- A Nigerian man has been left biting his fingers in regret after an online transaction went South
- The man @JeJaiye shared on Twitter what he received after he ordered for roasted plantain from an online vendor
- The post stirred huge reactions as tweeps hilariously chided him saying he should be grateful onions was even added to what was delivered to him
It is virtually hard to find anything that won't sell online, as different entrepreneurs and businesses seek to take advantage of the huge opportunities available on the net.
This, however, doesn't mean that all offer the best of services to their customers. A Young man has taken to social media to share what he received after he ordered for roasted plantain - known as boli in local parlance - online and what the food vendor delivered to him.
Posting a shot of the roasted plantain, that had cut onion particles and a snail in it, @JeJaiye wrote:
"No be you wan chop online Boli.. na watin u dey find u go see."
He shared a picture of the poorly-packaged roasted plantain that had watermarked on it words that read: "Omo see wetin person bring for me for #2000.. I'm still in shock."
Reacting to the post, a lady with the handle @AmyyPaull commented:
"Onions is expensive. You should be thankful they even added onions."
"Not like I am trying to support this, but snails are expensive. That’s the only reason I think this is worth 2k. But two or three boli in a plate plus snail and sauce would have been perfect for this price; understandably!"
"There’s sauce smeared all over the plate ... so this is a lie the sauce and boli was more than this. You ate and remained this then snapped..lori iro."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported what a lady got after she ordered for a cake online.
Oreoluwa said that on online vendor played her friend dirty as she posted photos of the kind of cake her friend wanted and what she got instead. In the first photo, Oreoluwa showed a lovely cake in the form of a Singer sewing machine.
The cake was coloured in pinks and whites and greys with pretty little details such as scissors, threads, tape rules and more. The cake looked very beautiful.
However, Oreoluwa’s friend got a lumpy looking red, white and black cake that looked like an ugly number five instead of a sewing machine. The cake looked nothing like what was actually ordered for.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. When he is not surfing the net, Victor watches football for the fun of it. Learn more about him at Twitter @DuruCVictor2