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Give Me My Money; Nigerian Man ‘Scatters’ UK Supermarket, Tells Policeman He Wants His Money Back (Video)

A Nigerian man, Olalekan, who claims to be an “ambassador” has caused a scene in in a UK supermarket.

After a policeman was called on him for disturbing the environment, the man said that he want a refund for things he already bought.

While the officer tried to calm his nerves, the Nigerian man with his thick accent would have none of it, saying he has been badly treated.

A Nigerian ‘ambassador’ has had an honest faceoff with a policeman in the UK. In a series of videos that was widely circulated online, the man said he wanted a refund.
He revealed that he was earlier misprofiled as a thief and arrested.

When the policeman called on him at the police station asked if that was why he was shouting in the supermarket, he said yes.
The man demanded a complete refund.Many Nigerians found his accent funny. Photo source: @instablog9jaThe man maintained that he had to be on top of his voice as he was never given attention to when he demanded a refund.

 When his name was asked, the man said that he is an Ambassador Olalekan and he is a representative of Christ and filming the man as a Jesus’ grand plan to disgrace them.
Many Nigerians who commented on the video said that they found the accent of the man very funny.
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As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 3,000 comments with thousands of reactions.


Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:


real_kingtee said:
“The voice nd tone of the recorder alone is making Lol.”grt_khali said:
“Me self as a Nigerian is finding it hard to understand what the man is saying. Ambassador is talking like he’s

drunk.”jay_strings said:
“Ambassador e gbenu dake o je.”chu6x said:

“Accent and accent they fight.”omogealagbo1 said:
“You will take a lot of paracetamol we are violently awesome.”Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a viral video showing two women unmoved in their cars as a long queue of vehicles formed behind them has stirred massive reactions on social media.

A Nigerian man who was filming them said that the women have held traffic for more than an hour as they tried to prove their right of way.


When another woman approached them to beg them to allow other cars to pass, the man filming said there was no need for that, adding that the police would soon step in.

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