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Loan app prints fake obituary photos of a couple who have refused to pay back their loan

Loan app prints fake obituary photos of a couple who have refused to pay back their loan

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Nigerian man sparked reactions after he posted a photo of a couple labelled as deceased by a loan app after failing to repay their loan.

The post’s description read: “All because they couldn’t pay back their loan, see what a loan company did.”

The post includes an edited photo of a couple appear to have received money in the form of a loan from an unknown loan company.

The snapshot includes the couple’s names and other details. The loan company stated that they had been marked as deceased, with a burial date of April 30, 2024.

The loan app took this measure after the pair apparently refused to repay their debt before its due date.

In addition, there is a short remark or description that reads: “We, the family of Mr. and Mrs. (Dr. Henry, NGASI), happily announce the couple’s passing.” They are survived by only one daughter; she will be raped to death.

The message piqued the interest of social media users, who instantly swamped the comments section to share their thoughts.

Reacting to the post…

@_amber_jay: “Omo, for how much exactly did they borrow to get this sort of embarrassment.”

@StickzAbel: “I will deal with em from the highest ranked worker to the gateman or messenger.

@Badboyhyce: “The money fit no enter 50k like that self.”

@FisayorOfLagos: “Why bring in the innocent child fgs.”

@mindez_20: “I swear I no go pay again walai.”

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