"Something Bigger": Man Makes Millions in Qatar, Builds Mother Lovely House Back Home

"Something Bigger": Man Makes Millions in Qatar, Builds Mother Lovely House Back Home

  • Sammy Lumash from Busia embarked on a journey of hope and ambition when he decided to relocate to Qatar less than a year ago in search of greener pastures
  • Initially, he worked as a security guard after arriving in Qatar but realised it was not enough to achieve his goals, which included building his mother a house
  • With increasing income months after moving to the Middle East nation, he fulfilled his dream of building a beautiful home for his mother in Busia

A Kenyan man who moved to Qatar a little less than a year ago has built his mother in Busia a beautiful home to appreciate her for being a dedicated and loving mum.

Sammy Lumash build his mother a house in Busia.
Sammy Lumash narrated his achievements since moving to Qatar. Photo: Sammy Lumash.
Source: UGC

Sammy Lumash from Busia narrated how he made significant financial progress since moving to Qatar last March in search of greener pastures.

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The man detailed to TUKO.co.ke, a widely read Kenyan media, that he had three major goals when he moved to the Gulf c: toer: tom a house, become financially stable, also explore opportunities.

When he arrived, he started as a security guard but quickly realised that earnings from the job were not enough to make him achieve the dreams that motivated him to move to Qatar.

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"I moved to Qatar in March of 2023. I decided that I wanted something bigger in my life than just being a security guard and that is when I started getting new ideas. I started selling shoes to my colleagues, I got into the accommodation business to earn an extra coin and month, by month, my earnings increased," he said.

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As soon as the money started trickling in, the man decided to build his mother his dream and motivation.

"I wanted to build a one-bedroomed house for her but I later decided to do a three-bedroom instead. I also built a decent tolet for for her," Sammy said.

He accomplished this within six months of moving to Qatar.

What challenges did Sammy face in Qatar?

Sammy revealed he made his first million within months after he started his other side hustles in Qatar and was excited to see his dreams coming true.

Nontheless, he narrated that his stay in the Middle East country has not been without challenges, as he was fired from his security guard job.

"My contract was terminated in December but God opened new doors for me as I started my career as a barista here in Qatar. I had studied about being a barista during my free time. I also did a course on care giving," he said.

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He is now happily working as a barista in the country while also pursuing his other ventures.

Abroad-based lady built house for mum

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a grateful daughter made her mother reap the fruit of her labour on her. After spending one year and two months abroad, she sent money home.

The money was used to build a beautiful house for the mother. The 25-year-old teacher (@lusanda_jiba) was proud of what she could do for the woman at a young age.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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