- A woman has been massively praised on social media after she completed a house she started in 2017
- Many who found the house very beautiful asked the woman to show them who helped her to design the home with a good parking space
- Others said that the woman invested well, adding that her family would be really proud of what she did
A young woman and mother with the Twitter handle @Mpunmi_2102 has taken to the bird app to share her amazing feat of building a house.
Posting two photos on Twitter, the woman shared a frame that showed how it all started when she was just making the foundation and setting the building blocks.
The second frame shows the house in its complete form with a wide yard and a white car in its park.
In all, it took the woman more than three years to finish the project as she started in December 2017 and finished it in January 2021.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has generated massive reactions from tweeps, gathering 97,000, and almost 11,000 comments.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"This is what I call investment, you invested in your family's well-being not what we were taught by our slave Master to see investment in financial terms, I'm saying this because most people think that if you build a house in the rural area, you are wasting money which is absurd."
"Hi gal your home is exceptionally gorgeous. Can you please assist me with the builder and the person who drew the plans."
"Nice home built using cheap cement bricks."
"Congrats dear, am saving this pic, this exactly what I want."
"Congratulations!! Love to see this. Time, good planning, teamwork, and effort."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a laundrywoman took to Twitter to share the success story of her new house after years of toiling to own one.
In a post on Tuesday, December 29, the woman took a photo of herself sitting in the centre of the home.
She noted that there was no furniture or anything in the house but her Christmas tree. The lady added that there were no curtains in the house yet either and some kind people offered to buy her some.
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