Kind family build for their house help whose dream was to own a house one day

Kind family build for their house help whose dream was to own a house one day

- A man revealed his family's housekeeper has dreamed of owning her own house forever

- They wanted to help realise the achievement and decided to contribute to her home

- He posted photos on Facebook showing the progress of the house they are building

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A man, Derek Osborne, inspired Africans when he revealed how his family is helping their domestic worker. He wrote on the #ImStaying Facebook page on Thursday that their housekeeper has a dream of one day owning a house.

She hoped to fulfil the dream before she turned 60 and the Osborne family decided to step in and help her make it a reality. They started construction on the house and he posted photos of how they are progressing online.

Osborne's post read:

"Gloria who is our housekeeper had a dream, and that dream is to complete her house one day before she is 60. My family and I wanted to be part of that dream, because she is part of our family, and we wanted to give back to her what she has given us over the years."

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Take a look at the Facebook post below:

Family helps realise domestic worker's dream, starts building a house

Screenshot of Derek Osborne's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Family helps realise domestic worker's dream, starts building a house

Photos of the house a family is building for their domestic worker Gloria. Image credit: Derek Osborne/Facebook
Source: UGC

Family helps realise domestic worker's dream, starts building a house

Photos of the house they are building for the domestic worker. Image credit: Derek Osborne/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Thousands of people have taken to social media to thank Osborne and his family for what they are doing for their employee.

Martin Bouncer Motloung commented:

"God bless you guys. It is a big thing what you want to do for her. That's great."

Sandra Gerber said:

"Bless you. I am sure she is thrilled and excited!"

Ncebakazi Mamawabo BanaCwala added:

"God bless you for some amazing work."

Hanneline Valentine wrote:

"Wow God is going to bless you and your family."

YEN.com.gh also reported that a beautiful Ghanaian lady called Akua Pearl on Facebook has strongly advised women to reply to direct messages sent to them online after finding her love on Facebook.

In a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Akua Pearl, the stunning lady mentioned that she was contacted by a gentleman she knew from nowhere in 2016.

She chose to respond to the message and fast-forward, the man called Poko Poko became the love of her life as they are now married in 2020.

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