Lady reveals the impressive amount she was able to make after saving in piggy bank

Lady reveals the impressive amount she was able to make after saving in piggy bank

Adults often times have bills to pay that they sometimes forget to set some money aside for rainy days. However, some few smart individuals who know the importance of saving often take to social media to share their progress.

No doubt, saving money takes a lot of guts and only disciplined individuals can carry out the task successfully. In recent times, social media has been abuzz with stories of people who managed to keep large amounts of money after saving for a few months.

Recently, Legit.ng gathered the report of a Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as Amina Abdullahi (@Mvnaaa__) who managed to save some amount of money in her piggy bank.

The pretty lady revealed that she had managed to keep N40,700 in her bank despite saving for less than two months.

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She tweeted:

“Broke my Kolo today. Was able to save 40,700 from November 7th to December 22nd. I tried right?

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This is quite impressive. Who knows what she would have been able to keep if she had saved for a longer time.

Meanwhile, not everybody is always lucky to have a good saving experience. Legit.ng earlier reported that a couple who had been keeping their money in a piggy bank since January, found it nearly empty when they decided to open it.

Since the month of January, Iheaka Michael and his wife had been saving up money for an important cause in a piggy bank. Recently, they broke the little chest with the hope that their nest egg would have yielded quite a lot.

Upon looking into the box, they found nothing except for some trifle naira notes that did not amount to anything! What this means is that their labour of saving for the rainy day had been wasted in a mysterious, uncanny way.

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