Inspiring: Single mother exchanges a shack for double storey house
South Africans Twitter users were inspired by a single mother who traded a shack which she lived for 30 years to a double-storey house courtesy of her son.
Posting on social media, entrepreneur and businessman Lekau Sehoana who owns the Drip footwear brand revealed that he bought his mother a double-storey house in one of the fancy suburbs.
Lekau Sehuona who won multiple business wards claims that his parents divorced in 1990 prompting her mother to raise four children in a shack which she continued to stay for 30 years.
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Lovely… i also know of a lady who got divorced btw 2010 – 2012. She got kicked out of the family home. Daughter sided with the dad but sons with the mum. The sons recently surprised her with a brand new Legend 50 and are abt to complete a double-storey house for her.
What a incredible story… We working for Bomma! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
— Cellular® ❁ (@Cellular_ZA) January 3, 2021
Congratulations, I am sure that the happiness that you created in your mother will add more years to her life. When our parents are happy, they pray for us and we are successful
Absolutely love to see it. May God continue to keep her so that she experiences many things you are yet to do for her. God bless you in abundance.
Sad thing about some black men is that they try to destroy the mother and children after breakups for some reason.
I am inspired by your story. It really gives hope to many who are still trying to catch the train of successful entrepreneurs. I am inspired.
God bless parents and guardians who are committed and faithful in raising up children. Your mother deserves EVERYTHING good you have to offer…