- Footage of a house stashed with cash has surfaced on social media
- The video shows young men busily arranging the bundles of cash
- Details about whose building the monies were packed in or where the young men conducted their affairs were not disclosed
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Some unidentified youth have been captured in wild jubilation whilst busily arranging bundles of cash, including GHC100 and GHC200 bills.
The video opens with a scene of monies packed beautifully and arranged on the floor in a building.
A scene in the video also captures bundles of cedi bills being packed by the young men.
Although details about whose building the monies were packed in or where the young men conducted their affairs remain unclear, the video is widely being circulated on social media.
The denominations included GHC100 and GHC200.
Unspecific voices over the video suggested the monies were not for the young men.
One of the young men can be heard asking a colleague to record while another voice objects saying, "Hold on. You can take the video when we’re done arranging the money. I’ll film as well for the future."
The young men can also be heard urging themselves with motivational words as they expressed optimism of making money in future.
The video has left some peeps online thrilled.
Watch the video below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer and songwriter, DJ Switch, shared the hilarious conversation she had with an online scammer on her Instagram page.
In the funny chat that was shared by the singer on her Instagram page, the scammer presented a dummy business idea that he or she tried to make sound elaborate.
The singer played along and there was a back and forth between her and the scammer who had ignored her request for a voice note or video call.
Eventually, the singer gave him a series of numbers which she claimed to be her password but was actually ‘olodo jatijati’ written in numbers.
Switch then proceeded to tell the scammer to change his or her ways and also advised the person to go back to school and learn better English.
In the caption of the post, DJ Switch admitted that she was entertained by the scammer and she advised her fans to beware of such fraudulent people.
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