“How Many Blocks?” Man Builds Small House on His Land, Shows How Foundation Was Done, Roofs It

“How Many Blocks?” Man Builds Small House on His Land, Shows How Foundation Was Done, Roofs It

  • A video showing the building process of a one-room home went viral and inspired many people online
  • The owner of the room said he worked hard to build his humble abode and that he was proud of his accomplishment
  • Netizens flooded the gent's comments section and wrote him touching congratulatory messages

One man, @1issa_m, won over people with his realness about the circumstances of life. He posted a video showing how his one-room, which was recently built from the foundation up.

SA man built a one-room house and proudly showed off the finished home
A video showing the building process on a one-room house went viral. Image: @1issa_m
Source: UGC

Proud man shares his accomplishment on TikTok

The guy mentioned in the video that he is proud even though other people might consider his room small.

He expressed that he is still young and that maybe one day he will have a bigger home to brag about, so people can judge if they want.

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People reacted with nothing but kindness in the comments and reassured the gent that the building of his room was a significant achievement.

Watch the TikTok video below:

People congratulates the guy on his new home

@user39472024061522 said:

"Well done buti, definitely bigger things are coming, sikubona ngalomsenzi umhle."

@MasixoleMike wrote:

"Wow usebenzile bhuti."

@Mashembu commented:

"A place called home."

@Cyndie stated:

"Well done. How many bricks did you use."

@xolisambobo wrote:

"Well done, that's a very big step you are making. well done."

@akon8561 mentioned:

"Well done brother, my worry is the M6 block on the foundation. The level of your verandah against the ground, the storm water might give you problems."

@ngwest13 said:

"Hayi I'm judging you my brother, awu waze wenza isfiso sami. May god give you power."

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@Shawdy added:

"Amandla akho be proud."

@amandadebruin818 commented:

"Well done boza."

Man completed his building

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, @governorpounds, took his pastor to his building site before he started laying his foundation, and the clergyman prayed on the site and anointed his palms.

A video he shared showed how the project quickly took shape. Immediately after the house was roofed, labourers started working on the interior decor as POPs were installed.

Girlfriend celebrated boyfriend who built house

In similar news, a young Nigerian lady, @only_one_edna1, shared a video that captured the new house her boyfriend built and completed in the month of April.

The lady tagged the video, "Congrats to my love. April didn't come to play". At the beginning of the clip, the building project was seen at the foundation level.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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