Man sues lady for failing to show up after he sent her N5000
By gaftsoil | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 0 views
A twitter user took his twitter account to share an experience his friend had with a girl whom he sent money to but she failed to visit him as agreed giving him excuses. The guy decided to charge the girl to court who ordered bank to reverse the money which they did after the court order.
The twitter user @wizzfarukk wrote " So my guy sent 5k to this babe to come over from Zaria to Kaduna only for her to start giving silly excuses and try to play him.
To cut the story short Baba carry matter go court them send am back him money via court order.
Right move or not? "
The court order below
The money was returned to him truly. This is what a police woman advised men to do whenever a lady fail to visit after requesting for money.
Is this the right or wrong thing to do because of N5000?
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