- A Nigerian lady has expressed sadness over how she was duped of N1 million by her friend
- The lady with the handle @Auntyadaa says her friend lied to her that she had heart disease and that she would die in a few months if she didn't undergo surgery
- She says her friend told her that the surgery would cost N3 million and that she gave her N1 million (GHC15,000) to support her
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A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to narrate how her friend duped her of N1 million (GHC15,000) by faking a heart disease.
The lady with the Twitter handle @Auntyadaa said her friend told her that she needed to undergo surgery for her heart disease otherwise she would die in a few months.
@Auntyadaa said her friend told her that the surgery would cost N3 million and that she had some money with her already.
According to @Auntyadaa, the lady asked her to help her with anything, so she gave her N1 million (GHC15,000).
However, when the lady's mum called @Auntyadaa to ask about her dad, she found out that her friend had lied to her just to scam her.
@Auntyadaa said she asked her friend's mother about her daughter and the woman told her that her daughter wasn't sick.
She said she gave her one week to pay back the N1 million (GHC15,000) or she would have her arrested.
See her tweets below:
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Twitter user with the handle @FunmiKolz wrote:
A"Humans are just so wicked. How can you do this to someone you call a friend?"Ano
Another Twitter user with the handle @A_yokunle wrote:
"Please, first off, she's not your friend. And don't beat yourself up about it. You're not stupid for being a good person and friend. Even if she pays the money, arrest her! God bless your good heart."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @SpendoGustav0 has revealed what happened to the relationship of his uncle and how his woman dealt with him.
In a tweet on Wednesday, September 23, the man said that his uncle deposited the sum of N2 million into his girlfriend's account.
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