A Nigerian family has discovered that their much-anticipated village mansion, believed to have been completed, is, in fact, far from finished.
The revelation has sent shockwaves through social media after a video documenting the unexpected discovery was shared by a medical student, Nini Ogele, on TikTok.
In the video, the Ogele family can be seen taking a tour of the supposed mansion, only to find that the interior is incomplete despite some rooms showing signs of tiling and other construction activities.
The clip has since gone viral, sparking widespread reactions on social media. Nini Ogele, the medical student who posted the video, expressed her family’s disappointment.
“I think we all had a feeling that it wouldn’t be ready by now,” the caption read.
She went on to reveal that their uncle had been entrusted with the responsibility of supervising the building project.
It remains unclear why the mansion was presented as completed when substantial work is still required.
grader said; ”It because nobody was there to supervise the work.”
Petra Louis said; “Na me and my husband be this baba won cry, he beat up the engineer and locked him up.”
businessguy said; ”So far money dey ground, this would still take at least 3-4months that’s why it’s better to be on ground physically to monitor people working.”
nessa said; “Lmaoo my dad house, I swear they add on another year until it’s “finished.”
Michelle said; “Gurl the same thing happened to us too.”
Damilare said; “Dem use pillar swear for una ni naso I go work for Imo state, pillar everywhere wetin happen.”
African beauty said; “They said December did they tell you is 2023 December.”