Deeper Life landlord warns tenants, visitors against wearing trousers into his house (photos)

Deeper Life landlord warns tenants, visitors against wearing trousers into his house (photos)

- A member of Deeper Life Bible Church recently took an action which has got many wondering

- The individual who is a landlord pasted a notice outside the gate of his house warning tenants, visitors not to wear trousers into the house

- This landlord's house is located in Achara, Enugu state

A Nigerian youth identified on Instagram as @Pablo_Richie captured a photo of a notice board placed outside a particular compound in Achara, Enugu state.

The notice board contains a strict warning telling anyone (tenant or otherwise) walking into the compound not to step in with trousers or shorts.

According to @Pablo_Richie, he used to live in that compound but a new landlord took over the building and old tenants were given quit notice. Pablo had decided to pass through the route of his old house to a particular destination; this was how he stumbled into the notice board.

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One other detail the Instagram user gave was that the new landlord was a member of Deeper Life Church. Hence, this must have prompted the notice board placed on the wall.

See the post below:

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In another development, describing himself as a young man who wishes to follow the great commission of Christ, Bennett Asante Nkrumah Sarpong has committed to philanthropic work that would give young kids encouragement and inspiration for life.

As a result, Sarpong has chosen to preach Christ to children and teach them the way they should go.

Sarpong established a private school where he has orphans and street children. They are 68 in number.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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