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From Zero To Hero: A Girl Who Use To Sell Pure Water On The Streets Buys A Home In Canada

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Princess Tholu E Fholarin, a Nigerian young lady who has found riches after years of suffering has recounted her Zero to Hero experience on social media and already it’s going viral.

Princess Tholu E Fholarin, who used to sell sold pure [sachet] water on the streets of Nigeria to support herself and her family has revealed in a Facebook post that luck has finally smiled on her. She has finally bought her own house in Canada.

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Princess Tholu E Fholarin

Recounting her struggles, Princess Tholu revealed that her father who was the breadwinner of the family died in 1997 and for years she had to hawk on the streets to pay her school fees.

Explaining further, Princess revealed that she moved to Canada in 2015 to further her education where she worked part-time to pay her bills.

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On her experience working as a part-time worker and a student in Canada, Princess Tholu E Fholarin said:

Princess Tholu E Fholarin

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“I would come to class and sleep and my colleagues will wake me up and laugh. But the days of suffering is over,” she stated boldly.

Currently, Princess Tholu E Fholarin has been adjudged as the top performing worker at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce where she works as a Senior Financial Service Representative.

READ HER FULL POST BELOW:

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