- A young architect has won over South Africans with his gift to his mother
- The man, @leoblackmann, built his mother a stunning house in Limpopo
- Social media users were in awe of the home and applauded him online
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On Monday, social media user Tumelo Warona posted snaps on Twitter of a house a young architect built for his mother.
Warona identified the man by his Twitter handle, @leoblackmann, and captioned the post:
"A young Limpopo Architect built his mother this house at their village in Limpopo Province outside of Polokwane."
Take a look at the post below:
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The post received over 13 700 likes and South Africans loved the home @leoblackmann built for his mama.
Twitter user, @Sthembiso_RSA, commented:
"Amazing mother and son, beautiful house."
Another tweep, @nosiphi85848005, wrote:
"Instead of flaunting money on expensive cars. He chose to honor his mom. This is wisdom."
Nevin Sandra, who goes by the Twitter handle @nevin_sandra, added:
"Beautiful house. Your Mum is blessed to have a son like you. Strike off another major achievement in your life."
Cameron Mpho, @Cameronmomoo, said:
"Wow, congratulations to the brother for the beautiful house in the village."
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the wife of popular Ghanaian marriage counsellor George Lutterodt, Abigail Naa Yemoley, has successfully delivered an adorable baby. Beaming with smiles in some stunning images online, George Lutterodt, announced that his wife had given birth to a new child.
The controversial Ghanaian counsellor, however, did not disclose the gender of his new baby.
Announcing the latest addition to his family, proud Lutterodt expressed appreciation to his wife for making him a father again.
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