N1,000 and N500 notes mysteriously turned to N5 and N10 notes in Abuja (video)

N1,000 and N500 notes mysteriously turned to N5 and N10 notes in Abuja (video)

Man y have been warned about the possession and possession of fake Nigerian currencies. Aside form that, it has been reported severally that some people make use of charms while purchasing goods at a store by giving the sales representative fake cash.

As spotted in Abuja, a lady has taken to Instagram to share a video of how N1,000 and N500 notes mysteriously turned into lower denominations. This reportedly happened in presence of her sales girl and some customers at the plaza.

According to @datswasup, the customer bought goods worth N90,000 when the N1,000 and N500 notes used for payment mysteriously turned into N10 and N5 notes.

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The post reads: “N90,000 (N1,000 & N500 notes) mysteriously changes before sales girl and customer's eyes to N5 and N10 at a plaza in Abuja.

See post below:

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NAIJ.com earlier reported that a Nigerian man has shown his displeasure after an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) dispensed a fake one thousand naira note. The young man whose name was withheld went to Abuja for an interview when the incident happened.

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