- Charles Okubasu lost his father earlier in the year and did not get the chance to attend his burial
- The man's mother was gravely affected by the death and has been in low spirits since then
- Charles decided to give his mum's home a facelift so she could at least find a silver lining out of the dark situation
To say that 2020 has destroyed a lot of lives would be an understatement. People have lost friendships, businesses, houses, relationships, their sanity and have also been forced to bury the loves of their lives.
For Charles Okubasu, a Facebook user, all this hits close to home.
The young man lost his father but the person who struggled so much with the untimely demise is none other than his wonderful mother.
She is still trying to readjust to life without her partner and that took a toll on her.
“It has been a tough year to many of us. I lost my dad and could not travel to pay my last respect. My mum has been struggling after dad died so I wanted to do something special for her."
Charles saw the pain his mother was going through and decided to put a smile on her face through a touching gesture.
The faithful son transformed her house into a home through a simple renovation that gave every corner the facelift it deserved.
The walls were changed from a dull shade of green to a bright, sunny shade of yellow. He then placed a plasma TV in the living room and reupholstered the seats to a cool navy blue.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that @Samke_nkwanyan inspired many as she shared an image of the house she worked hard to build.
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According to @Samke_nkwanyan, it took four months to complete the building of her home as her salary is R2,000 (N49,948.22).
@Samke_nkwanyan went on to say in a follow-up tweet that she did have R10,000 (N250,055.63) in savings.
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