Lady caught trying to deposit N200k fake currency notes at a POS location

Lady caught trying to deposit N200k fake currency notes at a POS location

- A young lady was recently caught while trying to deposit fake naira currencies

- According to reports, she was caught with the sum of N200k all in fake naira notes at a POS location in Benin, Edo state

- In her confession, the lady revealed she was lured into the criminal act by a friend she met via Facebook

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Lady caught trying to deposit N200k fake currency notes at a POS location

She revealed that she was lurred into the act by a Facebook friend/Kinlite Media
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Currently trending on social media is a now viral video of a young lady who was recently caught trying to deposit some fake naira currencies in Edo state.

According to reports going round, she tried to deposit the sum of N200K in fake currencies, at a POS store in the state capital, Benin.

In the video, the lady who was surrounded by an angry crowd, confessed that she met the person who lured her into the criminal act, on Facebook.

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Only a while ago, a Nigerian businesswoman who is into cloth selling took to the photo-sharing app, Instagram, to call out a young lady who tried to scam her. According to the cloth seller, the young lady identified as Ayomide Ogunduyile tried to scam her with a fake alert.

"Earlier today, I posted that two ladies (friends) tried to scam me of #120,000 and #46,000 respectively. During this process, madam Ayomide was messaging asking for her order that was supposed to be delivered on Saturday," she wrote.

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Nigerians have reacted to the arrest of Instagram big boy Hushpuppi. The big boy is known for always flaunting wealth on his social media page. On many occasions, his way of life has been a source of concern for many youths who want to know how he got his money. Meanwhile, on Hushpuppi's Instagram bio is a description of him as a real estate agent.

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Recently, it was reported that the big money spender was arrested in Dubai, alongside one Mr Woodbery by Interpol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in Dubai, where he resides.

Nigerians have now reacted to the story of his arrest. According to many, they are not surprised that he was arrested as they noted that his wealth is questionable.

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