The actress made a very touching gesture for her deceased grandmother by building the palatial home in the Mount Frere area in the Eastern Cape.
The curvy actress is one person who is proud of her roots and goes out of her way to show love and appreciation to her loved ones. Just two years back, Asavela gave her mother a wonderful early Christmas gift when she renovated her home.
The actress shared pictures of her mom’s stylish new home after the renovations were complete.
Great work… some moms are truly blessed❤❤ https://t.co/WVhrqE0VFv
— Modipadi🌸 (@Nolo_Mampuru) November 26, 2018
Now, barely two years later, the Isibaya actress decided to honour her late grandmother by building a palatial house for her. The Ntwenhle shared the house that she had built on social media with the caption,
To my late grandmother 🕊 ❤️
MaGamedze nosilo gele mbewu engena khoba enekhoba ifuze kulonina this is for you wandikhulisa mbhem. Hope you happy shlobo Sam 😭❤️🕊
— Asavela Mngqithi (@asamngqithi) December 21, 2020
We applaud Asavela for being conscious of her roots and for always doing right by her people. We wish her all the best in her endeavours.
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