- Hez Jakamollo warmed peeps' hearts after building his two wives beautiful houses that are identical to each other
- The bungalows have a similar design from the roof to the windows, exterior walls and porches
- Kenyans lauded him for raising the bar of polygamy a notch higher
A Kenyan man has raised the bar for polygamy after building two identical houses for each of his wives.
The man, identified as Hez Jakamollo, shared the breathtaking photos of the two houses, which are nearing completion, and peeps were wowed at how they were all alike and in close proximity to each other.
In the pictures that he shared on social media, the bungalows, which are just a few metres away from each other, have a similar design from the roofs to the windows, exterior walls and porches.
He said the project, which he undertook for his two wives, was slowly taking shape and would be soon completed.
"Work in progress, slowly taking shape," he captioned the photos.
In the comment section, many peeps applauded him for building the two identical houses for his wives with others even giving ideas of what could be added to the homes.
Here are some of the comments:
Nancy Anyango Bensouda said:
"You can "dine" in both in one night, multiparty, lich! Congratulations DG."
George Guda wrote:
"I am so much inspired. I think am joining the bold. Some good work jagot!"
Nick Odhiambo said:
"You need to build an underground private tunnel. Very impressive, congrats!"
"This is good. Now, add another wife".
Tina Tish Aisha Phillips wrote:
"I like the proximity of the first to the second. Very tactical. Congratulations!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a SA mom who celebrated building a home for her little family. In a heartwarming post, Dine Okon explained how she and her daughter moved from home to home without having a place of their own to settle down in.
She also explains how proud she is of herself. She captioned the post with:
"After so many years of moving up and down without a home, today me and my daughter we have a place we call home, even though this year was big roller coaster this is my achievement and very proud of myself, that's why #imstaying, thank God."
Dine shared the post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and Stayers could not be more proud of her hard work and determination.
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