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"Face-me-i-face-you" or "Face-to-face" is an informal term for type of residential real estate in Nigeria, where a group of one or two-room apartments have their entrances facing each other along a walkway, which leads to the main entrance of the building which consists of the apartments. "Face-me-i-face-you" apartment buildings are a very common architectural style in major urban settlements in Nigeria; the flats are low rent and are commonly used by the low income Nigerian residents because of their affordability.

In this type of architecture, the toilet(s), bathroom(s) and kitchen space are usually shared among tenants in a yard (a term for a single block or row of apartments). The shared toilet[s] and kitchen[s] are referred to as "general kichen/toilet".