Massive Reactions as Nigerian Doctor Shares Screenshot of Wife's Request Sent as Formal Letter

Massive Reactions as Nigerian Doctor Shares Screenshot of Wife's Request Sent as Formal Letter

- A Nigerian doctor recently took to social media to share a screenshot of the email his wife sent to him

- In the screenshot, the doctor's wife wrote a letter to her husband requesting money during her leave

- The letter got people talking on social media and those that are single imagined how sweet marriage could be

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A Nigerian medical practitioner identified as Doctor Adams Ayeni had people talking on social media after sharing a screenshot of the email his wife sent to him.

Dr Ayeni's wife sent a formal letter to him requesting money to spend during her leave that would begin on Wednesday, March 24.

Massive Reactions as Nigerian Doctor Shares Screenshot of Wife's Request Sent as Formal Letter
The Nigerian doctor shared screenshot of the email his wife sent to him. Photo credit: @Adamsayeni
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The letter read in part:

"As you are already aware, I will be starting my leave on Wednesday (24/03/2021) and I will be needing some money to enjoy myself during my rest period."

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The doctor's wife, however, promised him that she would choose her priority right while spending the money.

She also said there is payment in kind as a show of gratitude.

Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.

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@temidayodaniel wrote:

"Payment in kind, biko what does that mean?"

@lasbury123 commented:

"In accounting, all benefits received not in monetary form is considered payment-in-kind. Examples for a home setting could include your daily freshly cooked meals, house chores, za oza room activities.
"It is however unclear how to treat PIK that don't have a fixed monetary value."

@lasbury123 said:

"In accounting, all benefits received not in monetary form is considered payment-in-kind. Examples for a home setting could include your daily freshly cooked meals, house chores, za oza room activities. It is however unclear how to treat PIK that don't have a fixed monetary value."

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@OkonKingsleySu1 wrote:

"Love is sweet abeg.... I read this and I can't help but smile. Dr. I am sure you have done the needful so you can also rest. Send our regards to her. God will continue to bless you to respond to more emails."

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In other news, it is not new to see partners in marriages asking for help from one another, what is uncommon is the professional touch to it by some people and that is the case of a brand influencer identified as @irizzzy_ on Twitter.

The lady got people talking after she revealed that to get money from her husband for her new business, she had to present a proposal.

The young lady also continued by saying that she already sent the proposal to his mail and had to defend it the next day, to which she asked her followers to wish her luck.

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