A Nigerian man has amazed social media users after he revealed how much he was able to save in his kolo box.
He broke his savings box in a video trending online and found more than N2 million inside.
The young man expressed disbelief that at the amount of money in the box as he packed it all out. After counting it, he said that it totaled N2 million and sixty-five thousand.
According to the man, he used to put at least N40,000 in the piggy bank once in a week.
He further said that he was able to save such an amount by “avoiding liabilities and unnecessary transfer.”
Someone who was in the background of the video jokingly stated that even Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote couldn’t realise such.
Sharing the video, he captioned; “It’s important bruv …. Just commot mind say you get savings , it will surely pile up.”
Watch the clip:
@cashymawo1 Don’t joke when it comes to savings #fyp #foryou #foryoupage ♬ original sound – cashymawo1
In entertainment news, Nigerian comedian and actor, Bright Okpocha, professionally known as Basketmouth, has revealed that he is yet to receive a house he bought 14 years ago.
The comic act lamented in a post on his Instagram page about paying N32 million (Thirty Two Million Naira) down payment for a house in Prime Water View estate, Lagos, yet he hasn’t received the deeds.
He said that at the time, the management and developer handling the project were involved in a court case with the bank funding the estate development. However, after all parties resolved the matter, they neither refunded his money nor handed the house to him rather he kept hearing funny stories.
Basketmouth who felt he has been silent for too long decided to speak up after 14 years of being played around by the establishment he paid the money to. He asked Nigerians whether he has been patient enough and if it would be appropriate for him to call out the company and its owner.
The actor wrote; ”Do you guys think I’ve been patient enough? I put a N32million down payment for a house in Prime Water View estate 14yrs ago.
They had some issues with the bank funding the project that landed both parties in court. After the matter was resolved I started hearing all sorts of stories concerning the delivery of the house and the refund.”