– A Nigerian man, Bright Alozie, who lost his dad when he was a child has finally achieved his American dream
– The man said his welfare changed when he got to the US as he is now a university professor with good welfare
– Tweeps congratulated him, said his photos showed he really beat the odds stacked against him
A Nigerian man identified as Bright Alozie has come on Twitter to thank God for how his life changed in over a decade.
Sharing two photos, the Nigerian man said that as a second-year undergraduate, he never had much to wear.
He wore a big frown in his throwback photo. Many years after, Bright said he is currently a university professor with a Range Rover jeep and plenty of clothes to choose from.
In the second photo, he could be seen posing at the back of his new vehicle with a fine suit on and a big smile.
The young man revealed that he hustled hard in school as he had to do so many odd jobs. He said he became the breadwinner of his family after losing his father and two sisters at a tender age.
See his post below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
“The difference is clear…I still see myself in you Prof. Ever inspiring!! You may remember this verse ‘I’m only but behind you. Time will tell’.”
“Also in Naija you looked older but now in USA you look younger, thank God for your progress.”
“This is worth retweeting. To get to the top, you must make some sacrifices.”
“Lol you’re the literal American dream. Also, I respect how hard it can be to get there for some of us. Truly.”
“You look really good. God will continue to bless you more and more.”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian tailor with the Twitter handle @msruthie_ebony has celebrated relocating to the UK on the bird app.
In a post on Sunday, January 10, the young lady shared different photos. The first frame showed the lady and her mother at a Nigerian airport.
The fourth frame had her all dressed up in a coat as she posed at the entrance of a building in the UK.