- A Nigerian man who has been abroad got a rude awakening on his return to the country as his property now has a new owner
- The man discovered that his house has been sold off to someone by his wife at a selling price of N10 million
- Taking a tour of the property, the man lamented that he had built it before leaving the country and left his wife to take care of it
A Nigerian man has lamented after returning from abroad to find out that his wife has sold his house for N10 million.
In a sad video shared on TikTok which was recorded while he toured the property, the unidentified man property revealed that he acquired the land alone for N9.5 million and paid N500k for community development.
Pointing to the direction of the house, he said he put all the protectors, plastered and roofed it before leaving the country.
According to him, he handed the house to his wife to take care of, indicating that he didn't tell her to sell it.
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He said four flats were built on the property and expressed shock that someone agreed to buy it for an undervalued price of N10 million.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"She can never progress in life for doing this to you,#10 million this house, she's your wife I don't know what happened but she's very wicked."
"Na people way dey fine wife material .end of day the woman go show Peppa."
Gisela Mokoh said:
"Chaiiiiiii. am speechless she has to go to prison for this alongside her buyer. l feel ur pain daddy."
"Your signature is not on the agreement so you can sue both of them and get your house back."
"Share it for what ? There’s nothing bad in sending money back home ! Na people Dey marry rubbish! I can not imagine my wife like that boss."
"Pls investigate very well ooo maybe the person she claims she sold to is her se*x boy women."
Abroad returnee finds out that someone else is building on his land
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man had returned from abroad to find out that someone is building a 4-bedroom house on his land.
Mukwita served as the deputy ambassador at the Embassy of Zambia in Stockholm, Sweden, where he was based with his wife Elaine and two children, Lubinda and Lushomo.
As much as he looked forward to a wonderful Christmas season, his mood was dampened when he went to visit one of his pieces of land and found that it had been grabbed.
Evidently, the unknown individual took advantage of his absence and not only took ownership of the property but also went ahead to start developing it.