Lady grew up in tiny leaky hut, her mom builds stunning home

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– Nancy Bisiere said her family of four were evicted from a house at a young age because of arrears in rent

– They had to move into a hut that leaked when it rained, and the iron sheets also melted while cooking

– One day she heard her mother wishing she had a nice, comfortable house that she could call herself

– The wish broke her heart and she swore to fulfill her mother’s dream; With her savings and the support of her partner, the dream has now become a reality

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One Kenyan woman inspired many after detailing how she fulfilled her mother’s dream of becoming a homeowner by building her own home.

Pictures of the tiny hut where Bisiere and her family lived after they were evicted. Photo: Nancy Bisiere / Facebook.
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Nancy Biisieri shared pictures of the tiny leaky shack her family of four had to live in when she was young after being evicted.

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The lady shared her encouraging story on popular Facebook group Glam My Home, saying she was behind on a KSh 18,000 rent and was thrown on the street.

Derelict house

After they were evicted, the company their mother worked for gave them a tiny house that was far from comfortable.

Bisiere said the dilapidated house was small and the four, her two brothers, herself and her mother had to squeeze because they had no choice.

A woman who grew up in a tiny leaky shack makes her mother's dream come true by building her own house

Bisiere built her mother a better house, a long way from the hut she grew up in. Nancy Bisiere / Facebook.
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“It leaked when it was raining, hence the nylon paper on top of the mosquito net. The iron sheets melted while cooking and the toilets and washroom outside were no laughing matter; maggots and everything,” the woman said.

The silver lining in all of these uncomfortable conditions was that they didn’t pay rent and their mother was focused on raising their children in high school and college.

Mother’s dream of owning a house

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One day, the now successful woman said she heard her mother wishing she had a nice, comfortable home to call herself.

“Mom mentioned, ‘I wonder how it would feel to live in a locked house’ that she can call herself,” said Bisiere in her post.

Her mother’s wish struck a chord and she vowed to grant it, even though it was the last thing she would do.

A woman who grew up in a tiny leaky shack makes her mother's dream come true by building her own house

Her mother is now the proud owner of an independent house, just as she wanted it to be. Photo: Nancy Bisiere / Facebook.
Source: UGC

She dug into her savings and, with the help of her partner, built her mother exactly the house she wanted.

The woman said that although she has not yet furnished the new house with new seats, dining table, refrigerator and stove, she is impressed with the progress she has made.

“Really, when you get to your end, you will find that God lives there and that He takes care of you even in the most difficult of situations,” said the lady as she finished her story.Law student goes to work while writing exams, manages to finish

In a separate story TUKO.co.ke reported about an Eldoret engineer who gave her parents a luxurious house.

The engineer, who studied in the United States, said she was motivated to build a four-bedroom house for her parents after observing that most of her friend’s parents suffered from their children living big in the foreign nation.

The ceremony was attended by family members and a priest who presided over the delivery ceremony before sprinkling holy water into the house as a sign of blessing.

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