Isaac Fayose, the brother of former governor Ayo Fayose, has made headlines after he took extreme action against a tenant who had reportedly failed to pay rent for four years. In a recent social media post, Isaac Fayose shared a video depicting the removal of the door and roof of the tenant’s residence.
According to reports, the unnamed tenant had outstanding rent payments dating back four years, and despite the prolonged debt, they decided to take legal action against Isaac Fayose. In response to the tenant’s legal pursuit, Isaac Fayose opted for a drastic measure, deciding to physically remove parts of the rented property.
In a video shared by Isaac Fayose, workers can be seen dismantling various components of the house, including the door and roof. The post was accompanied by a caption expressing Isaac Fayose’s frustration with the tenant, stating, “Mumu tenants… U owing 4 years you still get mind to go court.”
The situation underscores the challenges landlords face when tenants default on rent payments, and the video shared by Isaac Fayose serves as a public display of the consequences when such disputes escalate. It remains to be seen how the legal matter will unfold and whether this extreme action will have legal repercussions.
Watch the video below: