– A Nigerian man has expressed his displeasure with the way a hotel in Ibadan treated him despite paying N10,000 per night
– The hotel served the young man with yam and beans with sachet water as breakfast
– He shared images of the food and the hotel room and social media users shared their thoughts on it
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A Nigerian man has caused quite a stir on social media after taking to Twitter to lament that he got served with yam and beans with sachet water as breakfast after paying N10,000 per night for a hotel room.
After sharing his experience on Twitter, the young man got criticised by tweeps who told him that a hotel of N10k couldn’t serve him better than what he got.
Sharing the pictures, the man wrote:
“So I went to Ibadan yesterday and lodged in one hotel like that, I paid 10k and 650 for vat for the night, so this morning they brought me breakfast. I don die.”
He also shared a picture of the room for those doubting him.
Tweep with the handle @BAMKY wrote:
“Don’t get..u paid 10k and still got complimentary breakfast..what did u expect? Eggs and bacon? They should have put off the generator at 12 midnight sef.”
“Stop complaining they brought you breakfast. This meal will hold you down till 2021.”
“10k hotel shouldn’t offer food at all.. but the room should be better and more comfortable than this.”
Below are other reactions:
A tweep told him to be happy with what he was given.
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In an earlier report by Bioreports, a Nigerian man identified on Twitter as Clinton James on Monday, November 9, narrated the bad experience he faced at a restaurant in Benin city, the capital of Edo state.
Sharing photos on the platform, the man said after he was served with just a spoon, and he asked the waitress to give him full cutlery.
He said what he asked for made the lady really angry and she came back with a kitchen knife and a fork.
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