A man from Nigeria who goes by the name Fola has used the microblogging site Twitter to share the painful incident he had with his previous landlord.
Fola claims that the landlord is a shady character who peeps into the ceilings of his tenants’ rooms to observe them in their most private moments.
Because he always evicts tenants after six months, according to Fola, the man is notorious for acting suspiciously, and he was not an exception.
He said that six months after moving there and spending millions to refurbish the apartment to his liking, the landlord sent him a notice to vacate.
The worst event of his life, according to him, was his time spent at the apartment.
“I went through one of the worst experiences of my life between August 2022 and January 2023… After moving into a new space in February 2022, spending millions to renovate and set up the space.
The Landlord issued a quit notice exactly 6 months after. Claiming his family was coming back from the US so they’ll need the space. Bruhhhh, I was so devastated cos I thought I had seen my “home/perfect workspace”.
Fast forward to after moving out, the bastard is listing the house for twice the price I paid. Guys, if anybody you know wants to take this house please do not let them, I’ll give you reasons not to.
Apparently landlord sends out tenants exactly 6 months after moving in. He threatened me a couple times with weapons. He is a stalker, enters the roof at random times to peep at tenants. He harassed my visitors countless times ( I had to stop inviting people over)
He started looking for ways to frustrate me, started sending cryptic messages to my family and friends. Randomly walks naked around the house (even during the day) The list goes on honestly. I’m not the type that talks about personal stuff online, only to close friends. Hence why I never said anything about it, instead focus on getting myself a new space to ensure the safety and well-being of my siblings and My Colleagues.
My mental health was in shambles, I woke up many days with serious anxiety and panic attacks… Cos amidst all of that I still had to keep my business running, maintain a good home and push out content.”