- A woman has taken her environment activism to a beautiful level
- The woman built a 7-bungalow village that supposedly helps people extend their lives on planet earth
- The beautiful habitation has other structures that include a fish pond, meeting rooms and so forth
A woman has achieved a first in the African country of Togo with an ecological space she tagged an ecovillage.
The environmental activist identified as Tokunbo Ige took to LinkedIn to showcase the habitation she built, which according to her, is aimed at aiding longevity of live via healthy living.
The 7-bungalow beautiful village comes with a fish pond, swimming pool, two meeting rooms, a restaurant amongst other interesting attractions for adult users and children alike.
Ige who described the ecovillage as her gift from the Coronavirus lockdown said the village was built to preserve the environment.
As the name implies and from the images she made available, the building is uniquely designed to cut down on activities that pollute the environment and generates its own electricity.
Social media users hailed her innovation as they found it wonderful.
Wonuola Coker said:
"So lovely. Well done Sis! Congratulations. May it continue to grow in leaps and bounds in Jesus name."
Dr Richard Munang remarked:
"Congratulations Tokunbo Ige for this exciting work you are doing. Your passion and drive to take #climateAction to another level is admirable. Keep the passion and innovation to devise solutions that touches many lives positively. This is the power of #InnovativeVolunteerism inspiring #youth #ClimateAction solutions."
Angelle B. Kwqemo wrote:
"Simply paradise. A labor of love. Congratulations."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a pretty lady had gone viral for building and plastering her house herself.
The yet-to-be-identified woman put her bricklaying skills to use as she was captured building and plastering her own house all by herself.
Bringing the lady's deed to light on Twitter @Ndi_Muvenda_ wrote:
"She didn't wait for anyone to help her build a home she did it all by herself only plastering left.."
While many tweeps celebrated her for what they described as leadership qualities, others thought it was amazing.