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Nigerian man consumes cement to avoid debt, ends up in hospital, faces ₦60k medical bill



Nigerian man consumes cement to avoid debt, ends up in hospital, faces ₦60k medical bill

A Nigerian man has stirred quite a number of reactions after he supposedly consumed cement to avoid paying a debt, which landed him in the hospital.

TopNaija gathered that after the said man landed into the hospital, he was told to pay a sum of N60,000 for medical bill.

This is contained in a fresh video made available on social media platform, TikTok.

Nigerian man drinks cement to avoid debt.


The caption of the video revealed that he drank cement because he owed people money that he couldn’t repay.

The post’s caption, which reads: “God have mercy, why will you drink cement because you’re owing people money,” shows the man on the bed receiving an IV drip.

The nurse who attended to him said in the comments that he was instructed to settle a medical bill of #60,000 in order to get treatment.

Several people who saw the video on social media have flooded the comment area with their opinions.

Watch the video below;


This life no jx balance..God please help the poor🙏🙏#fypシ゚viral #nursevivian💊 #tiktokviral

♬ Eyi Kii Se Opin – Evang Ojo Ade

See some reactions below:

Mabel Mensah: “God please help us ooo.”

yusoufliz: “he will now stress ppl around him.”

WHOLESALE SHOES AND BAGS: “God will shine light on your path in Jesus name.”

Bello Ramatu: “Money wey u suppose pay part of the dept now u go spend an for hospital. It is well get well soon.”

Big Jojo: “all I can say is depression is real oo.”

TC CARSON: “Who go pay hospital bills.”

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