Don’t get drowned by social pressure, appearance is not reality – Actor Bishop Umoh advice Nigerians as he show off his new house

Nigerian actor Bishop Umoh, popularly known as Okon Lagos has taken to his Instagram account to write an inspirational post as he show off his new house.

According to the comic actor, owning his mansion did not just happen in a day.

He disclosed that he just wanted to build a small house, big enough to accommodate his family and he finally achieved the goal.

He actor also urged fans to stay true to their hustle, work hard and always put God first in their affairs. The actor then used the rest of the writeup to motivate people to stay true to their legitimate hustle and put in the required work. He noted that appearance is not reality and people should take their time and try not to get drowned by societal pressure.

Read what he wrote below…

Guys sometime ago, I thought it good to build me a small house, but big enough for a little more than two ( @mrs_imebishop and I ). I’m done and this is it!

Be steady on your grind but pls try and make it legit. Work hard as if no amount of prayer can help and pray hard as if no amount of hard work can help.

Don’t get drowned by social pressure. Appearance is not reality. Take your time, pick your shots, make smart decisions. Life is a marathon and not a sprint.

Be careful how you make haste towards attaining success. Yes, apply speed but know the limits. Speed kills!

This our “little Rome” was sure not built in a day! In all, God is faithful. YHWH is the greatest! He alone drives away flies from the tailless cow!

Happy new Month from all of us here at the Republic

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