Ok, so I was tagged in this particular story, I thought I’d share.
WARNING: make sure you are well rested before reading through please! I just couldn’t stop … Enjoy!
For the first time in my almost 30 years on earth I was seeing a gentle bus conductor. He was smartly dressed and had good accents. He smelt nice too unlike our regular conductors. He made it look like a white collar job…. “ma’am, can I have ur money?” He said almost in a whisper to the lady beside me. She handed her t fare to him. We all gave him our money and he gave us our balance without much ado. He talked like he didn’t like noise. After some time, he got down from d bus and waved at us all. He mixed among the crowd… 😁🤣 “Your conductor is nice. He must be an Igbo guy” I said to the driver from the back seat. “yes. He’s so calm and coordinated” another lady in front added. “Who? The driver asked “Your conductor” the woman beside me replied. “Ah!! I no get conductor oo. I de do my tin by myself” the driver said smiling “I mean the young man who just alighted” I told him “No.. How that kind person go be conductor. Na passenger. I just carry am for junction” he said 😰😰😰😰😰 “But he collect our money for back ni” The bus screeched and stopped immediately. “Who collect Una money? The driver asked “Your conductor” we responded
He came down from the bus…. “I go slap person here o. Una gimme conductor? Wetin be this Na? Make Una gimme my money Biko” the driver roared 😲😲😲😲 We all refused to pay initially but when he became violent, some of us paid My problem is not the guy’s calmness or fraudulent act. My problem is “Where exactly did he get all the change and guts? I’m tired of Nigeria🤦
Which part of Nigeria do you think that fake conductor guy is from?? Me I think he’s Igbo true true🙄🏃🏃🏃
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