- Sharon Beverly fulfilled the promised she made to her mother of building her a house
- The young woman said she spent R17 500 to create the home, which she will soon plaster
- Kenyans celebrated her for honouring her mother and giving her the security of a home
Kenyans have heaped praised on a kind woman who built her mother a simple house.
Sharon Beverly said she fulfilled a promise she made to her mother of building her a house and though it was simple, she was still proud of the results.
Taking to Facebook, the young lady disclosed she had spent around R17 500 on constructing the house and she was hoping that she could plaster it soon.
Beverly also said she would build her mother a permanent home when she was financially able to do so.
"I promised to build her a home. I thank God it has come to pass even if it's simple. It cost me 130k, not yet plastering which I am planning to do soon," she said.
Kenyans were more than proud of her for building her mum such a beautiful house. Here are some of the reactions:
Betty Mulunda said:
"There's no great blessing on this earth like remembering where your parents have brought you from and fulfilling their hearts' desires. The lady's reward is in Heaven!"
Barbra Abraham said:
"I have been wanting to do this for a very long time. May God bless me with a job because my first mission is to make them proud by building them a house so help me God. Congratulations Sharon may God bless you abundantly."
David Kurutah wrote:
"This is inspiring. Your level for great is not my level for great. Beverly has done a great job, we all should applaud her before judging."
Josphine Okinyi said:
"When I see people changing the life of their parents I only say thank you God."
Stl Mbau wrote:
"She is blessed, she has sacrificed so much, some people will live large and can't make their parents a better house, it's a good job, well done."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, ever wanted something so bad that you decided to make it yourself? Usually its something small like a cake or something from an arts and crafts book.
Obakeng Thetele was a bit more ambitious, he couldn't wait to own a car so he took matters into his own hands and built one from scrap metal. He revealed that he couldn't wait to finish school and buy a car so he did the next best thing and built his own. Thetele took to Facebook and shared his amazing whip in the #ImStaying group.
"#Imstaying because I built this car from scrap metals. I couldn't wait to finish school and buy a car for myself, so I built it. My dream is to build a proudly South African car one day."
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