According to Eketi Edima Ette, the strict conditions attached to an N500k house she wanted to rent in Abuja included having no male visitor, an 8pm curfew, joining the landlord family's daily morning devotion, not playing worldly music and dressing decently.
She insinuated that she rejected the house as she appealed for help in her house hunt. Eketi wrote;
Some Abuja landlords are moving mad!
"I know you're single, and I don't want my children to get used to seeing the faces of different men. So, no male visitors are allowed. Your curfew is 8 p.m. If you don't come back before then, you'll have to stay outside as I lock my gate by 8. Also, we have daily morning devotion and you must join us."
Kai! Eve's daughter has suffered! On top 500k rent for that cubicle.
No playing of worldly music and must be decently dressed at all times. Oh, by the way, his children get to decide if he'll rent out the house.
"You know children are very spiritual beings. If I ask them, 'Do you like this auntie?' and they say, 'No', I can't give you the house."
Tenants are also strongly advised to join their weekly house fellowship.
Please, this is a huge plea. I need a rent-free apartment. If you know anyone with an empty house/BQ in the FCT, tell me. Or better still, give them my contact details. I can care for the main house and grounds while they're away. Please. Talk to your uncles, aunties, sugar daddies, sugar mummies, destiny helpers, etc. Thank you!