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"Mungu ni Mkuu" Man Gets Kenyans Talking After Sharing How He Moved From 'Matope' to Permanent House

A middle-aged man has left Kenyans talking after sharing how he managed to transform his home, starting from upgrading his house from a 'matope' structure to a permanent one.

Joseph Kipsang took to social media and posted pictures of his home, from since he was living in a small house to a modern permanent house in the village.

He noted that he started with a grass-thatched house but kept on dreaming for a better house, a dream that came to pass.

"Don't laugh at me, but I started very far. I lost the photo of the Nyasi House I started with. Thanking God for every step. Slowly Slowly, but sure. Working now on the interior, alafu nikajenga Kanyumba ya wazee hapo inje," he posted.

The pictures he shared clearly indicated Kipsang has made bold steps in life. His current home looks modernized and decent.

Kenyans reactions

Kenyans on social media have flocked in the comment section, to praise the man for his determination.

Have a look at what Kenyans are saying on Facebook

Ivy Chepkoech: Congratulations.. people come from far

Maingi Lillian: Sure...from one glory to another beautiful.....God is faithful, we have to start somewhere...humbleness....wachana na kustart from you....happy for you!

Wicky Wyqlef: Nko hapo step yako ya 3.... hopefully soon my story shall change

Kangethe Wa Susana: dio ujue u are moving some whr wengi wetu ata hatujaaza mushukuru mungu sana

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