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Nigerian Drives Mercedes G-Wagon To Office As Silent Warning To Senior Colleague Who Sent Him On Errand

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I did this to give my senior colleague silent warnings, young Nigerian man says, after driving his Mercedes G-Wagon to office. 

Nigerian Drove Mercedes G-Wagon To Office As Silent Warning To Senior Colleague Who Sent Him On Errand - autojosh

A Nigerian says he drove his Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon SUV to office to serve as silent warning to his senior colleague who made him look like an errand boy.

Taking to his Twitter handle, @rsvptemple, the young man narrated how a lady, his superior in a company where previously worked, sent him to buy food for her. According to him, he wasn’t happy with the idea.





So the next day, the young man decided to drive his luxury Mercedes G-Wagon to the office as a warning to the lady as well as other senior colleagues who may wish to do same to him.

@rsvptemple wrote on;

Last place I work, some senior lady sent me to buy her food. Next day, I drove a g wagon to work as a silent warning.”

Different reactions followed this drama staged by the young man. Nigerians took to the comment section to share their thoughts while posting funny reactions.

 

Nigerian Drove Mercedes G-Wagon To Office As Silent Warning To Senior Colleague Who Sent Him On Errand - autojosh

Nigerian drove Mercedes G-Wagon to office as silent warning to senior colleague who sent him on errand

A user with the handle @Nepa Boy :

“Nigerians and pettiness. So driving a G-wagon (most likely Tokunbo) now determines your status? We have a long way to go with our kind of thinking.”





Another user, @ BoyyTriigah said :

“So because i have a g wagon my mom shouldn’t ask me to wash the dishes?

A third user, @umm_murdiyyah, says :

“You’re doing yourself bro. At times you need to pay your dues before you get to where want to be.”

@Ampemine, “G Wagon anywhere in d world shows you’re not a poor ass, na u know wetin dey petty for there”

 

 





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