Said Jammal stands next to his aeroplane-shaped house structure erected in an urban district of Abuja, Nigeria January 12, 2020. In Asokoro, a neighbourhood in Nigeria's capital, Abuja this unique structure stands out among other houses in the area. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Said Jammal stands besides his aeroplane-shaped house structure erected in an urban district of Abuja, Nigeria January 12, 2020. Said Jammal, a 62-year-old Nigerian citizen of Lebanese descent who was born to a family that settled in Nigerian and operated a renowned automobile workshop. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Said Jammal holds a piece of material of the model house struture inside his aeroplane-shaped house erected in an urban district of Abuja, Nigeria January 12, 2020. Jamal says the design was inspired by his wife's love for travelling. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Said Jammal sits in one of the living rooms inside his aeroplane-shaped house structure erected in an urban district of Abuja, Nigeria January 12, 2020. The structure features a swimming pool, a mosque, bedrooms at the plane wings, a guest house and a garden. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

An aeroplane-shaped house structure sits on top of building in an urban district of Abuja, Nigeria January 12, 2020. At the time, Jamal has just moved to Abuja from the north-central state of Jos, where his parents lived, to start his own construction firm. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Said Jammal stands on the rooftop of one of his houses with an aeroplane-shaped house structure seen in the background in Abuja, Nigeria January 12, 2020. Jammal says he renovates the property every year, putting a new coat of paint when necessary and improving the design. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde