Woman Buys 2-Bedroom House In Ghana For $26,000, Pulls It Down And Is Building A 5-Bedroom House In Its Place
- An African-American woman has shared how she bought a house in Ghana for $26,000 to pull it down and build an upgraded one in its stead
- She revealed that she demolished the two-bedroom house but kept the outer wall and is now building a five-bedroom house
- The lady posted a video showing the house construction progress, and many took to the post's comments to congratulate her
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An African-American lady with the TikTok handle @rahrahsl amazed many when she posted a video of how she bought a two-bedroom house in Ghana for $26,000 but demolished it to build a five-bedroom house.
She mentioned that she kept the outer walls of the two-bedroom property but pulled down everything else to make way for a five-bedroom house.
The lady shared the progress of the five-bedroom house construction, which showed men working tirelessly at the construction site with machinery. The woman added that she would regularly share the building's progress details.
Watch the video below.
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Netizens react to the video of the African-American woman's house construction
Many internet users were impressed with what the lady had done and took to the post's comments to share their thoughts. YEN.com.gh compiles some reactions below.
Kenya Adjekum Bradsh commented:
Congratulations, sis! I'm coming to Accra in December, and I'd love to connect to learn more about your builder.
Are you African-American? This is so cool! I want to do this, but do you need to be a citizen?
Ashi ashi okasha remarked:
2/1 house for 21k?? That’s cheap! Go to the next country, Togo, you will run
I love that our people are finally going home and being welcomed (for the most part, I know our people are shady too)!
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