- A lady has taken her frustration to Twitter over what a carpenter made for her despite the sample he was shown
- There were people who said that the money paid for the pieces could have affected how the work turned out
- In another quoted tweet, the lady showed how the table of the set looked so different
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @mide_god has gone online to lament over the furniture she got from her local carpenter after she clearly told him what she expected.
@mide_god using the popular format of "What I ordered and what I received", the lady posted photos of the sample and the pieces she received.
In the first frame, the real set she wanted was looking so perfect. The second photo had what she received looking like a far cry from the prototype.
See her posts below:
The post drew reactions from hundreds of people and has over 900 retweets as of the time of writing this report.
Briefly News compiled some reactions below:
"How and where did you com across the advert?"
"How did it even enter your house?"
"Sebi na you price am from #100k reach #55k, so you are expecting good quality with small money. Pele oo."
"Na wetin your money catch be that."
"Just give the dude a little time, he'll improve and deliver satisfactorily."
"Na because e still cold put am outside made e dry."
In other news, Briefly News reported that at this point, there is no gainsaying the fact that many Nigerians are really talented. John Amanam got massive media attention with his sterling craftmanship.
He created prosthetics for people with dark skin. This is amazing! Photos shared by Twitter handle @Blacksregion showed the artificial hands and fingers he created that look perfect.
You would almost mistake it for real body parts. Many people who commented on the photos said if they were placed side by side with the natural parts, they would not be able to tell them apart. In one of the photos on Twitter, the man posed with the leg.
Another has different shades fit for the black skin. These pieces will really restore confidence to those that need them.
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