- A happy young man recently shared that he was able to acquire his dream home after moving to Dubai
- In his post on Twitter, @HQawiyy revealed that he was able to achieve this just two years after leaving Africa
- Many who saw his achievement headed to the comments section and congratulated him.
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An excited young man recently announced that he’s ticked a huge box in his life.
In a preview post on his Twitter timeline by In brief News@HQawiyy shared that after moving to Dubai he was able to buy his dream house.
The read message;
I just got my dream house in Dubai
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The tweeps who saw his announcement did not hesitate to congratulate him in the comments section.
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At the time of this publication, the post has racked up nearly 40,000 likes with 271 quoting tweets and over 3,500 retweets.
Some of the comments were highlighted below by Briefly News;
Please how did you achieve this? I mean in terms of residence permit and the criteria you need to be able to buy a house in the UAE?
Eacoed MHS Boy Prefect Library!!!!! So proud of you dude!!!!! Qawiyyyy from Dubai!!!!! Bless
Congratulations, but do you feel comfortable with glass doors in your home. Like someone could be watching every time you open the curtains. My paranoia, my anxiety and my size phobia would never let me
It’s beautiful! Congratulations man. And thank you for all the lessons you try to share on your IG Live. God bless you.
Don’t lie, I look at the house first and zoom in on your photo, congratulations, I type your blessing
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Mine is coming in a few years too. God is not a man who should fail. We started it
Meanwhile, a lady has sparked a lot of reactions after taking to social media to share all she has achieved after moving from Africa to Boston in the US.
The Twitter post seen by Briefly News had @brownsugargh recounting that God had airlifted her from the streets of Bubiashie to Boston.
She said she started selling newspapers when she was 6 to support her parents, now earning a salary that only 6% of the American population earns in a year.
Source: News in Brief