- Nigerians on social media are buzzing with mixed reactions over photos of some shoes received as giveaway items
- Facebook user, Bella Egooyibo Ubeoyibo Obi, shared photos of the haggard shoes an unidentified lady receive
- In the conversation shared, the lady revealed that all 8 shoes gotten in the giveaway were in terrible condition
- Internet users have reacted to the gist with mixed feelings
Usually, whenever a giveaway is announced on social media, it usually ends with people either winning cash gifts, free items in good condition, and in cases of business pages, products and services.
However, this was not the case for a lady who joined a giveaway for shoes as what was meant to be a delight turned out to be quite a rude shock for her.
Facebook user, Bella Egooyibo Ubeoyibo Obi, shared photos of some worn-out shoes which a lady received in a giveaway.
In the screenshots of the conversation Bella had with the said lady, the shoes were eight in number, all of them in bad conditions.
The said lady narrated that when she went to pick up the items, she didn't open to check until she got back home.
She expressed shock at the conditions of the shoes, stating that she wouldn't even give them to a beggar.
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The post which has since gone viral, had several internet users sharing their thoughts on the matter.
Below are some comments from Instagram:
"Giveaway or she gave you to help her throw away "
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"Abeg return am."
"Wickedness of the highest order☺️some person no dey fear God, haba."
"Naaaa the person is useless like the shoes she gave away."
"They supposed to use the shoe to nack her head "
"Some people are just mad"
"Please return it back to her and blast her"
"The giver is wicked "
"This one is throw away not give away "
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Still on giveaway experiences, Frodd has taken to social media to share his encounter with a giveaway winner whom he had mistakenly sent N45,000 more than the established amount.
Frodd, in a series of Instagram stories, opened up about how he planned to give out the sum of N5,000 each to 10 single mothers as his way of supporting them.
During the course of transferring the money, he mistakenly added an extra zero to the amount, making it N50,000 instead of N5,000.
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