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Nigerians Play a lot Here are Some Hilarious Toilet Photos Shared by Twitter Users.
Someone once said Nigerians play a lot, this statement is not far from the truth after a Twitter user simply known as Anita Vams shared the funny photo of a shallow toilet from an apartment in Lagos.
It seems the photo came from one of the properties she went to inspect on the course of seeking new accommodation.
She posted the photo on Twitter and wrote:
“Lmooo, I hate Nigeria, Lagos Landlords, and developers, Wtf is this?”
The photo she posted shows a very shallow toilet which is definitely from a self-contain apartment somewhere in Lagos.
Trust Nigerians, this is the type of table so many people have been waiting to shake and they reacted in many ways while digging out toilets photos from only God knows where.
Reacting to the photo, a Twitter user asked:
“What if you’re fat?”
Another one responded by saying:
“Omo, you will have to tell a slim person to fetch you water to bath, cus you can’t go the past toilet seat.”
The post became an avenue for Nigerians to express their displeasure over the poor design of building by developers who are only interested in maximizing profit at the expense of tenants.
Another Twitter user reacted by saying the person who built the house acted under the instruction of an architect who himself acted under the instruction of the building owner. This is not far from the truth.
The number one priority of renting an apartment is for comfort, and when you rent this type of apartment, then the purpose is defeated.
The truth is that some landlord doesn’t even care about your comfort, as long as the money is entering their account every year they are fine. When you visit their house you’ll see how comfortable and spacious it is compared to the one they put out on rent.
Here are more hilarious reactions and toilet photos by Nigerians.
What’s your opinion on this subject matter, do you think the Government should section some landlord?
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