- A house that is priced at R49 million in Abuja has received so much backlash on Twitter for how it is a bad investment choice
- Africans wondered why anyone would want to get a house for that much when they could use the same funds to buy many others
- There were, however, those who said that the house had not been properly advertised by the PR company in charge
A video showing a mansion that is worth R49 million in Abuja has generated a lot of reactions on social media.
In the clip posted by @gidiproperties_, a lady gave the audience a tour of the building, showing different parts of the tiled house and what function they serve.
Starting from the exquisite bedroom, she said that every wardrobe in the house has a mirror. She stated that everything one needs in a house is available.
As the camera panned, all angles of the aisle leading to the bathroom were recorded in all their beauty. The tour guide also showed the house's large patio where parties can be held.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the reactions:
"This is trash and a very very bad investment."
"1.4 Billion naira is $3,674,058. With this money, you can buy 3 mansions for $950,000 in Texas and split the leftover $850,000 into buying 3 smaller houses for $283,000 dollars each. That's 6 houses in total. If you think I'm lying, check zillow. Real estate in Nigeria is stupid."
"People way never see millions in cash are here talking about billions. Who do una this thing for this country?"
"Truth be told...with N1B one can build 3 of that same house coz I don’t see anything spectacular about that house...these R.E guyz re just exploiting people and making lives miserable."
"They need to shoot this video again.Get a good PR company to sell the hell out of this property because this was sub par."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that an architectural piece of greatness in China got people talking on social media about the way it looks so postmodern and entirely different from the norm.
Photos show bricks hanging on a wall, making them look like curtain knots from afar.
The building which is sited in the east part of China in Shandong Province further needs no description as photos do it justice.
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