Picture of Mud House Put Up for Rent Causes Frenzy on Social Media

Picture of Mud House Put Up for Rent Causes Frenzy on Social Media

- A snap of a mud house has generated massive reactions on social media as many wondered how much its rent will be

- There were some people who said they have lived in such a house before with someone adding that his family paid N300 monthly

- Others rushed to the photo's comment section to drop funny takes as they tagged their friends who are looking for rented apartments

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A popular media personality, Tunde Ednut, shared a photo of a mud house that has "For Rent" written on it.

Captioning the photo on Instagram, Tunde said that there are some places one would get to and that would be the only choice of accommodation.

For Rent sign on mud dilapitated house causes massive stirs on Instagram
Many people joked about the house being a good choice for someone looking for an apartment. Photo source: @kingtundeednut
Source: Instagram

Within 24 hours, the photo had gathered over 23,000 likes with numerous comments. The snap dug up a well of memories for many as they shared their experiences with such structures.

In a way typical of village mud houses, the building has a rusty corrugated roof with a large stone placed on it as a way to hold the pane in place.

See the photo below:

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

___dreamzxx said:

"Funny part, this was where I was born and we lived rented 300 a month lol thank God for life."

deoproducer said:

"Me and my crew stayed in a similar house in Oyibi community in Ghana for few days while filming. Somewhere 2015."

iamsexysteel said:

"I can’t even ask for price coz I know it will be da*n expensive as na vintage."

bitcoin_chief said:

"Been there."

falayestephen258 asked:

"How much per year?"

ayomidate said:

"Afa @brainjotter you say make I help you find house!! See this one bro."

manya_dc_789 said:

"200 naira per day."

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Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Stephen Kobams took his accommodation frustration to Twitter, saying he is so tired of houses in Surulere.

Posting a photo of a toilet on Twitter, the man said that one would have to climb the staircase to use the bowl.

Stephen's tweet was a quoted response to an earlier post he made where it was disclosed that he may just move to the island.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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