Young Millionaire Builds Mansion in Rural Area, TikTok Video Inspires Thousands of People: “Biggest Congrats”

Young Millionaire Builds Mansion in Rural Area, TikTok Video Inspires Thousands of People: “Biggest Congrats”

  • A young Nigerian man has got many wondering how rich he is after he completed a big housing project
  • The man built a modern one-storey structure and spent millions of naira on making the interior decor amazing
  • The man's brother captioned the video with "another congratulation," suggesting that the building was not his first big feat

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A man has joined the league of Nigerians who have completed their building project at a young age.

At the beginning of a video his brother (@jnr_lamba) shared, the construction was at the level before it was plastered.

Classy interior decor/man built fine house.
The owner furnished the house after he was done building. Photo source: @jnr_lamba
Source: UGC

Nigerians hail mansion owner

Slides of the house at different construction stages were shown. When he was done with the building, he furnished it to look very classy.

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In his sitting room were very flashy pieces of furniture that show that he must have spent millions on the interior decor.

Watch the video below:

The video has gathered over 200 comments and more than 5,000 likes.

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

@Freshy money said:

"Congratulations bro."

@Ezekiel Yuan said:

"Congratulations bro more building to achieve."

@Oluwa Grace sure pass said:

"Congratulations bro more win."

@dannyinvestor said:

"Congratulations blood."

@user9048195094077 said:

"Biggest congratulations bro."

@Vibewithfrancis said:

"I tap from this blessing, amen congratulations."

@ØG PÅÑDÄ said:

"Biggest congrats. God is Good."

@user2576706511053 said:

"Congratulations. Boss more wins, How much did it cost?"

@Kasa Blanker said:

"Congratulations. God will see me throughout I will make my own keys before this year ends. AMEN."

@Janet kinda said:

"Why dem no go jealous una."

@Toxic asked:

"Na only u Build for the area???"

@savage_cruise said:

"Omo where una dey see this moni."

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Briefly News reported that Mzansi citizens were blown away by a gorgeously put-together house that a proud woman shared on a popular interior design group on Facebook. Sis deserves some national recognition!

Some people dream of the day when they can live in a home with more than one room. A mansion looks different to people depending on their circumstances.

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