- Stephen Kobams shared a photo of the conditions he is living in and says that he is definitely ready to move on
- Frustrated by the toilet facility in particular, which bizarrely has to be reached via some steps, the poor guy said he is working on moving to a better place far away on an island
- Many people in similar situations were in his comment section to also lament accommodation crises in other areas
A man identified as Stephen Kobams has taken his accommodation frustration to Twitter, saying he is so tired of houses in that area. Posting a photo of a toilet on Twitter, the man said that one has 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.
The shared snap shows two blocks constructed in front of a dirty toilet bowl, glaringly serving as support to whoever wants to use the toilet.
See his post below:
Many people who have had it rough in the state also shared their experiences. Below are some of the reactions:
"Climb the throne and sit on it like the king that you are."
"Instead of you to appreciate the throne they gave you. Baba just put palm fronds and leopard skin and ascend your throne as Oba of Surulere."
"Aguda and Lawanson not Surulere. You can only find this kind of setting there."
"Lagos won't kill me am sure dey will call the house 400k plus for as per first payment, we are not ready in this country."
"Sigh, when my money land I'm moving to another state entirely."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on a lady who came up with the most brilliant innovation to create an office space in her home. A woman, Melissa Fleming, has given a great home office setup tip as she shared how her ironing board was converted into a work desk.
Taking to social media, she said that the beauty of it all is that the ‘desk’ is very much mobile and can be set up anywhere in the home.
Melissa said one thing she really loves about her DIY desk is that she could change her environment whenever she wants to, having the opportunity to choose scenery.
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