Nigerian man goes from having potbelly to six packs in just 5 months (Photos)

A Nigerian man, Dapo Alade has left social media users stunned with his amazing physical transformation which happened within five months.

He took to his Twitter account, @dapsdapa14 to show off his potbellied body before he started working out and his chiseled abs after few months.

The young guy revealed that he began his weight loss journey in January 2023 by going to the gym and by May 2023, he had developed six packs.

Dapo used to weigh 116kg but after hitting the gym for five months, he lost 25kg and currently weighs 91kg.

He shared the before vs after photos with the caption: “January ‘23 to May ‘23 – 116kg to 91kg 🔐”

He added; “I genuinely can’t keep up with all the responses🤣 didn’t know it would reach out like this!

Thanks so much guys🙌🏿 Hard work, dedication and consistency allowed this to happen. 💪🏿Had to make some sacrifices too”

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Meanwhile, Founder of Chess In Slums Africa, Tunde Onakoya recently took to social media to share the transformation of an area boy he took off the streets.

He said that he met the kid named Ayomide alongside others under the Oshodi bridge in Lagos state more than a year ago.

Tunde enlisted the boys in a street to chess initiative which saw them use their brains in a competition in 2021.

According to the techpreneur, Ayomide is now a web developer and graphics who flies with him during trips to Abuja and meetings with personalities.

Tunde celebrated young Ayomide’s journey from a being a bus conductor who slept under the bride, to now flying for important events.

He shared before vs after photos and wrote; Thinking about Ayomide today… We met him as an Area boy under oshodi bridge a little over a year ago but is now a Web developer and graphics designer.

No longer a pawn in another man’s game, but the hero of his own story. I take him with me on my flights to Abuja and visits to important people so he sees how valuable his existence his.

One day, he’ll get to pay it forward and only then will our work truly be done❤️ This is Day 1. Just a few months ago, Ayomide was just another random street kid working as a bus conductor and living under oshodi bridge will no hope of a future. Today he created his own web page and online store using HTML and CSS. We’re creating a new story for the African child.