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Customer visits bank with iron kolo box to deposit savings only to discover everything has decayed (Video)



A customer took a kolo box to the bank to deposit the money being saved for long but the money was discovered to have become rotten.

In a video making the rounds online, bank staff and other customers watched as the offloaded the decayed cash unto a desk.

The box was broken in the banking hall and they were all in shock that there was no good naira note inside.

Different people kept ruffling their hands through the pile of N1k notes to see if any one was still good.

Watch video below:

Reacting, the__oluwatosin wrote; Looking closely at this money… I can tell you for sure that it got bad from water… Just imagine your old books kept beside a wall for so long… It’ll get moist and go bad

marchborn09; And this person em family members fit tell am to give dem money o but e fit say e no get😂

globalwalex; As long as the serial number are intact, it’s still a legal tender

nikkilaoye; So he brought it to the bank so that they would do what?🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️ Oti lo, most of it is now worthless and destroyed, there is nothing that can be done with this paper

jimmy_biirch; You Dey keep money ??? But I sure say this person de always ask people for money 💰 on God. You keep yours trying to spend others. See your life now

diamondbest1; Go to central bank, they’ll replace the money for you

In similar content, 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.”


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