A group of angry tenants took laws into their hands by printing posters of their erring landlord and posting it in and around their neighbourhood to disgrace the man. Below is how an eyewitness narrates the funny drama:
"So I went to the Fidelity Bank VGC branch and came out to meet a rather curious flyer on my windshield. The contents read: "Oga Landlord Pay Me my Money. Moses kamanya of Munak Group, stop making life hard for others. 2 months in your apartment, no light, phcn disconnected, no water, no services...etc
"From what I gathered, he owes his tenants N2million naira for apartments they rented from him inclusive of service charge for 24 hours standby generator power, however a month into living there, PHCN was disconnected, then the gen packed up and they were thrust into 24 hour darkness, coupled with no water as the pump couldn't work. They made several complaints, he did nothing but to ask them to move out and expect a refund in 2 weeks this was since January and now he is not responding.
"I have taken personal interest in this and doing my bid to help a fellow Nigerian because not too long ago I too experienced the severe wickedness and selfishness of Nigerian Landlords. angry They operate with such recklessness and lack of human sympathy since this country allows them act unchecked! How can you collect somebody's hard earned money and not provide them basic amenities like electricity and water? Haba now and in Lekki Phase 1 too?
"The numbers left on the flyers to call and help ask for their money is Moses Kamanya CEO of Munak Group 08033453185, 08033061712, 08037191029, 08130662791. Munak Group KM 14 Lekki Epe Expressway, Opp. Fidelity bank VGC Branch, just after Mega Chicken."