- A Nigerian woman has taken to social media to announce that a billionaire needs a nanny creatively
- She showed off a well-furnished room that looked like a five-star hotel and revealed it was reserved for the nanny
- Many people who watched the video wondered what happened to the previous nanny and were sceptical about applying
A Nigerian woman left internet users confused after she showed off the massive interior of the room kept for a nanny.
While revealing that the place is located in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers state, she showcased its nice toilet.
The interior of the nanny's abode was nothing short of what is obtainable in a five-star hotel owing to its stunning arrangement.
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From the king-size bed to the curtains and chandelier, everything in the room smelt of luxury.
Some netizens were not comfortable with how magnificent the room looked for a nanny and wanted to know the owner's real intention.
Watch the video below:
The nanny advertorial raised eyebrows
''Pls am available for the nanny post."
"Una go sound sweet like this until person enter una hands coming see shege banza."
COOL GiRL said:
"Nanny be careful before you go collect insult tire on top of ur beautiful roomthis is their trick."
BIG MAYOR OF PH said:
"Una dey find who una go use renew."
"As dem they show you room, tell them make them make them also show the kind of children you will be taking care of ooo."
''You will pay for this room with your peace of mind."
"Wetin do the last nanny wey she comot? make ina talk truth."
Touching pictures as woman changes her domestic worker's story, sponsors her studies in Canada
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported a woman changed the life of her domestic worker because she cared for her son. The madam paid for the 20-year-old's travels to Canada, where she is set to study.
The kind employer said:
"...She took care of my son when I left to UK to put to bed to my twins. My son never for one day felt I wasn't around him."