Comedian & Dad-Of-2, ‘I Go Dye’ Inspires Hope As He Recounts His Days Of Little Beginning

A person’s greatest potential lies in the humble attitude of relating their past to the future, with insightful true life stories that give hope to the hopeless.

Famous Nigerian comedian and single father of two, Francis Agoda a.k.a I Go Dye, recently took to his Instagram page to post this Inspirational Grass to Grace personal story to encourage anyone who has lost or is slowly losing hope.

According to the  humour merchant, who recently gifted his first child a mansion to mark his 9th birthday, he once hawked Garri, Banana, and Groundnut on the street of Okumagba avenue, Warri, Delta state just to survive. He added that he struggled to buy his school books 28 years ago.

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Sharing his story, the 40-year-old ace comedian advised those going through the challenges of life to never give up. He wrote:

”This time 28 years ago this guy sitting here was in the street of Okumagba avenue hawking Garri, Banana and Groundnut. I hawk any thing when dem dey eat that was how I survived to buy my books in school.

Your story is not different… only God who will change your story and bless you, more than you ask, so that people who never believe in you will question your success. But those who belief in the beauty of their dream will have hope… Don’t give up. The first law of success is patience, there is nothing more difficult than when you doubt yourself.”

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