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“All Nights I Stayed Awake Asking Myself If Coming To Life Was A Regret, If Doing Good Was Not Made For Me, Why Am I Physically Challenged?” – Abimbola Irawoola Speaks On Becoming A Better Version Of Herself



Even though Toke Makinwa’s book, ‘On Becoming,’ has only started selling, the media personality has begun to inspire people to start becoming who they really want to be.

A physically challenged lady, Owomideleola Abimbola Irawoola, on her Instagram page speaks of how she is overcoming fear to becoming bold.

She said,

All nights i stayed awake asking myself if coming to life was a regret, if doing good was not made for me,why am I physically challenged, why am I used by some people who have turned to see me as their source of failure, I was hurt, I lost concentration and hope,I feel ashamed of myself not being like my peers,I lost all hope and Almighty God revived me.

#iambecoming a stronger, better version of myself,yes I have been looked down upon severally,but I choose to be fearless and bold.

#iambecoming a lady that don’t allow circumstances to distract her from her dream,#I am becoming a virtuous lady who would rather choke on greatness than nibble on mediocrity, i became to creates the things I wished to exists

#entrepreneur#goalgetter#prayerful#independentlady#iambecoming a lady that will leave a positive footprints for the next generations to come. I became all this because of my motivator someone I aspire to be like @funkejenifaakindele I learnt from you that’s confidence is the best accessories a lady can wore@funkejenifaakindele and my blood sister Temidayo it’s a pity she’s not on IG yet,I pray Almighty God continue to enlarge your coast #onbecoming#onbecoming cc@tokemakinwa@tokemakinwa




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