- Local social media user Jones Molotsi is a proud man after building a beautiful house, saying he started building it two years ago
- Molotsi heeded the call by Daniel Marven, who urged his followers to share the houses they built for their families
- One social media user seems to know the mansion and says it’s based in the picturesque province of Mpumalanga
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As challenged by Daniel Marven earlier this week, many locals are still sharing the stunning houses they have built for their families. This time around, Briefly News takes a look at Jones Molotsi’s house.
The proud guy says he started the house two years ago and he is almost done with it. Molotsi definitely feels that sense of satisfaction.
The Twitter user also dropped a cool snap of the home and suggests he did not focus on buying an expensive luxury car, instead he invested in property. The stunning mansion can be seen in a viral post and it has really grabbed the attention of scores of locals.
Briefly News collected a number of inspiring comments from supportive peeps as they also want to start with their projects. Molotsi captioned the pics:
“Two years later and we here.”
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The post reads:
“It so beautiful to see people achieving such.”
“We are trying.”
“Congratulations bro... you'll be done in no time.”
“This house is fire.”
“This is really inspiring. Yazin I need to start with mine.”
“KwaMhlanga I know this house.”
“This is cool.”
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Remaining on the topic of houses, Briefly News posted that frequent social media user, Daniel Marven, has dropped a truly inspiring story on his timeline. The well-known Twitter user shared a stunning house he says he built just to inspire the kids that it’s possible to achieve any dream.
The mansion is built in Mzansi but not clearly indicated where it is and the double-storey house is really attracting positive comments. Marven says he grew up in a previously disadvantaged community.
He says he was never enticed by luxury cars but opted to invest in a property and challenged his followers to show theirs.
He wrote on social media: “I wanted luxury cars, but knowing my poor family background & exactly where I came from with struggles, I opt for property investments. We are not rich but trying to show our kids that's everything is possible. If I did it, you can do it.”
Source: Briefly News