- A man identified as Abu Hamid lit up social media with amazing photos of a building project with great architectural design
- Social media users appreciated the young man's work by commending him in the comment section of the post
- Experts in architecture will agree that the design is unique in its own way and may soon be replicated by others
A man identified as Abu Hamid has got social media talking with some amazing photos of a building project he handled.
The architectural design is unique and its beauty lit up social media. Many who admired the building took to the comment section of the post to commend the brain behind it.
Abu has further proven that young Africans are creative people who turn ideas to reality.
He shared three photos on his Twitter page. One of them is the building process, the other is the end result and the third picture is the design.
Reacting to the beautiful building project, @MengederF said:
"This is really amazing and nice architecture."
"Amazing work Sir!"
In other news, a young man has taken to social media to announce that he acquired his first house at the age of 22.
The man with the Twitter handle @mariiiwrld shared adorable photos of himself in and outside the beautiful house.
In one of the photos, @mariiiwrld could be seen holding keys to the house, and in another photo, he stood in front of the building, smiling and feeling fulfilled that his dream has finally come true.
He captioned the photos:
Blessed to be a homeowner at 22."
Tweeps soon flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages and their opinions.
"Even tho I don’t know you congrats on this achievement! How did you do it? I wish I could be like you and do what you just did!"
"That’s dope, I was only able to do it at 24 congratulations."
"Congratulations!! Also unrelated, but you’re so beautiful."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a 23-year-old student entrepreneur pays his own way with a small furniture business. A 23-year-old man identified as Iniongun Victor has further proven that youths in the country are industrious.
The young man combines schooling with furniture-making after learning the trade from his father in 2017, Daily Trust reports. Victor, who is studying public administration at the Benue State University, Makurdi, said it is not easy to juggle school and work but he finds fulfilment in the fact that he's able to fend for himself.
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