I Was Not Allowed To Handle Money By a Charity Organisation In The UK Because I am a Nigerian

9 months ago by: kacy lee
(f) at 23-08-2019 08:55PM (9 months ago)

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A Nigerian Lady identified as Yemisi Ajeojo took to her twitter page to recount her experience with her Asian employer in the UK

Read her narration below:








candela (m) at 23-08-2019 09:49PM
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That charity is very smart. This story shows they have a bright future; you would have stolen wonders if they let you near their money...like all Nigerians
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fineboy77 (m) at 23-08-2019 10:12PM
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Quote from: candela on 23-08-2019 09:49PM
That charity is very smart. This story shows they have a bright future; you would have stolen wonders if they let you near their money...like all Nigerians
Not all Nigerians steal...but you know that bad news sales faster....they will never hear of the Nigerian Military man that returned lost €37,000 to the owner.

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Baye77 (m) at 23-08-2019 11:53PM
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Ofcos the evil of some will rub on all of us
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Doyourworst (m) at 24-08-2019 12:12AM
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I do believe your story. I'm really ashamed to be a Nigerian. I do wish people don't ask me where I'm originally from. Nigeria is such a bad name to be associated with. It took my boss many years before he could trust me as a Nigerian. What a shame!.
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WhenYouThinkAboutIt (m) at 24-08-2019 12:17AM
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Sure we have made corruption normal, what do you expect, to be treated without suspicion Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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WhenYouThinkAboutIt (m) at 24-08-2019 12:20AM
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A close friend of mine employed someone to look after his fish farm, he thought he would also be doing some good to this unemployed Nigerian, but what did he get in return, when my friend was not around, his employee, will sell his produce to people and will pocket the money, then he would use the money on women, hehe, and he was drinking, and did not even use the stolen money to do good
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WhenYouThinkAboutIt (m) at 24-08-2019 12:22AM
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When people do not know left from right, you cannot trust them, myself find it hard to trust my Nigerian brother, it better to be safe.
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ikpotokin (m) at 24-08-2019 08:53AM
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They were right not to allow you
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