“You No Go Fail”: Nigerian Man Builds Small House For Village Woman, Paints It, Gives Her Bed

“You No Go Fail”: Nigerian Man Builds Small House For Village Woman, Paints It, Gives Her Bed

  • A young man who built a house for a widow in his village has shared a video showing the celebration that followed
  • The young man constructed a tiny home for the woman and bought her a bed to that she could have a better life
  • Village women who saw what the man had done danced to show their happiness for the building

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A young Nigerian man used his resources to bless the life of a poor widow in his village. He made her smile by building her a house.

The young man (@clifford_obi350) posed with the woman as he showed off the building process. The house was at the roofing stage at the beginning of the video.

Man built house in village/women celebrated him.
The man also painted the building. Photo source: @clifford_obi350
Source: UGC

Poor widow got well-painted house

Seconds into the clip, roofing sheets were added to the carpentry works that were earlier done. On completion, he painted the building.

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He also bought a mattress for the woman. Women in the village danced towards the house to celebrate his kind gesture.

Watch the video below:

Yen.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:

user3999464517449 said:

"Congratulations bro."

kevinwillams42 said:

"God will keep giving u bro."


"You will build Bigger one soon brother."

Victory.boy said:

"Congrats. But why I no see I tap from your blessings for comment section??"

Akuchinyere Rita said:

"God bless you. May you never lack."


"Your pocket shall never go dry sir, Iseeeeeee."

Vincent Ugboesotu said:

"More funds bro."

Chuks said:

"God bless you my bro. Ajeh u no go fall."

omodano said:

"I love what you did for this woman. this blessing say forget rent ma. Na God go bless u o."

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ugballa success chinemerem said:

"I tap from this grace to always impact smile in people’s faces …may you never run down financially and health wise ,Amen."

B.I.G_Rocky said:

"Hope it will not fall if heavy rain fall? Anyway congrats to her and God bless you more brother."

user5134136102226 said:

"This make me cry , may God remember me to this to my parents in Jesus name Amen."

Widow gets newly built house

Meanwhile, Yen.com.gh earlier reported that an elderly widow, Mama Shifau, who tragically lost five of her seven children to death now has cause to laugh and rejoice. Several generous Nigerians have banded together to support the woman and give her a brand-new home.

The old house and the moment she moved out were captured on camera and posted to Instagram and TikTok.

Young man builds house

In other news, a young Nigerian millionaire, @george8915, shared a video of the building project on which he spent his money.

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To show how huge the house is, the man photographed it from several perspectives. Many people congratulated him after seeing his video of the house.

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