- A Nigerian lady on Twitter has got people talking on the social media platform after she was gifted N500,000 by a random tweep
- The lady with the handle @Temmmmssss took to her page to tweet that she needed N500,000 and a random tweep slid into her DM to make her wish come through
- Some tweeps are wondering if they are using another version of Twitter as they have never experienced such favour on the platform
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A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Temmmmssss has been blessed with the sum of N500,000 (almost GHC8,000) by a random tweep after she tweeted that she needed such amount of money.
The young lady took to the social media platform and wrote:
"I need 500k God abeg."
Hours later, a random Twitter user slid into her DM to ask if he could transfer the money to her. @Temmmmssss share screenshots of the conversation and the alert of N500,000 he received on her page.
See post below:
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"I'm very sure if it was a guy that said he needed 500k, nobody go even send him papa."
"Be transferring money from your one bank account to the other ooFace with tears of joy . Yoruba will say "eyan meji o kin padanu iro" if people you dey lie to no know, for your mind you know say na lie.."
"But I’ve been dropping my wishlist all over Twitter yet nobody has come through for me. God please pity me,i am your daughter too. this life is truly unfair oo ,Please someone should help me I’m really trying so had to be happy."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, sharing is caring, and caring about others when you can barely take care of yourself is even more amazing. But you know what they say - what goes around comes around, and this does not only apply to bad deeds but good deeds too.
Facebook user and #Stayer, Mmaphuti Molefe, proved this to be the case when she selflessly gave her last bit of cash to a stranger who did not have taxi fare. According to Maphuti, the unnamed lady wanted to pay the taxi driver when she reached her destination. However, in true taxi driver nature, he refused and was on the verge of kicking the lady out of the taxi.
Maphuti, who witnessed the whole thing unfold, stepped in and offered the little bit of money she was carrying. She then exchanged numbers with the desperate stranger. Later that day she received an EFT of R200 from the lady, with which she was able to buy some food.
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Source: Yen Newspaper