Don't judge a book by its cover: Inside video of hut with big colourful bed and well-stacked iron plates
- An emerging video of a hut's interior has again proved the saying correct that a book should not be judged by its cover
- In the video shared on Instagram, well-stacked iron plates formed a wall in a corner of the hut and at the centre is a big bed with different colour designs
- The habitation style which is usually common in rural areas has sent social media into a frenzy due to the modern equipment visible in its interior
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Nigerians have reacted to a video making the rounds of the interior of a hut.
The hut is a common style of habitation used in the olden days and still available in some rural areas.
It is made of palm fronds. In an Instagram video by @ije-luv, a lady showed the interior of her hut which has modern equipment in it.
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At the left corner of the hut are well-stacked iron plates that formed a wall and at the centre is a big bed with colourful sheets and furniture.
Mixed reactions trail the video
Social media users expressed surprise at the discovery. Some thought the hut looked neater than most houses made of bricks.
"Perfect example of Don't Judge A Book By The Cover."
"I've seen dis before. When I was little,my security man's room was like dis when he got married to a beautiful Fulani woman."
"Those pot sets are the most important thing for brides in the north ooo."
"Wow and some people that live in bigger houses cannot even keep it clean and tidy."
"Wow i never knew until now...Abeg where i fit find fulani women to employ...my house is messy."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that mixed reactions had trailed the interior of an Abuja mansion that was on sale for N1.4 billion.
In the clip posted by @gidiproperties_, a lady gave the audience a tour of the building, showing different parts of the tiled house and what function they serve.
Starting from the exquisite bedroom, she said that every wardrobe in the house has a mirror. She stated that everything one needs in a house is available.
As the camera panned, all angles of the aisle leading to the bathroom were recorded in all their beauty. The tour guide also showed the house's large patio where parties can be held.
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