A man has reportedly been arrested by security personnel hired by a loan shark, Palmpay that he allegedly borrowed money from.
He was said to have refused to repay the money and has been evading the loan firm anytime they try to get their funds back.
The client, however ran out of luck as the company tracked him down and got him arrested just as he was trying to make an escape.
A video which surfaced online showed when the accused was inside a car and being accosted by armed security agents said to be attached to the company’s loan retrieval unit.
See the clip below:
hom3_4lone______; Thank God say ino put address for my own
only__xmimi; Very good for all those low budget Pablos Una go borrow finish still dey use them catch cruise ????
miss_fentii; Good???? palmpay suppose don get their own prison by now ????????????
princess_udemezue; Serious matter Dey happen ???????? Make they no catch my brother…o????
nonymous__gustavo; Palmpay just released me now na 3days I use for PalmPay cell there are not joking about this guys pls stay safe
official_brown197; This guy they owe block
stackchyna__; Hope no be the same PalmPay wey scam me of my hard earn money Abi eye Dey pain me
simisola_gold7; Nigeria sha Dey owe money too????
lekzy_richie3; No be to pay them palmpay there money be problem ooo but the hell interest when you check after some couple weeks it’s over due is irritating.
In other news, Tunde Onakoya, an entrepreneur took to social media to share the transformation of an area boy he took off the streets.
He said that he met the kid named Ayomide alongside others under the Oshodi bridge in Lagos state more than a year ago.
Tunde enlisted the boys in a street to chess initiative which saw them use their brains in a competition in 2021.
According to the techpreneur, Ayomide is now a web developer and graphics who flies with him during trips to Abuja and meetings with personalities.
Tunde celebrated young Ayomide’s journey from a being a bus conductor who slept under the bride, to now flying for important events.
He shared before vs after photos and wrote; “Thinking about Ayomide today… We met him as an Area boy under oshodi bridge a little over a year ago but is now a Web developer and graphics designer.
No longer a pawn in another man’s game, but the hero of his own story. I take him with me on my flights to Abuja and visits to important people so he sees how valuable his existence his. One day, he’ll get to pay it forward and only then will our work truly be done❤️ This is Day 1.
Just a few months ago, Ayomide was just another random street kid working as a bus conductor and living under oshodi bridge will no hope of a future. Today he created his own web page and online store using HTML and CSS. We’re creating a new story for the African child????♥️”