In this life, it is not only men that hustle very well to make money for themselves. Some women are also hard working, they work very hard to show that they can live without depending in any man for finance. While some women are good at depending on men even to the extend of asking their men to buy them the slightest thing they have. Many Nigerian women have built house by themselves, I don't have to mention all of them.
A young Igbo lady has taken to social media to celebrate her new house. Her new house is undoubtedly a multi-million naira house. And she's thanked God for making it possible for her. The God that did it for her will also do it for us all.
We all have to hustle in this life to make money. Poverty isn't what anyone should embrace. Another important thing is that, when you are hustling, it is very important to do legit hustles, not the one you will do, then later, you will be chased around like a criminal. Of course if you do illegal hustling, you're a criminal.
Infact, this news is all about an Igbo young lady who built a house and celebareted the good news in social media. Thanks for reading, please like, share and follow me up.
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