- Michelle Boit gifted her parents with a four-bedroom house in Eldoret town
- She said she was motivated to build them a house after observing most of her friends in diaspora were living large as parents suffer back home
- Michelle had been working with Tullow Oil in Kenya before she moved to a Chad-based oil company with offices in Nairobi
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Nothing beats the feeling of extending gifts to your parents, especially if you grew up with literally nothing.
This was the case of a Kenyan female petroleum engineer after she decided to gift her parents a luxurious house in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu county.
Michelle Boit, who is in her early 40s, took to social media to celebrate her parents for her upbringing.
The engineer who studied in the United States said she was motivated to build her parents a four-bedroom house after observing most of her friend's parents were suffering as their children live large in the foreign nation.
She had been working with Tullow Oil in Kenya before she moved to a Chad-based oil company with offices in Nairobi.
"I have seen many of my friends in diaspora living large but the parents are suffering and living in deplorable condition. And as a way of saying thanks to my mother, I built them a house to motivate others to do the same also," she said.
The ceremony was attended by family members and a priest who presided over the handing over ceremony before sprinkling holy water in the house as a sign of blessings.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young architect wowed social media after building his mum a stunning house.
The pictures of the house were posted on Twitter by social media user Tumelo Warona.
Warona identified the man by his Twitter handle, @leoblackmann, and captioned the post: "A young Limpopo Architect built his mother this house at their village in Limpopo Province outside of Polokwane."
In other news, a Nigerian woman identified as Nwamaka Oparaoji has taken to social media to narrate how she survived since she lost her father at the age of nine.
Nwamaka, who took to her LinkedIn page to share her story, said she travelled to the United States with a bachelor's degree and worked at Kentucky Fried Chicken drive-through window.
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