This comes after popular Twitter influencer, Falilat took to the micro blogging platform to cry over the rate of a decent flat in the state.
Falilat took to Twitter and wrote, “You can now barely see a good mini flat for 1m in Lagos unless you want to live somewhere far that you will mostly have to pay back in stress and fare. They need to regulate the rent price in Lagos because these prices are unrealistically ridiculous for a poverty capital country.”
Reacting to her post, Nigerians joined her to lament as they pointed that the house rent in Lagos state need to the regulated by the government. See some reactions below:
Dupe wrote, “It’s really saddening that the rent fee for almost crumbling buildings in Lagos is enough to rent a fully furnished Lekki-esque apartments here in Turkey. Lagos landlords are exploiting people.
Faith wrote, “Sorry this post is not for me! I don’t live in Lagos and I’ll never live in Lagos, I go use the money wey i suppose use live for lagos relocate go another country. “
Kitan wrote, “The most annoying is those selling houses in lagos, they will tell you house is 10 minutes drive from shoprite in lekki, you go drive reach ogun state before you see the house”