- A house recently went up in flames and with it a man's life savings
- A man, who shared his predicament on social media, says he has been saving the money for a while
- Kelly Mark says he is confused as to what next to do about his predicament
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A Nigerian man has been left heartbroken after his house went up in flames and his savings got burnt.
The man identified as Kelly Mark took to Facebook on Tuesday to share his predicament.
He posted on Facebook:
"Please guys this is what happened to me this afternoon, I have been saving this cash for some time now. Only to be called that my house is on fire.
"I ran down and after putting off the fire my saving box was burnt, after opening it I found the money inside like this. Inside this Covid 19 wahala. Am confused as what to do."
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Kelly did not reveal how much money was in the container which burned along with the rest of his worldly belongings.
In other news, a woman asked her boyfriend for a data bundle and received a resounding no as an answer.
Perhaps he didn't like the request, maybe it was her tone, but he chose not to mince his words in his response.
He responded: "I don't want you to ask me for data next time. I feel disrespected. This is first time a woman ask me for data in five years. I'm not your schoolmate kind of boyfriend."
A screenshot of their conversation somehow found its way on social media after Wolf (@madisemadisa) shared it via Twitter on Monday.
The tweet invoked a strong response with many criticising the man for his forthright reaction.
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