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Reactions As Landlord Serves Tenant Owning Three Cars Eviction Notice



In a recent social media post, human rights activist Mr. Atanda Olatunji shed light on Ikechukwu’s predicament. The tenant is facing eviction from his landlord for allegedly occupying the entire compound with his three cars.

Ikechukwu clarified that these cars play a crucial role in his business, as he rents them out to individuals working for Uber. The vehicles are regularly picked up in the morning and returned in the evening, contributing to Ikechukwu’s livelihood.

Expressing his frustration, Ikechukwu questioned whether his landlord is unsupportive of his tenant’s prosperity. He contends that the cars are essential tools for his business and not just a personal indulgence.

See the post below;

The situation has sparked discussions online, with netizens sharing their opinions on the matter.

Check out some reactions trailing the post …
David Elaigwu Abah said: “But the house you rented is for residential purpose not commercial so packing 3 cars especially when there is limited space for others to pack is wrong. “If you have three cars then your business is due to have an office where you can park them.”

Adebisi Ademola said: “The only issue here is if the landlord stays in the same compound and others are secretly complaining of the parking lot not equitably shared cos you are parking beyond the available space for you or probably you block others movement space.”

Chukwuma Victor A said: “Since its business cars, find a business garage to be parking them. Your landlord is not against your progress, rather you are the one disrupting the peace of the yard.”

Olatoun Sofela Adebowale said: “Some tenant and their audacity, since you said you use the cars for business why not rent a space or talk to someone that has a big and safe compound to keep two of the cars? You can’t be using people’s space for your business where you make money and still can’t be humble or do the right thing to avoid issues. “If I can’t afford to rent a space I will pet my landlord and make him or her understand not forming my right my right . Ire oo.”

As Ikechukwu faces the threat of eviction, the case brings attention to the intersection of residential living and entrepreneurial endeavors.

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