A man has left Kenyans reacting after he shared adorable photo of a beautiful house he has built after saving despite being a BOM teacher.
Saleh Clarissa shared the photos on Facebook. He captioned his post "I was working as a BOM teacher some few years ago. I knew financial discipline despite the challenge at the work place. I managed to save a few hundreds of thousands from a salary of 24k, bought a small piece of land, built a small house then. The house has so far consumed 460,000. The final design was my dream house but the blue roofed one is what I managed. One day, I will be able to build a big, family house in a pristine area. Keep dreaming."
Screenshot of Saleh's post on FacebookPhoto of Saleh's house
Photo of Saleh's dream house
Netizens have reacted to Saleh's post claiming he has tried his best. They Congratulated him for the good work he has done.
They also added that dreams are valid and indeed one day, Saleh will own a big house of his dream.
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