- An inspiring photo of a woman who bought her family land for Christmas is doing the rounds on social media
- The photo was posted by @kulanicool on Twitter and shows that the mother of three bought 20.77 acres of land
- The bold move has left many online users inspired to invest in land and Saffas also shared their views on the post
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Social media user @kulanicool left Saffas inspired when he shared a post of a mother, believed to be from America, who bought her children land as a Christmas present.
The post shows the mother pictured with her three children holding a poster that is written:
"Congratulations Kenya & Family on your purchase of 20.77 acres."
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The mother of three showed boss moves and online users expressed their pride on the bold and meaningful purchase. Here are some of their responses to the tweet:
“Wooow. This is exactly what I intend to do when my 7 year old turns 18. God bless her and her kids. God bless me and my kids too. We all need to be doing this at some point in our lifetime if we can.”
“This is amazing. Wouldn't mind copying her move.”
“Yah while some are buying Ice Tropez.”
“My question is she bought the land from who? Why whites are selling land which doesn't belongs to them?
“She’s in America duh. That’s not South Africa, duh.”
“We're going to grab land for free 2022.”
“Then there are others waiting for free land.”
“Just grab. Don't stress yourself.”
“There was a time when I thought buying land was a pipe dream. Not anymore. Please explore tribal lands. There are pros and cons everywhere.”
“Sad that we are buying land in our land. Good job though.”
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In more inspirational news, YEN.com.gh previously reported on a local woman who is being given the plaudits by her social media followers after expressing her view on what it means to enjoy a "soft life".
Heading online, the Twitter user @KaraboKotuu, posted a picture that shows her standing next to what looks like a Hyundai Grand i20.
The tweet seemed to go down well with her followers, as many lauded the ride in the background and the apparent maturity they seemed to deduce from the tweet.
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