Nigerians react as lady calls out entrepreneur who charged them N75k for WhatsApp training

Nigerians react as lady calls out entrepreneur who charged them N75k for WhatsApp training

The story of a Nigerian entrepreneur identified simply as Moe, who charged her students N75,000 for a WhatsApp class is trending online. The entrepreneur was called out on social media by one of her students who was not satisfied with her methods.

After a look through Moe's Instagram page, Legit.ng gathered that the entrepreneur describes herself as a startup attorney and a personal development expert.

According to the Twitter user identified as Daughter of Eve, Moe charged her students N75,000 for a WhatsApp class that is not worth N5,000. She then claimed that the entrepreneur took the money paid by the students and went on a tour of the world.

Daughter of Eve also stated that the students were not satisfied with Moe's class and her methods and they asked for a refund but she has refused to reply to their emails or refund the money.

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Moe replied to the claims, saying that she did not defraud anyone. She noted that her class is a webinar spread over a three month period.

According to her, she had to travel for some weeks and she shared it with her students, which means her classes would run into December.

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Nigerians reacted to the claims on Twitter, noting that the price of the WhatsApp class is outrageous. They also said anyone who pays for such class is not smart.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerians took to social media to react to the story of an employer who tested job seekers. A Nigerian man recently shared the news of how an employer conducted a job interview by testing the patience of the job seekers. He said he delayed the interview and hired the two people that remained after about 11 hours of waiting.

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