- Rosemary Akora's life started in a mud house situated in the village
- But she made sure that situation was not permanent
- After growing up and saving a few coins, the determined woman built her parents a brand new home
Your past does not affect your future. Or maybe it does but in a positive way?
Take a look at most guys who grew up in poverty. Often, they pull through and make it to the top like the kings and queens they are.
They claw themselves to the top of the ladder because they know that staying down or out of the game is not an option.
That is simply a risk they are willing to take.
Rosemary Akora, a Facebook user, is not a prideful woman but she is indeed a proud daughter.
She did not grow up in a fancy mansion with workers swarming every corner. No, she was brought up in a mud-walled home in the village.
But that moulded her into a determined woman who knew too well that one day, she had to say thank you to her parents one way or another.
The woman with humble beginnings built a breathtaking brick-walled house to replace her parents’ old residence.
She then shared the photos of the exterior part of the home and if that is not enough inspiration then tell us what is.
The walls were coated in a beautiful shade of orange mixed with a touch of lime.
The grass outside was well maintained and the environment was simply serene as seen in the photos shared on social media.
Being able to build a new home for yourself and your family is a lovely achievement, one that is worthy of a hearty celebration.
In similar news, a young South African mother recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to celebrate building a new home for herself and her daughter.
In a heartwarming post, Dine Okon explained how she and her daughter moved from home to home without having a place of their own to settle down in. She also explains how proud she is of herself.
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