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Kunle Afolayan brandishes new house and gives encouraging words to Hardworking Nigerians

Kunle Afolayan,Nollywood producer and actor posted the photos of his new house on Instagram for the world to see but he said his reason for posting it, is not to show off but to encourage hardworking Nigerians to keep on working hard and believe.

Kunle made a video of his new house probably from a Jet in the sky; the exterior of his house is very lovely, the house has a swimming pool, car port and the view at night is heavenly!

If the exterior of Kunle’s house is so lovely, I wonder what the inside will look like lol!

Read below his write up and scroll down for photos:

Hmmmm! Some people may see this as show off but the wise will see beyond the surface . My main motive of putting this video out is firstly, To appreciate the goodness of God in my life but majorly to use it as a medium to minister and encourage every hardworking Nigerian out there that if you put your mind to what you believe in, be realistic in your approach and deal with people with one mind then you are surely not far from your goal and you surely will get there even though it may take time. The dream of an average Nigerian in entertainment industry is to live like the well to do American artist (Beverly hills). Let us all work towards building our own Beverly hills in Nigeria. I say thank you to God and all you fans out there for your tremendous support thus far and I pray and wish everyone of us our heart desires. I desired this and I got it, surely you can too. Ire”.

Kunle Afolayan well known for his movies ‘October 1’ , ’ The Figurine’ and  ‘Phone Swap’ has been working very hard to produce good quality movies. He is part of the new Nollywood and since he stepped into the game he has become a pacesetter.

Kudos to you on your new house and please keep up the good work!!!

 

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