Bimbo Afolayan buys parents new home after mum was harassed by landlord

Bimbo Afolayan buys parents new home after mum was harassed by landlord

- Nollywood actress Bimbo Afolayan has bought her parents a new home

- The actress took to her Instagram page to share pictures and a video of the house

- This is coming months after Bimbo's mum was harassed by their landlord

Nollywood actress Bimbo Afolayan has bought her parents a new home. Pictures and a video of this have been posted on social media.

YEN.com.gh notes that this is coming months after her mother was harassed by their landlord.

Actress Bimbo Afolayan buys parents new home

Actress Bimbo Afolayan. Photo Credit: @bimboafolayan/Instagram
Source: Instagram

The actress, who is also the wife of movie director Okiki Afolayan, took to her Instagram page to share pictures and video of the house.

She congratulated her parents and thanked everyone that made it possible.

In other news, a Twitter user with the handle @Its_Khaya_ has shown off the home she bought for her mother.

She revealed it took a decade of hard work to finally have enough to build the house.

The post was captioned: "After 10 years of hard work I've managed to buy this house for my mother. I know it's a small house but it shall be a happy home."

South Africans were inspired by the post and they applauded @Its_Khaya_ in the comments section.

Twitter user, @SalimMathomane, commented: "Nothing such as small, sis."

Social media user, @tseps1910, wrote: "If you can remove the ‘I know it’s small’ what matters that it came from your heart. Well done mama."

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @loistruly took to the microblogging site to narrate how she was saved from depression by a street urchin popularly called agbero.

The lady, who said she quit her job and was homeless in 2019, said she was struggling to not fall into depression.

According to her, she went to Victoria Island in Lagos to see a movie so as not to drown in her sadness. She said the play lifted her spirit a bit, but she was still sad.

She tweeted: "I was still in a dark place, but I decided I was done being sad. I started playing Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop the Feeling and walking down from Terra Kulture to Eko hotel roundabout because my money would finish if I didn't walk."

Source: Yen

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