Undoubtedly, some landlords take advantage of their tenants as they do the unthinkable to them. Recently, a tenant returned from work only to find toilet pipe connections through his room.
The tenant whose room was messed up spoke in the background and said someone asked for his room key in the morning under the guise that the landlord would check for plumbing problems later in the day.
He dropped his key only to find his room in that state. The man lamented that he moved into the house in March 2023.
Craziest thing I’ve seen in Lagos😩Last week, my guy went to work in d morning only for him to come back in d evening and Landlord has passed two toilet pipes from his neighbors apartments through his kitchen & ROOM in the most horrible way😭1/2
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— Ayomikun Balogun (@soft_ayomikun) May 23, 2023
Tenant komot from work come see say landlord lay toilet pipe come pass through his bedroom without his concern 😂 pic.twitter.com/Mw7DB28FJL
— NEBASARK🇬🇭 (@NEBASARK) May 24, 2023
This has generated massive reactions on social media. Below is how some people reacted.
@phemmyne said: “This is so wrong, he should at least bury the pipes and seek his permission before breaking into his room. There’s so much lawlessness in this country”
@CitizenS82 said: “Don’t break the pipe…just get a nail & puncture the parts of the 4inch pipe facing the ground so that every time they flush, waste water would seep into the room… when a prospective tenant comes, the smell will drive them away.It will be a while before they trace it.”
@nohrix said: “I remember when this happened in Anthony Village. Over 15 cars and the vandalism continued unabated for weeks and months. My fiance’s car as at the time was vandalized 3 times in 2 weeks. Brain Box, window, and door controls were all taken.”
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