- A man broke his piggy bank where he has been saving for the past one year to reveal massive GHc15.02 (N1000) notes
- In a viral video, the man packed crumpled naira notes out as if he was bringing out pieces of papers
- Nigerians were amazed by his determination to save that much as some said that they do not have such patience
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A video showing a Nigerian man packing out crumpled notes of GHc15.02 (N1000) to make a messy heap on the floor has stirred reactions.
In the clip, the man dug into a wooden box, conversing with someone behind the camera. He took the money out as if they were some trash.
A heap of cash
A caption layered over the video said:
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"Try to dey save as little as u can..."
@gossipmilltv that posted the video said that the man saved the money for just one year. Nigerians were amazed by his dedication.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 2,000 comments with more than 50,000 likes.
Many people praised him
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Me once i save for raining days na the next day rain dey start o."
"By God’s grace I go try this thing next year."
"Give me his contact make i gum body small."
"Na who dey see money fit save o."
"E no fit pass 365k if na everyday e day put 1k."
"This one na my man ooo. Baby bring the money over here."
Another Nigerian man broke his piggy bank
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the name Emmanuel Olatunji Ega stirred massive reactions online as he showed off the reward of his savings habit.
In a Facebook post on Thursday, December 2, he shared a photo of a piggy bank he just broke. Around the wooden receptacle are different notes that comprised mostly of N1,000 and N500.
He revealed that seeing all the money he had saved up makes him feel like the richest man in the world.
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