"Naira Scarcity": Sick Old Man Storms Keystone Bank with Bed, Says He Needs His Money

"Naira Scarcity": Sick Old Man Storms Keystone Bank with Bed, Says He Needs His Money

  • Emotional reactions have trailed a viral video of an elderly man sitting on a bed at keystone bank, Nigeria
  • In the short clip, the man placed the bed on the floor on sat on it as onlookers watched him with pity
  • Netizens have reacted to the video with several people appealing to banks to give special treatment to some people

A sick Nigerian man recently took an extra step to ensure that he gets money at Keystone bank, Nigeria.

In a heartbreaking video, the elderly man took a bed to the bank and sat patiently on it at the bank premises.

Elderly man storms bank with bed, keystone bank
Old man storms bank with bed Photo Credit: @streetmanofGod
Source: TikTok

He appealed to the staff at the bank to give him cash to enable him to sort out his medical bills at a hospital.

The video was shared on TikTok with the caption:

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"Keystone bank should release his money. He is sick and needs money to take care of himself."

Social media reactions

@arnoldatkinson85 said:

"I dont understand this shthole Africa person come dey inside sef so person can redraw his own hard earn money again."

@jerrygodspower commented:

"Come you guys don’t need to bring this man here, simply download keystone bank app and make transfer transactions to the hospital he is taking med."

@williamkelvin680 said:

"This country tired me, you get money to collect am na war this government are just so wicked dem forget say dem go still go meet God."

@realgoa said:

"Wat kind of problem is dis. people close to him should help. whr is d man location?"

@imani_quest added:

"When you tell them to put in the right person for the job, they'll tell you he's not their brother. Everybody go get this sense las las."

Watch the video below:

Aba residents turn bank to restaurant

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that with the prolonged cash crunch and scarcity of new notes across various states in Nigeria, citizens have devised several means to survive the ordeal.

While some chose to protest, like in Oyo state, residents in Aba, Abia state turned a commercial bank into a restaurant. At the bank, residents were seen to have arrived in the area with the camping gas, pots and other cooking utensils.

However, the video seen by Legit.ng did not show the moment the residents, who might have waited hours in the bank to get cash, cooked their food - noodles.


Source: Legit.ng

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