Laundrywoman makes it and builds her own house, inspires others

Laundrywoman makes it and builds her own house, inspires others

- An African woman with the Twitter handle @sparklesNmore has celebrated the completion of her house that took her five years

- The businesswoman said though she has no furniture and curtains yet, she is super grateful for the achievement

- Many people congratulated her online as a tweep offered to pay for new window blinds

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A laundrywoman has taken to Twitter to share the success story of her new house after years of toiling to achieve one. In a post on Tuesday, December 29, the woman took a photo of herself sitting at the centre of the home.

She noted that there are presently no furniture or anything in the house but her Christmas tree. The laundrywoman added that there are currently no curtains in the house yet.

See her post below:

Tweeps showed her much love as many people praised her hard work and dedication to her business.

As at the time of writing this post, her tweet has gathered over 12,000 likes with hundreds of comments.

Laundrywoman makes it, builds her own house, Nigerians react

The woman said though there are no pieces of furniture yet, she is grateful. Photo source: @sparklesNmore
Source: UGC compiled some of the reactions below:

@ofispeaks offered:

"Congratulations. Can I humbly pay for the blinds as a gift?"

@japhheth said:

"Congratulations. God will continue to bless the works of your hands."

@CeanApparel said:

"Bold step, you’ll laugh about how empty your house used to be in 4 months. Believe, pray and work harder than you already do."

@UnahAbuchi said:

"Congratulations ma, you are a source of inspiration I must confess, more wins!!!!"

@Christiine_U said:

"Congratulations! I can't wait to announce this soon too by God's grace."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a 22-year-old woman, B Williams, and her husband became house owners in the US.

She made the news known on Friday, July 10. She said they built the house themselves from the “ground up” as she thanked God for the great achievement.

In the pictures she shared, B Williams could be seen standing with her two children and her husband in front of the house’s driveway, which accommodated their two exotic cars.

Stories like these serve as major inspiration to hundreds of hopeful and hardworking people who endeavour to achieve the same in their own lives.

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