Kenyans were shocked after the late marathon Kelvin Kiptum's house was beautifully constructed and finished in less than a week.

The seemingly impossible left Kenyans mesmerized as people thought that it would have been impossible to build the house and complete it in a week.

Shock on Kenyans as things turned out as planned by the president, William Ruto who was funding the construction through his government.


    • musiya_paul_So it's possible pia kujenga mashule and furnish them within weeks๐Ÿค”
    • lewis_ycotThis is the the first completed project by kk Government.
    • miss_chebet.mWith the way I know African families... I bet the wife will not see this house ๐Ÿ˜ข
    • thee_van__Nani atakua analala huko saa
    • mrbradley__Tumetenga billioni Kumi ya kujenga nyumba kama hizo bora ukufe tu๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‘
    • benadettahThis is the same effort that should be used to improve this economy ๐Ÿ”ฅ
    • bossqueen_keHospitali na classes zingekua zinajengwa haraka hivi tungekuwa mbali as a country ๐Ÿ’ฉ
    • muriithi3677Hao mafundi ndo wanaeza eleza whats working under pressure means๐Ÿ˜‚
    • mariahhlyAnything is possible in kenya ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    • mercy_k_njokiPeople had alot to say about this ! But sai kumenyamaza . This house is nice watu waache ushamba
    • vancekimsYangu nilianza 3yrs ago na sijamaliza. I only need 4 million1
    • annemugethaThis is about to be 100million project by UDA ๐Ÿ˜11h10 likesReply
    • dklastonMashule na hospitali ndio wameshindwa kujenga ?11h19 likesReplySee translation
    • judith_muliAfricans refuse to embrace this technology of alternative building materials. Lazima aumie ajenge ya mawe for years. I love this technology

Marathon world record holder Kelvin Kiptum died following a fatal accident that happened on the 11th of February.

The president honored his wish and decided to build a family home for the late athlete.

The house only took 6 days to be completed, leaving people in shock at how it was built as it turned out well.

Ruto's mission was to ensure that the house was built and completed before Kelvin Kiptum's burial as it was his wish to build his family a home before his death.