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Don’t build house with your money, it’s not wise – Man advises



A young man has advised working class individuals to be use their income wisely and not expend it on huge projects.

The lad known as Nguea Dipita took to his TikTok account to advise people not to use their income to build house.

He said it is a liability and buttressed his point with a story of a building someone commenced in his area.

According to Nguea, the building was started in his neighbourhood when he was in primary school but the owner was unable to complete it due to unknown reasons, so he abandoned the structure since that time.

He said that the biggest mistake anybody who is financially stable can make is to immobilise their money all in the name of building houses.

Nguea went on to state that the wise move would be to invest their active income and channel the interest from the income into another investment.

He then explained that after accumulating interests from different investments, they can begin the construction of the house from a third investment move.

Watch the video below:

@dr_nguea_dipita Be wise #drnguea #foryoupage #financialfreedom #entrepreneurship #trendigvideo #businessmindset #viral #investment ♬ original sound – Dr. Nguea Dipita

In other news, a Nigerian man who lives and works in Dubai recently returned to see the beautiful house his family built with the money he’s been sending home.

He celebrated after realising that his hard earned money was actually used for the purpose for which it was meant.
The moment he landed at the airport upon his return to Nigeria was captured on tape and the young man was beaming with energy.

When he was taken to the mansion, he jumped in jubilation knowing that his family members helped him build it while he was in Dubai working.

The happy man knelt down outside the house, raised his hands up to the Heavens and gave thanks to Jesus Christ.

After the gate was opened by a woman, he quickly ran inside, went on his knees again before proceeding to enter the main house.

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