- A young man has shared a short clip of a house of N750k he inspected in Ajah as he went searching for a rented apartment
- Many people could not believe a house so small would go for such an outrageous amount as some wondered if the clip showed it all
- Among those who reacted to the video were those of the opinion that there should be a law that cautions fleecing landlords
A man with the social media handle @ETUKMMA who posted the video said that he saw the apartment on the island when he went house hunting.
Everything looks small
He added that when he got home and saw everything that he owns, he wondered how they would fit in the apartment.
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The apartment that looks like a self contain has a living room not more than the size of a regular home passage.
The kitchen also looks small. The bathroom and the toilet are no better. Nigerians who reacted to the video wondered why landlords could be so wicked.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered more than 4,000 comments after it was reposted by @instablog9ja on Instagram.
Where is the house?
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"With that money you’ll get a duplex in Ibadan."
"That’s a Slice of Apartment."
"We've seen the kitchen and the bathroom, but where's the house gan gan?"
"For real, there should be an organization or law that shouldn’t allow this kind of extortion. What the hell is this room??? It even the ridiculous prices they put on them… such gut."
"Where is the room? This is a storage room na."
"Please where’s the bedroom? I see kitchen, bathroom/toilet ... don’t tell me that hallway is bedroom&living room."
N1.6 house rent
Posting snaps of the house on social media, a handle @comfortzone23 said the basic rent for the house is N800,000 but the first payment is that much because the cost of everything in the house is included.
It also revealed that whoever pays the rent takes possession of the items as the first owner who bought them brand new is relocating abroad.