Nigerian fashion designer finds $5000 in customer’s bag of clothes and returns it to the rightful owner
A Nigerian fashion designer has claimed that he found $5,000 in a bag of clothes brought by a customer and returned the cash to the owner.
The designer, identified as Abdulrahman Abdullahi, took to the microblogging platform, Twitter, to make this revelation on Wednesday, April 27.
“Earlier today, a man brought a work to me in my fashion house. Inside the Ghana Must Go he put his cloth, I found 50 pieces of old stock $100. But I am happy to announce that, I safely returned it to the owner,” he tweeted.
In other news, a male Nigerian student nurse on placement in a mental institution abroad has landed in trouble after entering into a relationship with a female patient hospital.
This shocking revelation was made by one Temitope Olowu on Twitter, who disclosed that the impacted nursing student opted to establish an intimate relationship with the woman while he was doing a placement at the psychiatric facility.
They allegedly exchanged explicit pictures, and when their behavior was uncovered, the institution reportedly withdrew his enrollment and had him jailed on charges of abusing a patient who was struggling with mental health.
“A Nigerian student nurse on placement in a mental health hospital decided to have a relationship with a patient…
Exchanging explicit photos with her. University has terminated his course. Police is involved. Safeguarding enquiry is underway