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She Left USA to build a LUXURIOUS Village Home in the Zimbabwe!

Let’s take a tour of this beautiful home i Motoko. People are building amazing homes. Come with me as I walk through the house wit the owner.

When most people hear of Mutoko they think nothing good is going on there and most people there are backward but take a look at this beautiful house built in Mutoko.

Mutoko is a small town in Mashonaland East province, Zimbabwe. It was established as an administrative station in 1911. It lies 143 km from Harare. It is named after the local chief, Mutoko. The town is the capital of the Mutoko District, which is inhabited by the Buja people.

Mutoko is considered one of the major breadbaskets of Zimbabwe. Mutoko area is also known for being very mountainous, and as such is an important source of granite stone.

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All credit goes to MR Zim on Youtube.

Source | Mr Zim YouTube | Additional Reporting by Kells ZiMetro News

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