- A Nigerian man has decided to advertise his luxury goods on Twitter
- Some citizens who reacted to his post faulted the price of his merchandise
- Others disclosed why they will not purchase the man's products
A Nigerian man has caused a massive reaction on Twitter after he shared a photo of his luxury toilets that cost N700,000 (700k) per unit.
The man with the username, @BashorunofAbuja, said he has 24 units of the toilets for sale.
''I have 24 units of this luxury toilets for sale, 700k per unit.''
But majority of Nigerians who reacted to the post questioned why the toilet units were so expensive.
Others used the opportunity to make funny jokes about the expensive toilet seats.
Read some reactions below:
Obi @Obi21296477 said:
''Oga 700k for what... I will give supply u far cheaper price, far far cheaper price.''
''How much food wey I chop, wey I go shit for toilet of 700k.''
''Baba say nah Luxury toilet 700k. What’s luxury about shit catching you. Shit nah shit, toilet nah toilet Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy.
''Not trying to talk down your hustle but it’s is funny Smiling face with open mouth and tightly-closed eyes 700k for place of shit.
''Make I use 700k take shit? How much be my yansh abeg? Abi you fit add am to the unit dey gimme urgent 2k per any unit you sell sef.
''This is an expensive toilet strictly for Expensive Shits only.''
In another news, 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.
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.
Kess Ewubare is a senior political/current affairs correspondent at Legit.ng. He has both a BSc and a Master’s degree in mass communication. He has over 10 years of experience in working in several fields of mass communication including radio, TV, newspaper, and online. For Kess, journalism is more than a career, it is a beautiful way of life.