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Osoro Cyprian: Comedian Builds Beautiful House for His Father in The Village

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Osoro Cyprian shows the beautiful house he built for his father in Nyamira. Photo/Osoro Cyprian Facebook.

Comedian Osoro Cyprian is a happy man after the completion of a house he built for his father.

Osoro shared his joy on social media and celebrated the achievement.

Sharing photos and videos of the elegant house with a flat roof and large windows, the comedian said his father took the pictures of the house.

“We left home to change home! Project done! Dad took these pics and told me to be proud of me! May it inspire someone,” Osoro said.

Osoro built the house on his family’s land in Nyamira County, according to the comedian the large windows allow adequate light.

The comedian has previously shared the construction of the house and said the initial cost was over KSh 2.5 million.

Netizens congratulated Osoro on his achievement and praised him for remembering his father.

This is very lovely. You have done very well son of Osoro. Kudos – Zippy Okoth said.

Bwana Monday should be declared a public holiday so that we celebrate – Ongiro Sangara said.

Congratulations Mine is underway I’ll showcase it soon. God mbele – This is Kev posted.

Yaa you have done it. Celebrating with you bro. May you keep winning – Fred Makori added.

Congratulations, May God bless you abundantly for doing this for your dad. Baraka – Doline Nyambati said.

Previously WoK featured the story of GK Serkal, a Kenyan content creator and comedian whose channel has over 93k subscribers and over 500 videos.

He makes humorous content centred around Luos and their lifestyle, depicting the stereotypes most people have towards them.

The married father of three diligently saved and made sacrifices so he could build his dream house.

However, before building the house, he was living in a mabati (iron sheet) house.

He said that after calculating the price of rent, he realized it was very expensive.

GK found no reason to impress people by living in a grand house where he paid a lot to the landlord.

He stayed in the mabati house for seven years.

“The plan was the money I could pay the landlord to let me save this money to buy a plot start building slowly”, GK Serkal said.