Cursory: Miriam, a social media user shared an incident on Facebook that sparked a conversation. She had found a handwritten note in her notebook while at a library, and on it, was a ridiculous request. Miriam expressed anger and disappointment at the lack of respect from the stranger, feeling offended by the offer and the implication it carried.
A social media user, Akaahan Miriam, recently sparked a conversation on Facebook after sharing an incident involving an unexpected handwritten note.
Miriam expressed astonishment at the audacity of a stranger who had delivered the note to her while she was at a library.
Miriam discovered the note when she opened one of the pages of her notebook. In the handwritten message, the stranger boldly inquired whether N1,500 would be sufficient payment for engaging in sexual intercourse with her. The note also included the stranger’s phone number.
Miriam, who prides herself as a responsible fellow, expressed anger that the stranger thought of her in that regard.
“…These people lack respect. I’m pained. “See how cheap it is “I’m saying cheap doesn’t mean, I say the money is small for me. “I try my best to look responsible and respect myself and he brought me down to olosho (prostituted) level. Na wetin pain me be that. “1500N. “Miriam, you don see shege,” her post read in part.
See reactions below:
Apotierioluwa Omowonuola Ewatomie said: “Call him , send your account details and ask for his address too , after receiving the money , text him with ….thank you so much ,have gotten the money , see you in your next life. , If he threaten you tell him you will take the matter to school authority.”
Chukwudi Fezboy said: “If say na 20k he offered you, am very sure you won’t post it here, you for go knack clean mouth. Next post pls.”
Faka Chijioke Tobore said: “But y’all said we should be intentional. If na davido or Wizkid, u go begin they happy, u go give them for free. “U done see shege because na 1500,if na 10k u won’t post it.”
Goodfriday Onyekachi Godwin said: “But na him note book u boro dey read so! U sure say no be only exam day u dey come school?”
Belinda John said: “The note no be my problem..Na that organic 2 note wey dey there dey pain me… reminding me I have certain books to read.”
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