"I'm Not Done Yet": Househelp Puts Smile on Her Parents' Faces, Fixes Their Mud House, Cute Video Goes Viral
- A househelp has been hailed on social media for improving the abode of her parents, which was a mud house
- According to the lady, she left home at the age of 19 to work as a house help in the city and returned home after a while
- On her return, she surprised her parents with new chairs, a table and a bed which they lacked in the home
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A househelp has inspired many people with her story as she shared how she made her parents happy.
The lady recalled how she was born and raised in a mud house and said she left home after her primary school entrance exam at 19.
She left for the city and worked as a house help in different homes, saving money in the process.
The lady said it has always been her dream to build her mum a house. After a while in the city, she returned home and renovated the mud house.
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She also bought new chairs, a table and a bed which needed to be added to the house. The young lady hopes to buy her parents a car someday.
Via her TikTok page, she shared a video showing the mud house and what she bought.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"Our situation, my prayer is that one day i get my mum a permanent settlement, buy everything she needs.God help me."
"May God bless you .I really like those who remember their parents..I too am going to surprise my mother too with full house furniture."
"Wow i love this ... One day my time will also come and suprise my mum."
Nyokabi Waweru said:
"Same story dear with us from a mud 2rooms to wooden 2bedrooms finally to a mansion 4bedroom fully fanished ya gorofa."
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Chebet Maiywa said:
"Not everyone whos sees this comment will believe me!The situation of this girl is actually what's going on in my life right now!.Thanks lol."
"So I shouldn't lose hope of buying my mum a house even though I am a maid, thanks for the inspiration, I'll keep working hard."
Waitress builds a house for her parents
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a waitress had built a house for her parents.
A Facebook user identified as Innocent Tino shared the news on the social media platform, urging netizens to stop complaining and instead start saving.
He said the 25-year-old lady did it courtesy of her salary and tips she put into her ajo - a Yoruba word for group savings or contributions. Tino shared his chat with the lady, where she revealed that she turned the breadwinner after her dad's demise.