Man Living in Canada Returns Home, Realises Wife Built Mud House With Dollars He Sent, Regrets

Man Living in Canada Returns Home, Realises Wife Built Mud House With Dollars He Sent, Regrets

  • A man from Kisii County returned home from abroad to find his mud-walled house incomplete despite sending money to his wife for its construction
  • Shocked and disappointed, Ongiri discovered that the funds he sent for the house were not used as agreed upon with his wife
  • A building expert, Gbenga Muritala, said that there is a huge difference between mud and block houses

A man from Kisii county has expressed his disappointment after coming home to an incomplete mud-walled house that his wife supposedly built with the money he sent while abroad.

The Kisii man visiting the mud-walled home.
The Kisii man claimed he sent his wife lots of money to build a house, but she did not. Photo: Thee PL YouTube.
Source: UGC

Ongiri, who recently flew back home, got the shock of his life after discovering that the money he sent his wife was not put to the intended purpose as they had agreed.

Speaking on Brighton Thee PL YouTube channel, the man was dumbfounded as he visited the site where his grand house was meant to have been constructed with the funds he sent home.

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"Even recently, she had asked me for money to buy some windows. I sent around KSh 150k (N1,773,513) and said it would cost KSh 90k (N1,064,107.80)," he told the YouTuber.

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Ongiri said he had trusted his wife fully while he was abroad, and he did not thus involve his mother in his dealings with his wife.

Even more shocking was that the mud-walled house was also incomplete.

"I tried reaching her yesterday and demanded to know where my house is and the money for investments that I had sent her. I also called her, but my calls went unanswered," he said.

Kisii man says he trusted wife

He also showed the message he sent the woman, demanding an account of the money he had sent her. From the message, it emerged that the couple has one child.

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"I truly thought I could trust her and that she was the one for me. I didn't know she could do this," the heartbroken man said.

He insisted he will have to recover his money from his wife so that he can rebuild himself.

In an initial video posted by the YouTuber, the woman confessed to having lied about building the house.

"The photos that I sent of an ongoing construction are from my neighbour. But you should forgive me. I am your wife," the woman said as the man broke into tears.

Mud house vs Block building

Speaking with Gbenga Murituala on the building structures, he mentioned the weakness of mud houses. He said:

"One thing about mud house houses is that you must roof it as soon as you get to the lintel level. Unlik a block house, you can't leave for rainfall. The day a mud house get to level, it must be covered."

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Man sent brother money to build house

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man living abroad with his family trusted his brother, Ridwan, and sent money home to have a house built for them.

The man's wife, Brunell Donald Kyei, was surprised when she saw the house Ridwan had built for them in their absence.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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