“I Helped Someone to Borrow N5m From My Boss”: Nigerian Man Narrates How He Was Almost Arrested

“I Helped Someone to Borrow N5m From My Boss”: Nigerian Man Narrates How He Was Almost Arrested

  • A Nigerian man, Rahman Olakunle Ali, said that a move he made to help a prospective business partner to secure a loan backfired
  • The young man said that he had to help the person secure a N5 million loan because he thought the move will favour him and his boss
  • The debtor later tried to get them arrested when he could not meet the repayment plan for the loan he got

A young Nigerian man, Rahman Olakunle Ali, has narrated how the favour he did for a potential business partner turned out bad.

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, August 9, the young man said he stood in for the person and helped with securing a N5 million loan from his boss.

Securing a loan in Nigeria/paying back a loan.
The man said that he would have gone to jail on the issue. Photo source: Rahman Olakunle Ali
Source: Facebook

Favour turned out bad

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According to Olakunle, the loan was to help the building material businessman get through a rough patch with the hope that the favour will birth a business partnership.

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When the time came for the debtor to repay it, he went back on his agreement and involved the police. Olakunle said he tried to get him and his boss who gave out the money arrested.

Long night with the police

What should have been a repaid favour turned out to be a long night for him and his boss at the police station.

He stated that if not that his boss trusted him well enough, he would have been in a big trouble for the money he never spent. Olakunle advised against standing in for people to secure a loan.

Watch his video here.

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

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Ummu Mujahid Wa Muhammad said:

"Allhamdullia it has been resolved ooh cos olosan Police station I hate am pass anything."

Muinat Dauda said:

"Sorry about it,but pls learn your lesson.mayAllah protect you,Amin&everyone Amin."

Taiwo Adeleke said:

"Sorry for that. That will serve as a lesson for many."

Sekoni Tawakalt Pholarsharderh said:

"Bad people have spoiled the innocent one's..may Allah ease it."

Tauheed Muhammad said:

"So sad."

Nigerian man in American court

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man who was charged to court for traffic disobedience appeared before an American judge, Frank Carpio.

In a video shared by @investingpath, the man fearfully asked the judge if he will be going home or taken to prison.

Judge Carpio said he will not be facing punishment as he is not in trouble. After getting that response, he heaved a sigh of relief.

Source: Legit.ng

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