Nigerian comedian reveals how he went from being a bus conductor living under Oshodi bridge, to becoming a millionaire at 24 and a landlord
Fast rising Nigerian comedian, Princewill, took to his page to tell his story. He posted the above photo and wrote:
June 2010 – Feb 2017…
I was d least of my brothers but i thrived higher than many… It was GOD.
When they count threats, i was regarded a walk over but i won… It was GOD.
I became a landlord before many who told me i’m a waste of time… It Is GOD.
I became a millionaire at 24… It is GOD.
All i have wanted o lord thy hand hath provided, exceedingly above all i have and can ask for.
In 2006 i came into lagos as a tenant of under d bridge estate, oshodi branch without a roof on my head, d rain would fall and shops would be my best hideout point, i’ll park dirts and sold news papers during d day to survive, in 2007 i became a professional bus conductor, ikeja-ojuelegba, PalmAvenue-Olateju (mushin) Ketu-Yabaonyingbo, Oshodi-Sango and many more witnessed d voice of Small or Bruno (as they would call me)… In 2016 i became a landlord in d same lagos, i enter my parlour and d Ac can melt fire, i drive into my compound and my street security will tell me welcome boss.
I don’t care what they say but this testimony will never end, d world would hear o… I don’t have a voice, i gree but i will sing o… To d greatest of kings, To Olu orun, To d talknado, To JEHOVAH… I’ll never loose my praise