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Ahmed who is a Nigerian civil engineer was interviewed by BBC Pidgin, where he disclosed that the house took a total of 17,800 plastic bottles which he got from waste bins, waterways, and the gutters.
According to him, using plastic bottles saved him a lot of money which he would have spent If he went for a cement block house. Additionally, Ahmed suggested that Nigerians should adopt this type of house construction because it's cheaper and will go a long way in tackling the issue of plastic waste in Nigeria.
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