– Nelly Ngubeni took to Facebook to share an inspirational story in which she thanked a friend for building her a house
– She posted a pic of herself and her friend and captioned the post with “Thank you very much for a beautiful house you build for me”
– Social media users flooded the comments section with messages of congratulations
Nelly Ngubeni shared her amazing story on Facebook in the #ImStaying group. She revealed that her friend built a house for her.
Her post was a way of saying thanks to the lady that helped make her dream come true.
She captioned the photo:
“Thank you very much for a beautiful house you build for me.”
Facebook users flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages. Although some people had some negative comments but the majority of the people told her to ignore those people.
Juan de Villiers:
“People with the negative comments, please post here what you have done for someone else.”
“Congrats on the house, very beautiful.”
“How ungrateful are people these days…this lady could have used her money on her family or friends and she chose to bless someone else, families are living on the streets and in shacks and u would rather mock and speak badly about the good gesture that this woman is doing, ur mentality is in the bin if u cant just congratulate this woman on her new house and wish her well…your negativity comes thru jealousy and it stinks!!!”
“Beautiful …let’s continue to love each other and care, regardless of our skin colour and culture.”
“Together we can build this beautiful country forward…”
Tshidi Ahluma Fexenge:
“Wow, this is wonderful, congratulations and may God bless her abundantly.”
In other news, your past does not affect your future. Or maybe it does but in a positive way? Take a look at most guys who grew up in poverty.
Often, they pull through and make it to the top like the kings and queens they are. They claw themselves to the top of the ladder because they know that staying down or out of the game is not an option. That is simply a risk they are willing to take.
Rosemary Akora, a Facebook user, is not a prideful woman but she is indeed a proud daughter.
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