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Reactions as Nigerian Man Shares Photo of His N700K Luxury Toilet

A Nigerian man has caused a frenzy on Twitter after he shared a photo of his luxury toilets that cost N700,000 (700k) per unit. The twitter user with the username, @BashorunofAbuja, said he has 24 units of the toilets for sale.

Sharing photos of his toilets, he wrote :

“I have 24 units of this luxury toilets for sale, 700k per unit.”

Twitter users then reacted to his post as they said they see no reason why they should buy a toilet as expensive as that.

Here are some reactions below :

@GodsgreatG : Baba say nah Luxury toilet 700k. What’s luxury about shit catching you. Shit nah shit, toilet nah toilet 😂😂

Not trying to talk down your hustle but it’s is funny 😆 700k for place of shit.

@aganabiz : “Make I use 700k take shit? How much be my yansh abeg? Abi you fit add am to the unit dey gimme urgent 2k per any unit you sell sef..”

@osuofire : “Why are people Bashing him , he said luxury and luxury is not cheap , if an economy class of a flight is 200k, the first class of same fight maybe up to 2.5k and u see people who understands luxury paying the 2.5k
Its look good for those who knows the worth”

@snypebreed : Remove the Mobile Touchscreen fridge wey dey back. How much last?…😏🥃

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