- A Nigerian house hunter shared photos of the apartment she was shown by an agent that goes for N1.3 million naira
- Nigerians have expressed disgust over the photos, many opined that it is not even a befitting habitation for domestic animals let alone humans
- Some tweeps hilariously argued that it will take a good make up artist to get the room in order
To get an apartment is not a day's job or a child's play and at times even with the help of house agents. A Twitter user stunned tweeps with photos of an apartment she was shown that costs N1.3 million.
The Nigerian lady @Sugaarrbaby said the sight of the poorly looking apartment made her scream.
''Lmao you guys, me and @Ab3bi went to check out an apartment in Dolphin estate and I’m screaming."
Many Nigerians who had it hard coming to terms with the fact that it was shown to a human being for habitation inquired if the photos that were shared was the actual place meant for their domestic animals.
Others argued that the place was disgusting and will need the touch of a makeup artist.
Legit.ng have compiled some reactions that followed the tweet:
"To be honest if an agent takes me here for 1.3m I'd definitely be having serious problems with him/her."
"N1.3m for this? Ok. Thank you for sharing the pictures of where the dogs will be sleeping. So where is the picture of her own space gan gan?"
"I won't even subject my dogs to this kind of torture..Da*mn, this is a dead zone biko."
"The truth is that most Lagos landlords are used to having tenants renovate their houses for them.
"That’s why most times, when the tenants leave, they either sell off every iota of renovation they did or they just outright damage most things they installed in the house. Sad truth."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported the reactions of Nigerians to photos of N450k 'gateman' room self-contain in Lagos.
The house agent shared photos of the house and the different areas like the kitchen, toilet and the compound. According to the advert, the rent of the apartment goes for N450k.
As expected, many Nigerians took to the comment section of the advert to react to it. According to some people, the apartment is not worth the price while others noted that the apartment is at the gateman post and should not cost that much.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2