Will you let a stranger sleep in your bed?

The sharing economy is in full swing and it is fascinating to watch how its innovations have been embraced in different parts of the world. People more and more have become accustomed to riding in a complete stranger’s car connected only by an app called Uber. With a site such as AirBnB, one cannot help but wonder to what extent our cultural and social inhibitions can go before red-flagging this generation’s innovations. AirBnB goes beyond providing accommodation solutions, seeking to create experiences for its registered users in cities and places that may not be familiar. Home exchanges in some parts of the world are commonplace providing comfortable accommodations at a fraction of hotel costs.
A luxury penthouse Airbnb rental in Oniru, Lagos Currently, there are more than 300 rentals in Nigeria that can be accessed through AirBnB. Roli and Segun’s place has one of the region’s highest ratings. For $35 per night, visitors enjoy the comforts of a furnished vacation home in a well secured and serene environment.  As superhosts, guests who have stayed have described the couple as great