I was scrolling through my Facebook timeline when I saw a post by a Facebook user identified as Eke Chidinma. The lady posted a photo of money from her piggy bank savings, the post was captioned "Who wants??? Oya call me aunty Chidinma I wee give you"
See the post below
Nevertheless, we all know that money is a unit of exchange for transactional purposes in an economy. Money is actually needed to do almost everything.
Furthermore, Facebook is a social media platform, which allows it users to view another person's profile without the person knowing. Facebook Also supports the upload of photos and videos.
This photo by this lady brought reactions
@Ababanwa Nneka commented "Aunty Chidinma good evening ma🙄🙄"
@Gambo Kwaji commented "Aunty Chidinma"
@Miracle Chizaram commented "Another person money, make Una dey here dey waste Una time".
And lot of other comments.
See screenshot below.
This post gathered 30 likes and a lot of comment within the few minute it was posted.
See photo of the lady who posted it.
What do y'all think about this??
Is the money hers?
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