- A funny video of a little boy receiving loan requests from his parents has been doing the rounds on social media
- In the TikTok video, the boy carefully read the notes from his parents before writing down the loan approval status
- The child agreed to give his mother GH¢366 but denied giving his father GH¢1,220, leaving several netizens amused
A video of a little boy receiving loan requests from his parents left social media users quite entertained.
TikTok video shows little boy taking loan requests from mom and dad
The boy is seen carefully reading the notes before writing down the loan approval status. He agrees to give his mother GH¢366 and denies giving his father GH¢1,220 before opening his personal money bank.
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The boy punches in his PIN and takes out the money before the video ends.
Netizens were amused by the boy's bank business
Many South Africans couldn't help but joke about how much the parents requested and how the boy conducted his financial services business an.
"The R600 must come back with interest please . He is running a business here."
"Hay daddy hade mfethu wena ufuna ibank lonke."
"Hhe bathi kulikhuni ukaba indoda ."
"Hayi Daddy nawe you asking too much."
"I am proud of you guys as parents also proud that you taught him to read before signing."
"Once took a loan from a similar bank interest almost killed me, was getting calls everyday to remind me to pay, no more."
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Asamoah Gyan breaks his susu box filled with plenty money
In another story, Yen.com.gh reported that former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has revealed money he gained by putting money away in his "susu box," better known as a piggy bank. According to a video that YEN.com.gh saw on Celebritiesbuzz TV's YouTube account, the savings were completed in just six months.
Gyan saved a much more money than is often depicted on social media since the package, which appeared much larger than usual, was loaded with GH20 and GH10 notes. It has been customary for many individuals to store pennies and other small bills in "susu boxes" all year long.
The savers often open the boxes at the end of the year and post pictures of how much money they were able to accumulate with such modest amounts. This serves as inspiration for others to choose the same path because even little sums of money may aid through difficult times and be used to pay for holiday bills.
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