Man narrates how a girl he bought sewing machine for sold it to buy expensive phone

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A Nigerian man has narrated how his kindness was literally thrown to the dogs in a post he shared on Twitter.

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Narrating his ‘ordeal’ at the hands of an ungrateful lady he bought a sewing machine for after she completed her apprenticeship program, the man said this unnamed girl sold the machine to buy a smartphone.

According to the man, identified as @Kene_Nnewi on Twitter, the girl had just been set free by her madam, so he decided to help her get on her feet by investing in her.

Kene said he advised the graduate apprentice to focus on her career and not be distracted by boys, reason why he gifted her the machine but unfortunately the girl had ulterior motives tucked under her sleeves.

Nwewi’s post on Twitter read;

“Bought this teenage girl sewing machine after her madam set her free last week…..Gave her advice to leave small small boys and focus on her career… Guess what? Her mama called me this evening to tell me that her daughter sold the machine and bought big phone,” he tweeted.

See some reactions his post stirred;

@chikejennifer

She wants to be a public figure and brand influencer Leave her alone

@majisola_d_tailor

That sewing machine can actually build her a house…. But no!!!! She opt for a phone

@fairy_god_child

What pains me most is she would still want to have mouth to defend her foolishness

@ladejanessa

Most teenagers have problems with setting their priorities straight…. It is well. She will soon learn.

@supergirl_extragirl

She can’t kill her self abeg! Let her enjoy the phone! She would still make the same money through the phone and buy another machine

@richolux

So painful, I can relate, I bought this girl a car and she sold it and bought iPhone 12, is that not stupidity, the best thing is that u should stop buying things for ladies

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