VIDEO: Ketu, Ojota, Mile12- Lagos conductor offers cashless payment option amid naira scarcity


As the menace of naira scarcity continued to bite deeper on Nigerians, a conductor in Lagos state has been seen calling passenger while telling them that point of sale machine was available as it was seen on his hand.

According to The Punch on its Twitter page, the video video of the conductor was shared on Monday, February 21, he was seen saying, “Ketu, Ojota, Mile12, PoS.”

The development looks strange as it came at a time when President Muhammadu Buhari's naira redesign policy has kept many Nigerians stranded, and the people could not access their money.

 Some Nigerians then took to the comment session to react to the development.

Osteve said:

"I just love the 9ja spirit. I wish our political rulers could see beyond their nostrils".

Reuben Matthew believes it will stop the commercial drivers from paying the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), popularly known as Agbero in the state.

He said: "At least they will not have to pay any money to those useless agbero. Nice one."

@ife_cyntia said in pidgin that no one can complain that he cannot go out because of the new naira policy.

"The conductor no wan hear say na the new naira policy go make you go commot."

Sharon Olofintuyi expressed of the possibility of fraud through the means. She said: "Wait until they begin to sweep people’s account empty."

Lekan Bambo said: "Much better & a brilliant idea."

See the video here:

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  1. yes your account can be fraudulently tampered with by evil genius , what is require of Nigeria Fintech is to come up with card for transport where you load operational fund of just 10,000 as the case may be for transport either marine, train, bike, tricycle and others


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