A video on social media captured the moment when the money used to buy rice bags from a store in the Delta State region of Ogwashi-Uku allegedly turned into money. An eyewitness who shared the video claimed that for the 20 bags of rice he purchased, the buyer who left in a Sienna SUV paid over N400,000 in cash. However, after he left, the cash reportedly turned into paper.
Although a school of thoughts indicated that this could be due to black magic, others also believe that by quickly exchanging the bag containing the cash with the one containing the papers, the customer outsmarted the shop keeper.
Watch the video below
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is it truly magic or what?
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