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Man seeks advice after getting excess cash from bank

Ghlagatin 1 month ago 0

Nigerian man seeks advice as he battles internal debate to return excess cash mistakenly given to him by the bank cashier.

The man asked Twitter audience anonymously via popular influencer, @Wizarab, who shared it to the app.

According to him, he had gone to the bank to withdraw the sum of N150k but was given N200k instead.

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“I had a dream good things were happening to me” — Man seeks advice on whether to return excess cash from bank cashier“I had a dream good things were happening to me” — Man seeks advice on whether to return excess cash from bank cashier

He admits when he was given the money in the bank he didn’t count it and he didn’t notice the difference until he got home and counted it.

The man is now left confused on whether to return the excess money or to spend it as he had a dream about good things happening to him.

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He wrote;

“Gud day wiz. I went to bank to withdraw 150k they gave me 200k instead, though I didn’t count it till I got to my destination. Should I return the 50k or I should keep it. Though I had dream yestady, when good things was happening to me.
That’s why I’m confused. Pls I need you people’s advise.”

Many Netizens have advised him to return the money immediately and wait for his dream to manifest in the right way.

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“I had a dream good things were happening to me” — Man seeks advice on whether to return excess cash from bank cashier“I had a dream good things were happening to me” — Man seeks advice on whether to return excess cash from bank cashier

SOURCE: Ghlagatin.net

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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