Good Samaritan sends N10 to Nigerian man on Twitter (photo)

Good Samaritan sends N10 to Nigerian man on Twitter (photo)

A Nigerian man identified simply as Jimi who was trying to shoot his financial shot shared his account details on Twitter and money was immediately sent to him. However, the amount he got might leave you laughing uncontrollably.

Many social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have become platforms where users do businesses, advertisement and even philanthropist use these mediums to do good work by offering money to the needy.

Twitter, which is a micro-blogging platform is a medium mainly used to discuss hot topics, share expreriences and also people use the medium to give out money those in need of it.

There have been stories of people who got money for medical purposes on the platform, money for educational purposes and even Nigerian celebrities use Twitter to give money to loyal fans, all you have to do is share your account details.

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Young Jimi also wanted to try his luck, since there have been lots of testimonies about people getting money just by sharing their details but he received ten naira instead.

The Twitter user shared a screenshot of the credit alert with the Samaritan's name, who he identified as Fasaanu Olumide. Jimi expressed that he was laughing so hard when he got the alert.

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He wrote: "Lmaoooo Twitter is mad. I posted my account number in a thread and someone sent me 10 naira, Lmaoooo I dey laugh like fool for here. Please who is Fasaanu Olumide? You no well at all I swear."

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Lol! But seriously to Jimi ten naira might be laughable but to someone who has not drank water for a whole day, it is money for sachet water.

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Source: Legit.ng

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