Lady Pays N100 to Cross Mud on Bad Aba Road, Says Someone Carried Her On Their Back, Nigerians React

Lady Pays N100 to Cross Mud on Bad Aba Road, Says Someone Carried Her On Their Back, Nigerians React

  • A young lady has lamented the state of Aba road and how the bus she was on got stuck in the mud
  • The lady went ahead to say that she had to part with the sum of N100 before somebody could carry her on his back
  • Many Nigerians who commented on the video of the road wondered if she is angry about the bad road or the money paid

A Nigerian lady has in a video lamented the horrible state of a road in Aba. Sharing a clip of a bus stuck in muddy waters, she spoke about what she went through.

In the clip, passengers who had come down from the same vehicle could be seen hanging by the side of the road.

Many people reacted to the video.
The lady said that she paid N100 to make it across the mud. Photo source: @instablog9ja
Source: Instagram

I paid N100 to come out

The lady revealed that she had to pay the sum of N100 so that someone could 'ferry' her across the mud on their back.

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Her camera panned around the road as vehicles could be seen trying to get around to avoid losing tyre-grip in the mud.

Watch the video below (swipe):

As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 1,000 comments and thousands of views.

Below are some of the reactions:

sauceprince1 said:

"N100 to carry someone on your back? Some people dey hustle sha."

therawdeeya wondered:

"Is she lamenting about the money she paid the guy for the service he rendered or the fact that Nigerian roads are bad?"

grt_khali joked:

"Ordinary things (like this) no fit move me again."

miz_preety said:

"Shey na dey bad road dey pain you abi the #100 you paid?"

tcm_cholo said:

"Law of demand and supply….. don’t ask me I don’t know what the law states."

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Government responded to a bad road

Meanwhile, earlier reported that the Edo state government finally responded to the horrible road project a contractor handled in the state.

Days ago, a man’s video went viral where he lamented about how bad the road was as he inspected the gutters.

On Governor Godwin Obaseki's Facebook page, it was revealed that the government has ordered the immediate arrest of the person in charge of the project after it found that he indeed did a shoddy job.


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