A video trending on micro-blogging website, Twitter, shows the moment a lady was left almost stranded over her inability to pay her Cab fare.

According to the information deduced from the video, the lady ordered the ride with the hope that her boyfriend would pay, but when she got to the destination, the said boyfriend wasn’t picking his calls.

The lady explained that her boyfriend probably slept off as they were drunk from the night before, and she asked the driver to drop his account number so they would transfer the fare later in the day but the Driver wasn’t having none of that and he threatened to seize her phone until he gets his money, a mild argument ensued, and it was recorded on camera.

Sharing the video, Twitter user, @hassansasman wrote;

How do you guys request for a ride knowing that your’e not the one paying and you yourself don’t even have money to pay. like Idg what if the person meant to pay can’t pick up call or his or her phone got spoilt. How do u intend to pay the driver

See video below;

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  1. Backup money is the lesson I learned.

    A similar thing happened to me about 40 minutes ago or so.

    I went to ifite (anyone familiar with Awka, will know ifite) at about 11:45 AM to get my waybill, that was my second time of ever stepping to ifite, so I am not accustomed to how their buses function.

    After getting my goods, I boarded a bus returning to Tempsite, I discovered it was payment before movement as against the conventional payment after.

    I paid and the journey went smoothly, reaching Unizik junction, I brought out money, gave it to the driver, he collected and zoom off.

    I moved to enter keke to the market, opening my purse I discover that was the last cash I gave out.

    I was so angry with myself, where will I get money to go to the market?

    I was devasted.

    I decided to go home and sleep (my house is about 20 minutes by trekking), as I climbed the flyover to cross to the lane that leads to my house.

    Suddenly it dawns on me that I have the habit of hiding money in my bags.

    I prayed and checked lo and behold, I saw cash that took me to the market, came back and I still had enough change to keep.

    I was saved from mental stress and the stress of trekking for over 20 minutes to my house.

    It is as simple as having backup money.

    Ladies, you go out with handbags or purses, please, make it a habit.

    Through careless money inside, no matter the amount, it will become useful that moment you are down.

    Hope this teaches someone a lesson

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