- Popular Nigerian comedian Freedom Atsekpoyi aka M. Jollof recently called a Lagos grand hotel on social media
- Addressing his Instagram page, Jollof lambasted Eko Hotel after finding out they were selling nasal masks for N750 each at their premises
- The comedian noted that he had paid over N128,000 for a room and still could not receive a free nasal mask to access the buffet.
The hotel management then contacted the comedian to apologize, but he was still not satisfied.
Popular Nigerian comedian Mr Jollof recently shared his grievances on social media after his experience at one of the country’s major hotels.
Jollof recounted how he stayed at the Eko Hotel and paid N128,700 for his room. However, he later found out that nasal masks were sold locally for N750 each.
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The comedian explained that he was denied access to the buffet because he did not have a nasal mask and was told to buy one for N750.
Jollof was very disappointed to find that despite the high price of the hotel stay, they still could not provide guests with free nasal masks and they were in the hospitality business.
See a video of the comedian’s rant below:
In a later article, Jollof revealed that the hotel had contacted him to apologize but was not happy with it.
In its apology, the hotel claimed the nasal masks were free and begged him not to get angry. Jollof explained, however, that they should have offered him a free stay with their organization instead.
Nigerians respond to Jollof’s call
The comedian had taken fans with him as he called Eko Hotel and also informed them of their apologies. A number of them reacted to the funny man’s posts.
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Read what some of them had to say below:
“It’s just messed up. It happened to me last year and they sold me a mask but I think I paid around 200/250. Include everything spectacular – a face mask should even be free.”
“I am a hospitality consultant and I can tell you for free that you are right. The nasal mask is the least they can do to encourage their customers and avoid harassment. Such a great brand. What a pity!”
“Normally the nasal mask is supposed to be free… imagine you pay a hotel for 128,000 and still buy a nasal mask for 750 naria… that’s madness o.”
“I like it eh !!! Tell them o !! Bad service is everywhere like they do you are a favor.”
Masquerade opens mask as Mr. Jollof offers them money
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In Africa, many things are considered sacred, including masquerades. However, a certain young masquerade seemed to throw caution to the wind after meeting the popular comedian, Mr Jollof.
The funny man who appeared to be at an event and having a good time was seen with a young masquerade and asked if he wanted the money.
As expected, the “spirit creature” responded in the affirmative and the celebrity contacted the person carrying his wads of cash next to him to get something for the young boy.
Eventually Jollof asked the masquerade to remove his mask and he willingly did so without seeming to think much about it.