- A young lady has cried out online over her painful experience in FUTO on her matriculation day
- In a video, she claimed that they were being extorted by a group of boys who posed at different junctions
- Social media users have shared their thoughts about the video with many criticising the boys for their actions
A young Nigerian lady with the handle @esty1183 on TikTok has cried out over extortion in school.
The lady who recently gained admission into the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) claimed that several boys laid siege at different junctions and demanded money from them before letting them pass the road on their matriculation day.
Lady laments over experience at FUTO
Photo credit: @esty1183/TikTok.Source: TikTok
Lady claims over N10k was required to please the boys
According to Esty, she and her friends agreed to pay N2500 at every junction and at the end of the day, the expense was over N10k.
In her words:
“Just for us to go for our matriculation, my fellow students concluded that we will pay them N2,500 for each junction. That’s before you reach school you will spend like 10 to 15k. This isn’t fair at all.”
Reactions trail video of boys collecting money in FUTO
Netizens have taken turns to react to the video shared on the TikTok app.
“If I have car eeeh, blood go flow that day. Definitely not my blood sha. When they see me on high speed no be person go tell them.”
“It’s the ones saying it’s a normal thing for me.”
“People una just they whine do normal thing for school.”
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“I remember those days in futo. I used to quarrel my street people that year.”
“My guy parent them paid 1k each for a full 14 seater bus that came for his own matric then for Nekede.”
“Esty is a normal thing just that the price is too much u fit beg with the one u get ok e go soon rich ur turn.”
“Is either they pour you water or you give money but 2500 too much sha.”
Watch the video below:
Lady cries out over N2.5 million extortion for fake visa
Meanwhile, THETALK.NG previously reported that a Nigerian lady who paid the sum of N2.5m to get a visa was defrauded by the agent she paid to.
A caption on the video reshared by @instablog9ja disclosed that she used all the money in her savings to process the visa. The lady kept wiping tears as she cried. Her eyelids were puffy. Many people in the clip’s comment section pitied her condition.
Some Instagram users offered to help her as they asked for her contact. A few said they might be able to track the agent down.