A Nigerian man, Chulo_wayz, sparked interest online after he was spotted at a furniture store with four ‘Ghana must go’ bags filled with N5 and N10 naira notes.
Chulo, recognised for his flamboyant expenditure using smaller naira denominations, went to the store with the purpose of buying chairs, which he detailed on his TikTok page.
In the widely circulated video, Chulo told the salesperson in the store that he intended to pay for the picked-out furniture items.
The employee seemed taken aback when she realised that the ‘Ghana must go’ bags, which were held by some assistants, were brimming with N5 and N10 naira notes.
He directed her to count the cash so they could pick their desired pieces of furniture and finalise the transaction.
The woman in the store aired her concern, noting the extended period it would take to count such a bulk of small naira notes. She advised him to take the money to the bank, but he was adamant about his furniture purchase.
See the video below:
Here’s what some social media users had to say about the video:
@Ismail Temmie Habeeb wrote: “As a child, we often spoke about infinite money. I now understand its meaning.”
@immor commented: “A bundle here only costs 7 cedis.”
“This is what you call stress money,” quipped @Mayokun.
@IDRIS speculated: “The total might not even reach 300,000.”