- Many are celebrating with a Nigerian family who bought a new house in London despite the pandemic
- Video of the building shows a clean and beautiful interior that got many wishing the house was theirs
- The family gave God all the glory for making what seems impossible easy for them
A Nigerian family of two children has got their dream life achieved abroad and they are so excited about it all as many celebrated with them.
Sharing photos on Twitter, the mother, Sandra Igwe, revealed that they bought a four-bedroom house in London during a pandemic, a time when many are trying to save for survival.
She said that though getting the property at such a time is a tough call, they were glad they pulled through by the grace of God.
The Nigerian couple posed with their children in front of the new house. A subsequent tweet has a video showing the building's exquisite interior.
See the post below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has got over 20,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Ur husband is fine o. E done da enter my eyes, congrats."
"This is amazing Sandra well done babe, soooo proud of you what an accomplishment."
"This is amazing and so inspirational!! Thank God almighty! Did you document your journey anywhere? I have so many questions but happy to be pointed to anywhere you’ve already talked about it."
"Congratulations! That is GOD for you. He specializes in impossibilities. Ile a tura."
"In London? This is GORGEOUS!!! Floor is so beautiful I could lick it, lol! CONGRATULATIONS to you all. Wishing you happiness in your new home."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Nonso and with the Twitter handle @Serioussist came online to share his family's relocation story.
In a tweet on Wednesday, January 20, the man said he and his wife left Nigeria, a move that he called a "hard reset", suggesting they were at their lowest low when they did.