“Pay N60k for N50k”: Video Showing Woman Hawking New Naira Notes Makes Many People Angry
- A viral video showing the moment a woman hawked new naira notes that many are suffering to get stirred reactions
- In the clip, the hawker said she would charge N10,000 for every N50,000 naira notes as she showed off money bundles
- Nigerians who reacted to the video stated that such a practice is the reason the country is full of corruption
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As new naira notes scarcity lingers, a video shared by @zitanne_fashion has shown a woman with bundles of it.
The woman whose face was not shown in the video hawked the notes to make a quick profit. She told people they would have to pay N60,000 to get N50,000 of the new naira notes.
Woman does business with new naira notes
A man wondered how a street hawker has access to the naira notes many could not even get in the bank.
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Another person who said that even the woman's price is relatively fair added that those hawking the notes are why people cannot easily get it from their banks.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"That one that said 'some are even selling more than that' are the kinda people you shouldn’t go shopping with. Elenu gbongbo."
"She suppose to be arrested. She will explain."
"Yet bankers claim they are not involved _ if it was ATM payment will you get packets? emmmmm."
"Abi o where did dey get it from o haaa oma ga o."
"She even has the audacity to say how many."
Prince T said:
"Who is selling those money for them? no be bank manager."
"One man paid 100k to collect one million."
Mathias Annys said:
"Wht Kind of country Selling the country currency for the same currency. crazy."
Apple hawker allows transfers
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian hawker got many talking in a video that went viral on social media. While hawking her apples, the lady had a mini "signboard" made from a carton hanging on her neck.
On the cartoon was written her GTB account number. While answering a man who asked for the price of her goods, the woman said that each apple goes for N100 if one is paying with cash.
She factored in the current cash scarcity into her business as she sought to gain more from the situation. The hawker added that any customer making a transfer would pay N200.