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Man thanks God as he buys Lexus SUV, says he couldn’t dream of affording it 5 years ago

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A Nigerian man simply identified as Olayinka, thank God as he buys himself a Lexus SUV, what he couldn’t dream of affording 5 years ago.

In a post via his handle @YinkaPost on Tuesday, January 5, the man said his eyes were filled with tears after he bought a Lexus SUV from the dealership.

According to Olayinka, the car he could only dream of having 5 years ago was a Toyota Big Daddy.

He then expressed gratitude to God in prayers, as he never expected his life to change that fast.

The young man shared a photo of the new vehicle with the caption:

“I was teary when driving my car home from the dealership today. Here is a guy who just 5 years ago couldn’t dream pass a Toyota Big Daddy. ME? Alhamdulilah.”

See his post:

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