- A viral video has shown the moment when a Nigerian man who lives in Italy was told by an Oyinbo lady to wash the toilet
- But an argument ensued because it appeared the man was not keen on doing the job he was asked to do
- He said in the video that he is no longer going to do the work because they are not being paid for it by whoever is in charge
A Nigerian man living in Italy has been seen in a viral video refusing to wash the toilet after he was told to do so by a white lady.
The man said he and others were not being paid for the services, adding that he won't do it again.
Oyinbo lady insists
The Oyinbo lady seen in the video however kept shouting and the man kept saying in Pidgin English that he won't.
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The video showed mopping and cleaning materials but it was not known if that is what the Nigerian man does in Italy.
The man said:
"Me no dey do again. Dem no dey give us monney."
Social media users have since intervened and asked the man to do the job especially if it brings money.
Watch the video below:
Instagram users react
"Wash am clean am. Our prayers are with you."
"Better wash the toilet. No go let your village people push you come back to Nigeria ooooooo be wise."
"Omo if not for bad govt, abroad is just for holiday only not living there."
"Better wash ham and collect your money to come BUGA us."
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