"Finally A Homeowner": Man Shares Photo Of His 'Mansion' On Social Media, Many React To How Hilarious It Looks

"Finally A Homeowner": Man Shares Photo Of His 'Mansion' On Social Media, Many React To How Hilarious It Looks

  • A Twitter user, @realsalehUG, has amused his tweeps by sharing a photo of a house that he can call his own
  • He captioned the photo, "finally a homeowner, my humble mansion", which caused many to laugh and celebrate with him
  • The photo shared by the Twitter user showed a simple, small house that does not look bigger than a single room

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A Twitter user, @realsalehUG, shared a photo showing his property that made many netizens reel over with laughter. He captioned it, "finally a homeowner, my humble mansion" and showed a simple, small house that looked like a single room.

Twitter user flaunts his 'mansion'
realsalehUG flaunts his 'mansion'. Photo credit@realsalehUG
Source: Twitter

The small property sat on a small piece of land without any walls or hedges but had two windows for ventilation. The house looked newly built, as there was some leftover sand beside the house. Several netizens were impressed by his boldness to showcase the property; others seized the opportunity to pass some sarcastic remarks.

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Speaking exclusively to YEN.com.gh, Saleh said:

The comments of some naysayers got to me but I am proud of what I have accomplished. They have no idea what it took for me to build this. However, I have plans to expland the project once more money comes in.

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YEN.com.gh samples a few of the comments below.

Star Boy ⭐️(@StarBoyOffi) said:

Congratulations man, don’t even know u but I do know what it means to work hard for a dream and see it come to pass! One day this house will be the smallest after getting another mansion cause God is watching how grateful you are. Keep grinding, king

Dad's ka Princess proud Muslim (@ShifabintAli1) asked:

Please, do u need a housemaid? am here

@Mwase 31st commented:

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Only a stupid dog barks at the moon—some people will criticise but, deep down in their hearts, they mumble words unheard. This is a milestone, brother. Great start. I’m hopeful you’re ready for another extension

@Royalty❤️‍ (@Maria3h0) opined:

but c'mon! That land looks bigger; why would you build smth that small? It would be understandable if the land was tiny, but that size on that land just doesn't make sense

Man Shows Off Magnificent House In Ghana, Makes A Bold Statement That It Is Better Than Most Houses In America

In an earlier story, YEN.com.gh wrote about how a man flaunted a magnificent house in Ghana, showing it is better than some American houses. The TikTok user @roundinthehoudini has disproved that anything from America is superior to Ghana.

He displayed a lavish residence that resembles a palace on social media and captioned it "when they say American houses are better than Ghanaian houses." Several internet users expressed their admiration for the opulent property and pride that it was situated in Ghana.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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Richmond Setrana Richmond Setrana is a real estate editor for YEN.com.gh with 5 years of writing experience. He graduated from KNUST in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and is currently enrolled in a MA—Mass Communications program with Liverpool John Moores University. He has written for reputable platforms like meqasa.com, Noanyi, Edanra and Yourcommonwealth.org. He can be reached via: richmond.setrana@yen.com.gh

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