- A Nigerian man recently left social media buzzing after he shared photos of his father’s house
- Identified as George, he celebrated his father who recently completed the house after 10 years
- The post which has since gone viral, left many social media users impressed and inspired
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Indeed, slow and steady wins the race sometimes, and this is reflected in the short but beautiful story of a Nigerian dad who recently completed his house.
His son, identified as George on Twitter, wowed many internet users when he took to the platform to share photos of his father’s new house.
According to his tweet, it took his father 10 whole years to complete the house which he started building in 2010. George in his tweet expressed how proud he was of his dad.
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He tweeted: “My dad just completed his first house. It took him 10 years but he did (he started building the house in 2010). I’m super proud of him.”
See tweet below:
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Many social media users were in awe of his story and flooded his comment section with congratulatory messages.
Many people hailed the father for his patience and determination.
See some reactions below:
In a similar story, Nigerian rapper, Erigga, recently took to his Instagram page to thank God for the completion of his new house as he shared photos of the property.
In his caption, the celebrity said that he believed in God and put in the work and that he is now glad that he has been able to build a house from Warri music money. Erriga also said that the property is 85% complete.
Also, a man who had only been identified by his Twitter handle @_MrMightyman_, took to the social media platform to gush about owning a house.
He revealed it took him years to build the house and many sacrifices but he is now the proud owner of his own home.
He captioned his post: "I finally built my dream house after years of sacrifices, now I am officially a homeowner."
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