Tension Mounts On Social Media As Nigerian Clerk Claims A Snake Ate 36 Million Naira - ARREYB

Tension Mounts On Social Media As Nigerian Clerk Claims A Snake Ate 36 Million Naira

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Nigerians have for the past hours been ranting on social media after the BBC published the story of a Nigerian clerk who was suspended after she told auditors that a snake had eaten 36 million naira.

The BBC reported that “Madam Philomena Chieshe was working at an office for the Nigerian examination board, JAMB which collects exam fees.

The exam board, the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, told the us that it dismissed her claim and has started disciplinary proceedings”.

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To ridicule the act, Nigerians have flaunted several comments on social media to mock the act.

A Nigerian writes

” I was swallowing money all night, can someone recommend a good spot to chill with babes?”

Another comments

“Lol, snake chop money for Jam office, I swear we are not serious”

This has been one of the most trending gist on social media this week. While Nigerians eargerly wait to see her sanctions, the JAMB office has however dismiss her claim and start descriplinary measures.

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