Man teams up with wife to build shipping container home

Man teams up with wife to build shipping container home

- A man and his wife have exhibited their creativity by building a shipping container home

- The couple say they quit their jobs and sold their houses so as to build themselves the container home

- Interestingly, the couple did not have construction experience before embarking on the project

A couple has built a shipping container home in the woods despite having no experience in construction.

Legit.ng gathers that the unidentified couple, who said they thought they were going to buy a giant tents, said they quit their jobs, sold their homes and now live in the woods.

Man teams up with wife to build shipping container home

The couple at work. Photo credit: Life Uncontained
Source: UGC

Man teams up with wife to build shipping container home

The couple and their shipping container home. Photo credit: Life Uncontained
Source: UGC

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In other news, a Ghanaian young man identified as Samuel Terkper has moved remarkably from a school drop out to become a CEO of an engineering company which takes massive orders from several companies and individuals in and around Accra.

Terkper Samuel the CEO of Don-Leaky Engineering Services (DLES) which currently has three different branches was born to Rebecca Terkper and Daniel Terkper who passed in 2005.

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He entered the Institute of Chartered Accountants after finishing SHS but realised that his strength was not in education and decided to drop out to start something on his own.

"I dropped out to search for what God has given to me," Samuel indicated.

Narrating how he found his path as a refrigeration engineer, the young CEO revealed that it was through a series of dreams.

He said: "I usually dreamt and saw myself on buildings using the tools [like someone fixing air conditioners."

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a social media user, who was simply identified as Nzwobi H, shared an inspiring story with South Africans about a young man's creativity.

The lady identified as Rosemary Egbo took to her LinkedIn page to disclose that she is happy to learn that a lot of hardworking people she knows are travelling out of the country.

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Egbo, who disclosed her friend also recently travelled to Australia, said she would have been a little sad that these people have left the shores of the country, but she is happy for them.

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