Kind man and wife come together to build single mother of 4 a house

Kind man and wife come together to build single mother of 4 a house

- A man, Bongani Prince Khoza, was touched by the living conditions of a single mother of four

- Khoza managed to rally the support of his community and they built the woman a house

- The story inspired thousands on social media and he was hailed a hero

A man, Bongani Prince Khoza, and his wife secretly raised money to build a house for a woman they barely knew.

Khoza took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to detail how he and his wife were touched by the story of a single mother of four.

The mom lives in a one-bedroom shack with kids and Khoza learned about their story. She told him that she lives alone after her husband left them a long time ago.

He spoke to the local council about an RDP and they said there was no budget to build the mother a house.

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So, Khoza - who is a labour worker - and his wife decided to secretly put away money and ended up saving enough to build the mom a house.

They managed to build the woman a two-bedroom house, learned.

Take a look at the post below:

Ubuntu: Community comes together to build mother of 4 a house

Screenshot of Bongani Prince Khoza's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

Ubuntu: Community comes together to build mother of 4 a house

Left - Photo of the house they build the mom of four. Right - Bongani Prince Khoza. Photo credit: Bongani Prince Khoza/Facebook.
Source: UGC

The post warmed the hearts of social media users, who applauded Khoza and his community for helping the struggling mother.

Renica Ramlugan commented:

"God's blessings upon you and your family. Great heart."

Louise Kurten said:

"What a wonderful gesture you and your wife are the salt of the earth. God Bless you."

Anne-Marie Kietzmann added:

"What a wonderful inspiration you are; God willing others in your community will follow your example and do the same for their struggling neighbours."

In other news, reported that some Yoruba Nollywood actors who are based abroad have dropped a video to create awareness on the danger of coronavirus.

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The Yoruba-speaking actors who do not reside in the country told fans to listen to government officials and stay at home. They also advised on the importance of washing their hands as well as using alcohol-based sanitizers.

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