"You Too Will Build Your Own House": Landlord Says Prayers for Tenants Who Repainted His Apartments

"You Too Will Build Your Own House": Landlord Says Prayers for Tenants Who Repainted His Apartments

  • A Nigerian man is full of joy after his tenants helped repaint his house, and he has shared photos of the building online
  • The landlord, Tom Alims, said the tenants were new, noting that he was genuinely happy because of how they made the building look clean
  • Tom shared photos of the building on Facebook and prayed that the tenants would one day build their own house too
  • Legit.ng interacted with Tom and he said he likes to have a healthy and mutually beneficial relationship with his tenants

A man is grateful to his tenants who repainted his house after renting it.

The landlord, Tom Alims, shared how his tenants turned his house into a beautiful building.

Man grateful as tenants repaints his building.
The man said thanked his tenants for making his house look new. Photo credit: Facebook/Tom Alims.
Source: Facebook

Tom disclosed on his Facebook page that the new tenants surprised him as he was not around when the painting took place.

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He travelled and came back to see that they had changed the face of the building and totally transformed it.

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Tom wrote on Facebook:

"I thought it was a joke, but they kept to their words without my knowledge until I got home over the weekend to this big surprise. I know they'll see this post. Bros, una too try. I thank una well well. Make God bless una. Like I tell una yesterday, e no go tay, una go build una own too, and I go dey here to support una with some bags of cement."

He therefore said a word of prayer for them, noting that they would also build theirs.

When contacted, Tom told Legit.ng that he has a high regard for his tenants so as to maintain a good relationship.

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His words:

"I think is my perception of life. I have high regard for people and treat them as I would like to be treated. That way, we build a mutually beneficial relationship anchored on respect for each other and living in harmony."

When asked why some landlords are always at loggerheads with their tenants and he said it boils down to character.

His words:

"It all boils down to the character and attitude of some landlords and tenants. Some landlords are very picky and they allow such character to influence their relationship with their tenants. They hardly see anything right in the actions and inactions of their tenants. That way, the tenants are always at log ahead with them. The same is applicable to some tenants, they are carefree, insolent and can't care for their own personal belongings not to talk of taking care of someone's property. Such attitude leaves them having issues with their landlords."

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Facebook reactions as landlord prays for tenants

Achekeye Ken said:

"May you have more friendly and peace-loving tenants."

Akiba Ekpenyong said:

"I hope that person no go come write Chelsea FC on the wall."

Odey Patience said:

"Very impressive. Their own thing no go ever spoil in Jesus name amen."

Patrick Amajama commented:

"Very impressive. Thank them for me too."

Landlord increases house rent

Meanwhile, a Nigerian man who owns a house increased the rent of the apartments, citing the increased cost of cement.

A viral story shared on X by Fitila indicates that the house is not new, as it was built 30 years ago.

However, the landlord is said to be hell-bent on getting more money from the house as the cost of cement climbs.

Source: Legit.ng

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