– A young man recently posted pictures of the house he built for his mom online
– Kris Bareki took to Twitter to share the pics as well as a touching message about restoring her dignity
– Twitter users congratulated him on his note-worthy achievement
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A young man has not only managed to make his mother both proud and overjoyed, he has also managed to motivate thousands of South Africans. This was after he took to Twitter to share some brilliant news.
In his Twitter post, Kris Bareki shared pictures of the beautiful and big home that he had just finished building for his mother. The post features pictures of before the home was done as well as the final masterpiece.
He captioned the amazing post:
“From growing up in a mud hut to the financial & emotional drain of investing in this building. Restoring dignity. A dream I always wanted to give to my MOTHER while alive! One of my proudest projects.”
His followers who were taken aback but pleasantly inspired by the huge gesture reacted to the heartfelt post nearly a thousand times. They also shared many congratulatory messages with the proud young man.
Here are some of those messages.
“Kris! God is going to bless you immensely, Every facet of your life will be greatly blessed. Well done.”
“This is amazing! Congratulations on getting this done for her! She must be so elated.”
While @blacgemini said:
“This is the content I signed up for. Congratulations Kris.”
A young man just built his mom a house. Source: Twitter/Kris Bereki
Meanwhile Bioreports earlier reported that a young lady, who was identified as Adorlee Nthonifheni Mudau, proved that women have what it takes to build their own empires.
The graduate is not waiting on employment to find her, instead, she decided to take matters into her own hands – literally. Mudau decided to start making her own bricks, which she will use to build a store. The inspiring lady will then open a business where people can buy eggs.
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