- A young man recently took to Twitter to share the news of buying his very own crib
- In the motivational post, he also included pics of the stunning grey and white Cape Town property
- Twitterzens who were left motivated and wishing for a home of their own headed to the comment section to share congratulatory messages with the fresh homeowner
Being young and being able to buy a house, a car or even something that many consider small like a fridge is an amazing feeling. A young South African man can totally relate after buying his very first house.
Taking to Twitter, an extremely proud @nkosibooi shared pictures of his stunning grey and white brand-new Cape Town property and captioned the heartwarming post, "All mine." He also showed off what looks like his shiny grey car.
Twitter users were left simply impressed by his great achievement. Many of them congratulated him on buying the beautiful home while others wished for similar achievements for themselves. Read a few of their comments below.
"I wanna see the whole plan if you don't mind sir, the house looks beautiful."
"Congratulations Nkosi, God is good, all the time. If I will still be in CT around that time, I sure will pull through. Where is this place? It's beautiful units."
"Congratulations Grootman.You're motivating us."
"Congratulations bhutiza. May it be filled with love, respect and peace."
"Salute. Be thankful for the achievement in such times. Congrats King."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a local woman recently headed to Facebook to share how helping people ended being a big blessing for her. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Ngonidzashe Chikwape Mudzamiri explained how she had made the decision to offer two elderly people a ride, one of whom was an old lady.
"I decided to stop. Put on my hazards, made a huge U-turn, it was pouring like nobody's business, cars were hooting, fast forward... Went outside took the lady's bag... Threw it in my car and I asked them to get into the car. The woman was like 'Haiii we are wet and muddy, we are going to make your car dirty', I said to them no worries."
Ngonidzashe then goes on to explain how the touched gogo was so taken aback by her kind-heartedness that she promised to pray that she may get a car as big as her heart. Which she soon did, much to her amazement.
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