Tom Nyakaba has narrated how he built his dream house worth 6.6M using his savings and a loan he took from a sacco.He started building his mansion in 2020 until it is now complete.
"I took a Sacco loan and added my savings to do my dream house.It finally cost me Ksh 6.6 Million," he said.
He narrated this during an interview with tuko.co.ke.According to him he used the opportunity since he didn't come from a well off family.He came from a very humble background and didn't get the opportunity to live a decent life since he came from a struggling family.
He narrated how they used to sleep in a grass-thatched house with his brothers and he now gives glory to God for blessing him with a good house.
"I used to sleep in a grass thatched house with my brothers,and to be here is humbling.Above all I give Glory to God.Also having been brought up by a single parent, I wanted to make my mother proud of her hardwork,' he said.
He also mentioned that he build his house to inspire young ones who are afraid of building houses in their rural homes due to the fear of witchcraft.
"I built this house to show the young people that witchcraft is a fallacy and no one can kill anyone for building a good house.Some of the guys from my village fear building great houses because of witchcraft the narrative I wanted to change," he said.
Below is the inside section of Tom's mansion.
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