Man Shares Photos of GHC200 Kitchen Cabinet Carpenter Made for him; Causes Stir

Man Shares Photos of GHC200 Kitchen Cabinet Carpenter Made for him; Causes Stir

- A man's photos of the kitchen cabinet a carpenter made have stirred conversations around woodwork costs

- Many said N15,000 is a small sum to pay for a befitting kitchen piece, adding that the person got his money's worth

- The snaps have been gathering comments from Nigerians as people shared photos of their cabinets and what they paid

A man identified as Oyindamola on Twitter has caused much buzz online after sharing photos of the piece a carpenter made for his friend.

The snaps showed a wooden work without a fine finish that looks much like a market table than a cabinet anyone should pay the sum of N15,000 for.

Man shares cabinet Nigerian carpenter made for N15k, photos cause frenzy online
The work looked nothing like a cabinet. Photo source: @dammiedammie35
Source: Twitter

Oyindamola said the kitchen cabinet was meant for his friend's new apartment. While many Nigerians found the piece poorly made, some said that the person got exactly what he paid for.

See the tweet below:

As of the time of writing this report, the tweet has over 2,000 likes and several interesting comments.

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@Jonatha94547703 said:

"He should try to paint it, e go rhyme..."

@kamikaze2458 said:

"...Hian you will pay me back my money, no excuses. Does he think you want to fry yam and akara on the roadside?"

@OfoyejuZ said:

"Guy tell your friend to manage it o, things cost."

@nonso_di said:

"With 15k you can make good carbinet with MDF wood."

@Iam_ChrisAustin said:

"He brought it like this so that you can choose the design you want, this is just skeleton, go back and show him the design you've chosen."

@glad_Might said:

"I did mine for 25k and it's beautiful... A year ago things are expensive now bro 15k is too small for a kitchen cabinet."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @folastag went on the platform to share how his carpenter disappointed him.

Making a post along that line on Friday, February 19, the man said that his carpenter made an entirely different thing from the photo he sent him.

The end product is a far cry from the sleek table design in the photo he sent him.


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