Man restores granny's dignity, builds a home for her and the grandkids

Man restores granny's dignity, builds a home for her and the grandkids

- A local man recently took to Twitter to thank everyone who helped build a home for a Mzansi granny and her grandkids

- The heartwarming post also featured a picture of the beautiful home the gogo will now live in

- Mzansi loved the post, many of them commending the people who played important roles in the heartwarming project

A local man recently headed to Twitter to share that a house had just been completed for a local grandma and her grandkids. In the heartwarming post, @lemdzabu thanks everyone who played a part in the project.

The post also features a picture of the home that the gogo will now occupy with her loved ones. There is also a picture of the rundown hut that the old lady used to live in and in the caption he explains that they will be working on similar projects in the future.

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"We finally did it. Thanks to all those who donated into this project. A grandmother and her grandchildren have their dignity restored. We are going for another project soon. We hope to receive the same support. We won't stop until everyone has his/her dignity restored," he writes in the caption.

One proud Mzansi resident @MsutfuNcamiso had this to say:

"God bless you and all who contributed to make this happen."
A local man shared a pic of the home he built for a gogo

Mzansi lauds the man who helped build a home for a granny and her grandchildren. Images: @lemdzabu
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In similar touching YEN.com.gh reports, being able to spoil your parents is a blessing, a blessing which a young South African woman can totally relate to. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Dimpho Ntomby Khumalo - Ntombela shared a picture of the fridge she had just bought for her mom.

"I didn't have much to show how grateful I am for having my mom after my dad passed in 2017... It wasn't easy as I wasn't working I had a broken ankle and was in and out of hospital now and again but she was there.
"Last year November I had an opportunity to work as a contractor at a book shop didn't pay much but I managed to save the lil I got to surprise her. Combining my salary and grant money I managed to get her this," she wrote.

Source: Yen

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