A Nigerian lady has left many people talking on Twitter after she said that she met a man who knows her on Twitter and when it was about time for her to leave, he gave her a certain amount. Without a doubt, this Nigerian lady whose username is "Oluwafunmilayo" is popular in her own way because she has thousands of followers on Twitter.
She explained that she stepped out and a man kept staring at her and after she asked him that why was he staring at her, the man replied that he knows her on Twitter. After the man said this, Oluwafunmilayo said that she talked and ate with the man and when it was about time for her to leave, she said that the man squeezed N50,000 inside her bag.
Oluwafunmilayo tweet in quotes, "I stepped out today and there was this man that kept staring at me, I had to ask him that why, he said he knows me on Twitter. So we got talking, ate together and when it was about to leave, he squeezed N50,000 inside my bag and said that I should use it to buy my favorite fearless energy drink".
A male user, Samuel O. Williams, reacted that the man must be a money carrier for him to squeezed N50,000 inside her bag. Besides, another user reacted that Oluwafunmilayo should send her a little money out of the money or she would tell EFCC. Read the reactions below.
What are your thoughts concerning what the lady said?
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