- A Nigerian man named Matthew Eguavoen has taken to Twitter to share the before and after photos of his house
- He showed the state of the building before he decided to rebuild it and turn it into a mansion that has wowed many Twitter users
- Nigerians on the platform took to the comment section to congratulate him on the feat and also ask how he managed to transform the house
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A Twitter user, Matthew Eguavoen has shared photos of his new house and he has literally broken the internet.
He showed the public what his house looked like in the past before he decided to pull it down and build a new one to his taste.
3 bedroom flat takes internet by storm
The old building looked straight like a boy's quarter, with many parts looking rusty and worn out.
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The new building, however, is a 3 bedroom flat that is clearly a mansion when compared to the old structure that was destroyed.
Many internet users have congratulated him on the feat, while some are asking him how much it cost to achieve the aesthetic beauty of the building.
Matthew responded that it cost him a lot of money but refused to mention a specific amount.
See his tweet below:
Twitter users congratulate him
"Congrats bro, you’ve got a great taste like me too. Happy for you. However I want to ask, was the house rebuilt or you did a major renovation?"
"For how long have you been hustling bro? I feel like am a failure already. Sorry congratulations first of all."
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"To build a house just like this with the interior and all, how much would it cost?"
"Congratulations bro. I pray to God to grant me double portion of this grace. Amen."
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Before the gesture, he lived in a muddy thatch in extreme poverty under heart-wrenching conditions, going without food for days sometimes.
The fate of the aged man with visual impairment received a glimpse of hope after his plight came to the attention of the Bernard Nketiah Ministries. Then, the journey to provide him with a dignifying accommodation began.
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