Nigerian lady elated after finding £5 in jeans outfit she bought

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She shared a photo of the £5 note she found in the trouser on her Twitter page and asked her followers for the money’s worth.

A Nigerian woman has taken to social media to express her excitement after finding a £5 note in a pair of jeans she bought from the market.

The lady, simply identified as Omotoyosi on Twitter, said she had gotten the jeans a month ago and found the pound note with the late Queen Elizabeth’s image in the pocket when she tried to wear them on Sunday.

91015632 a rack of second hand jeans

She shared a photo of the £5 note she found in the trouser on her Twitter page and asked her followers for the money’s worth.

“Bought a jeans trouser a month ago and I never for once wore it. Going out today and I said ok o let me even wear this jeans and behold I saw this inside it. Please how much is this??” She tweeted.

See her post below,

Nigerian lady elated after pulling out a 5 from a jean outfit she 1.jpg

In other news, a Nigerian man has donated the sum of N500,000 to support the campaign of Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

The young man identified as @RichMoney001, who revealed this on his social media page, urged Peter Obi not to disappoint if he wins the presidential election in 2023, and he added that the money he donated is his 9 months savings.

According to the staunch Obi supporter, he considers the donation as his contribution to a better Nigeria, and promises to donate more before the election.

“Am using my 9months savings to secure my future generation yet unborn. Pls @PeterObi when you become president come 2023 election pls don’t disappoint me and other youths that believes in you.  My donation for @PeterObi campaign is not a mistake and i will donate more before the election, is my own little way of contributing for a better Nigeria. God bless Nigeria.” He wrote.


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