- The picture of an apartment that is said to go for a whopping N300k per year in Lagos has shocked many people on the internet
- The small apartment has a very small toilet constructed with aluminum, caving out what is normally referred to as a one-room self-contain
- When the photo of the small apartment emerged, so many Nigerians were taken aback as they reacted to it in different ways
Nigerians on social media are reacting to a photo of a small one-room self-contain apartment that is said to go for N300k, in Lagos.
The apartment is painted blue and has its toilet and bathroom carved out with aluminum. The convenience is however very small, making many wonder how it is used.
Shocking tiny space
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"You people in Lagos are trying, what’s this? For 300k o."
See the tweet below:
Nigerians react to tiny Lagos apartment
The photo of the small Lagos apartment has attracted huge reactions on Twitter. Here are a few of the comments:
"Na phone booth in case u want to make private calls when guest are around."
"Nope I doubt that, I think it’s a lift to another planet because this house can’t be on Earth."
"They built a room and decided to turn it into a selfcon just to increase the price."
"Is there no building regulatory agency in Lagos? In saner climes the landlord of this house should be serving time."
"Lol and the most annoying thing is that the person that will be taking up the place will move in start furnishing it up like an en-suite room, pop, 3d, expensive blinds, air-conditioned and so many things. Lol like fr? Money that will get you a good apartment in a decent area."
My late landlord's son said I should pay N100k, bring goat for his father's burial - Tenant shares letter
London apartment that costs N2220k attracts anger online
Meanwhile, Legit.ng has previously reported that a small London apartment that costs N220k attracted quite a lot of fuse on the internet.
The apartment was said to have its kitchen inside the wardrobe. Many testified that many apartments in the highly-rated city are costly.
Nigerians also used the apartment in London to compare to the ones in Lagos, with many saying Lagos is better.