You can never imagine an extent one would go to build the mansion of his dream.

An anti-corruption crusader claims he had to work as an Okada man, while driving Kabu Kabu to earn enough money to also furnish his home.

Vietnamese anti-corruption official, Nguyen Ky, is not happy with his own achievements especially now that the spot light is shining on him.

He has reportedly disobeyed orders to voluntarily demolish the two-storey building, which is complete with 200 square metres of floor space, a 152-square-metre pool and a 91-square-metre dining area.

The total cost of construction is estimated at 134,000 dollars which translates to about 48 million Naira.

The Vietnamese anti-corruption warrior, who also doubles as the Deputy Head of the Commission for Internal Affairs in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, was ordered last weekend to demolish his villa because the land has been zoned for agricultural purposes.

Ky’s official salary has not been made public but public servants in Vietnam typically make less than 500 dollars about 180,000 Naira per month.

But defending his villa, Ky said, “In order to have enough money to construct this villa, I worked part-time as a motorbike taxi driver at night, while I was an official at the provincial inspectorate,” he said.

He must be Superman!