- A hilarious video shows how a young man posted a warning sign in his house after refilling the cooking gas cylinder
- The man wrote on the sign that gas is very expensive and should be used sparingly with extra caution
- Many viewers agreed with the man and said they would do the same, considering the high cost of gas in Nigeria
A young man from Nigeria has found a humorous way to remind his family to use the cooking gas wisely.
He posted a warning sign in his house after he refilled the gas cylinder, which cost him a lot of money.
The man could not help but put up a caveat. Photo credit: TikTok/@tginuaola-aSource: TikTok
His sister captured the funny moment on video and shared it on social media, which attracted much attention.
The sign read: “Gas don cost o. Abegoooo.”
Many people who watched the video related to the man’s plight said they would do the same thing, as the gas price in Nigeria has skyrocketed in recent times.
Watch the video below:
THETALK.NG compiled some of the reactions below:
“Make everybody dey stay with their food when cooking.”
“I bought 3k 3000 this morning, I am crying.”
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“My side na 1100 for 1kg.”
“I bought my 3kg for 2,300 Festac tho.”
“Make una no say he chop from the money this time like he always does.”
“And d girls in my girls hostel will be boiling water anyhow on top 10k 12k weekly payment n I go still on Gen of light no dey.”
“I bought 11,870 for 12.5kg in my location. Where are you. Means, life is fairer over here . Will you come to lbeju-lekki to buy next time.”
Bought 3kg 2700..make everybody dey Use cold water bath now abeg.”
“Bna firewood I go dey use after this my own finish, they cannot stress me!”
Nigerian man converts his petrol generator to gas
Meanwhile, THETALK.NG earlier reported that a clever Nigerian man has amazed TikTok users with his remarkable invention of converting his petrol generator to gas.
The video, which has gone viral on the social media platform, demonstrated how the generator works smoothly on gas without any harmful emissions.
The man also revealed that he has been using the generator for hours on a budget-friendly gas cylinder that costs less than a thousand naira.