- A stubborn old man risked it all to get money from a keke driver as he hung on his moving tricycle
- Against a strong wind that took off his cap, the task officer held on, determined to get N50 from the driver
- Nigerians who reacted to the video said that man's action is a perfect example on why poverty is a disease
A suspected task force official has caused a scene in trying to get money from a keke driver and got people talking.
In a short video shared by @Instablog9ja, he hung on the front of the tricycle, looking sternly into the driver's face.
He remained resolute
The official did not budge as the keke kept moving at top speed. It was reported that he was trying to get N50 from the driver.
Passengers weighed in on the issue as they spoke in Hausa. The video has since generated massive reactions on social media.
Watch the clip below:
He risked it all
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 6,000 comments with thousands of views.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"As cap fly comot from baba head, it was this time he knew he fvcked up."
"When his cap came off he knew he made the wrong decision."
"You are joking with someone that has naira marley sticker abi?"
"Carry am dey go, you dey motivate me Aje... Baba has lost his cap for a start."
"You're risking your life because of 50 Naira, poverty die by fire."
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Another man held a car's bonnet
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another man showcased that perhaps, money has more value than his life following his reaction to a face-off he had with a lady.
In a viral video shared on Instagram, the man held on to the bonnet of a moving car.
It was said that the lady had declined to tip him for parking her car in his ''territory.'' Perhaps to forcefully get the money, the unidentified man hung on to the car's bonnet.
The situation lasted while the lady drove from Ikoyi to Victoria Island in Lagos. While the scary trip lasted, the man would steal glances behind him as if trying to watch for on-coming vehicles.