'Good Job' Kenyans React After A Man Posted His House Being Constructed On Facebook
By @Pmejja | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 11927 views
Building of a house in the recent times has emerged to be expensive for many people. This explains why many young people have resorted to living in rented houses.
A man decided to post on Facebook Page his incomplete house and indicated that it has taken almost one year and half to reach where it is now. According to this man he looked for people to bake bricks. He later assembled all the required materials at his own pace. He has been constructing it when he only gets money. Here are some of the pictures of his house.
Kenyans reacted differently concerning the house. Here are some of the reactions in screenshots.
Most of them encouraged him for the good job and advised him to continue with that spirit till the house is complete. In my view everything is possible if one is dedicated.
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