Nigerian lady returns money company mistakenly paid into her account

Nigerian lady returns money company mistakenly paid into her account

- A Nigerian lady identified as Wendy on social media has shown that Nigerians are honest people

- In a recent post shared on Instagram, Wendy, narrated how she applied for a job and got it but had to turn it down

- However, the lady had completed the entire documentation process and so, ended up getting paid

- Wendy decided to return the money as she did not work for it

Not a lot of people will choose to return money not meant for them especially when they need it. However, a Nigerian lady identified as Wendy, has done her part in changing the narrative that desperate times should call for desperate measures.

In a recent post shared on Instagram, Wendy, who is currently job hunting was lucky to get a job sometime ago and although she went through with the documentation process, she decided not to take the job and continued with her job search.

Fortunately and unfortunately, on pay day, she was surprised to get paid alongside those who took the job and actually went on to do it. Uneasy about spending money she did not earn, she went on to share her story and decided to return the money to the company that mistakenly paid her.

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Read her post below:

Interestingly, the young lady is still job searching and most social media users have agreed that with her level of integrity, any company will be lucky to have her.

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Meanwhile, a social media user has called the attention of an online community to an outrageous list of items requested from an apprentice on the occasion of his freedom ceremony.

Sharing a photo of the list on Twitter, the man noted that the items were requested by a tailor who was about to perform the traditional send forth ceremony for one of his apprentices.

The list features 24 items that must all be provided a week before the date scheduled for the event, with a warning to pay a fine of N2000, should the date be exceeded.

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