddy thatch in extreme poverty under heart-wrenching conditions, going without food for days sometimes.
The fate of the aged man with visual impairment received a glimpse of hope after his plight came to the attention of the Bernard Nketiah Ministries. Then, the journey to provide him with a dignifying accommodation began.
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