Massive reactions as Nigerian Man Breaks His Piggybank to Fetch Naira Notes, Says He's Not Saving Again

Massive reactions as Nigerian Man Breaks His Piggybank to Fetch Naira Notes, Says He's Not Saving Again

- A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Kingston_eze took to the social media platform to share a photo after breaking his piggybank

- @Kingston_eze said he is no longer saving the money because one needs to stay alive before saving

- Social media users had one or two things to say about the piggybank as they flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts

A young Nigerian man has got social media talking after breaking his piggybank to fetch the naira notes he saved.

The man with the Twitter handle @Kingston_eze said he is no longer saving in the piggybank because he wouldn't be able to save if he isn't alive. This means that he needed to spend the money to stay alive.

Massive reactions as Nigerian man breaks his piggybank to fetch naira notes, says he's not saving again
A young Nigerian man recently broke his piggybank and got social media talking. Photo credit: @Kingston_eze
Source: UGC

In his words:

"Na person wey dey alive dey save. I no do again."

Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts.

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@AmaifeCalistus said:

"Trust the process bro. Before you even start thinking of saving money, first, you will have what is called "definition of goal/priority". What are you saving money for? What do you want to do with the money? What business do you want to establish? This will enable you save."

@__chinwe commented:

"How's the money straight and flat if it actually passed through that hole."

@Dalumo commented:

"With what I am seeing, I need to stop stressing myself about how my kolo saving is going!!"

It was previously reported that two young Ghanaian ladies took to social media to share what they found in their piggy bank as December approaches.

One of the ladies with the Twitter handle @ikejnr_23 said she started saving on January 1, 2020 and stopped on December 21, 2020.

Sharing pictures of the Ghanaian cedi notes, the other lady with the handle @Bena_hemaa said she was aware that what she saved was small.

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