Actress Eucharia Anunobi slams people who build palatial houses in villages
Nigerian actress Eucharia Anunobi has published a video on her Instagram page to slam people who own palatial homes in their villages.
The veteran thespian stated that it was meaningless to build a beautiful house in the village without staying in the place.
Eucharia went on to admonish people to avert their income into development of their hometown instead of building a massive house without residing there.
She captioned her video.
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“Why build monumental monuments as village homes that you don’t live in regularly but visit once or twice a year, and where you may not even retire to , or even if you eventually retire to it , it’s manageability becomes a big problem.
Why don’t you rather invest in building estates and provide affordable housing for humanity”
Listen to her speak.
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