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“Why Dating Okada-Men May Be A Wiser Choice Than Dating Bankers” – Man Advises Ladies

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A Nigerian man has taken to microblogging platform, Twitter to dish a piece of relationship advise to women.


He hinted that dating a commercial motorcycle rider commonly known as Okada rider, may be a better than dating a banker.

The tweep known as Zayyad did a comparative analysis of the monies bankers earn monthly and the daily turn overs of bikemen.

He noted that an average banker makes N80,000 per month, whereas an okadaman makes N6k daily and when multiplied by 30 days, he would go home with N180,000 at the end of the month.

After giving the breakdown on his Twitter page, Zayyad, with username @Itz_zayyad1 then urged women to choose wisely.

He wrote; ”Banker: N80k monthly

Okada Man: N6k daily,that’s N180k monthly.

Ladies Choose wisely 😂 😝”

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian comedian known as Chineke Boy created a scene at different banks when he visited them to file an unusual complaint during working hours.

He stormed two different banks to query them for not sending him text message on his birthday, as he mentioned that all they know how to do is deduct charges and VAT from customers account.

The content creator said that he turned a new age the previous day but they did not remember to celebrate him like other banks did.

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In a video making the rounds online, he could be seen in the banking hall shouting at security and customer service to have his account closed with immediate effect or send him a text message on the spot.

The moment he said this, other customers in the hall burst into fits of laughter, including some bank staff.

There was a point that he ranted so intensely that people started singing him a birthday song.

However, at the end of the whole drama, he announced that he was a comedian and judt wanted to cause stir, after which he exited the bank.

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