Popular Nigerian On-Air Personality, Toke Makinwa, has revealed that she has acquired her dream house at her current age of 35. According to her, the house isn’t even her first property.
However, she didn’t share that achievement in order to boast. She made it clear that she is trying to use it to encourage women to work hard on attaining wealth, which according to her isn’t gender-based.
“Dear woman, I see you, you rock, keep raising the bar. keep shattering the ceiling, keep pushing that envelope,” she wrote on her page.
“Financial freedom is a ‘must’ for us, women, being able to do for yourself certainly has to be the goal, it’s nice to have help, it’s nice to come from wealth but it is important to raise women to believe that wealth is not gender-based
“I am super proud of all the women out there steady building, I bought my dream home at 35, (not my first property) while there certainly isn’t an age cap, seeing young ladies do it in their 20’s is such an inspiration, I love you all, keep doing you.
She, however, made it clear that ladies must not pressure themselves, as everyone’s timing is different.
“No pressure. Everyone’s goals/timing is different, 20’s, 30’s, 40’s or even 50’s.
“Be hella proud of yourself. Be proud of those things you think are little, be proud of your journey,
“It’s Ok to have help, it is a blessing to have a healthy inheritance. don’t let anybody shame or make you apologize for how you were born, instead strive to be able to do the same for your own kids, do not let it stop with you. Keep pushing
“Even if your husband/boo has money, pls think outside the box woman, not praying for bad days but life can visit you and you don’t want to not be able to stand on your own, I just want to see women change the narrative, gain confidence and live
“Start that business, write that plan, save a little here and there, stay ready. A day called change can visit any day now, opportunities are there, open your eyes, value relationships, faith it till you make it, speak it. Dream it. DO IT.
In 2018, Toke Makinwa reportedly bought a house worth N260 million in Banana Island. Back then, she was just 33 years old.
Apparently, Toke Makinwa, 35, has bought a new house, which we don’t know how much it costs.