Lady narrates how 9-year-old boy living in uncompleted building asked if they were being sent away

Lady narrates how 9-year-old boy living in uncompleted building asked if they were being sent away

A Nigerian lady has narrated a sad scene she experienced while she was inspecting an uncompleted building. The lady identified as Bimbo Oke narrated the sad experience on her Facebook page.

The lady explained that she had gone to different locations with people to inspect houses and buildings under construction when she came across a family living in one of the uncompleted buildings.

According to the lady, she had found a woman, her newborn twins, her 3-year-old and 9-year-old children.

Oke explained that despite the fact the building was not a good shelter due to lack of windows, lack of doors and more, the family found a way to make the place comfortable for them.

Family in uncompleted building

Lady recounts her experience, says 9-year-old boy living in uncompleted building asked if they were sent away Source: Bimbo Oke
Source: Facebook

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She noted that the mother had laid down a tarpaulin for her twins to sleep. Oke revealed that the woman had noted that her husband was a labourer who was out looking for what the children would eat.

The woman had also taken Oke around the building to see how they were leaving. Oke said the family seemed to be healthy, adding that the woman had told her she was feeding her twins pap and breast-milk.

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Family in uncompleted

The boy lives with his mother and siblings inside the uncompleted building Source: Bimbo Oke
Source: Facebook

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According to her, the heartbreaking moment came when the 9-year-old son had held her hand when she was about to leave, and asked her if she was sending them away from their home (the uncompleted building).

Oke called on Nigerians to help the woman and her family. She stated that they are the ones that really need help.

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