A Nigerian Twitter user identified as @yusuffyolo claims that a POS agent in his neighbourhood bought a Mercedes Benz.
He expressed shock via his account while sharing a screenshot of a conversation supposedly between him and the POS operator.
In the chat, the agent whose name was saved as Emeka, said he has taken his car from an auto dealership.
Yusuf who was stunned asked him if he was able to buy Benz with money from the POS business and he answered affirmatively.
Sharing the chat, he wrote; “One P.O.S guy for my area don buy Benz this morning.”
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Meanwhile, a Nigerian lady has taken to social media to cry out for advise after her fiance broke up with her following a suggestion she gave that he was not comfortable with.
She said they were preparing for introduction and she recommended he rents a Venza which he will drive to see her parents for the rites.
According to the 26-year-old woman, he has a Toyota Matrix but she does not like the car so she she thought that he would have made more money and bought a new one before the D-Day.
That did not happen so she decided to rent the Venza at N100k charge for 24 hours on his behalf without first informing him.
She made a down payment from the money he gave her to prepare the food for the introduction and when she informed him of what she did with the cash he was unhappy.
He ended the relationship by sending her a message which read; I am done, however, the lady was confused as to whether she did something wrong.
She wrote; “I want to know if it’s wrong to ask my fiancée to rent a car before coming for my introduction. He has a car but it’s Toyota matrix. He gave me but I didn’t collect it cos I don’t like it. I thought he was going to hustle to get us a new one before the intro. He is working, So i made inquiries for (rental) Venza.
It’s 100k for 24hrs which is a bit reasonable. already made deposit from the money he gave me for cooking of food for intro and my clothes. He sent this “I am done” is this how men make hasty decisions? I am 26 years old, waiting for service.”