This widow borrowed N800K to get FG job, after getting the job, read what followed thereafter
In the opinion of an eye witness, Mrs. Tekoh borrowed the sum of eight hundred thousand (N800,000) naira from a money lender in order to secure a government contract in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
It has been reported to us that Mrs. Tekoh complained bitterly to her family and friends before her death about the fact that she had not received a paycheck since she spent a large quantity of money to obtain her position in December 2020.
According to our source, she has also stated that the money lender has been on her tail for the past ten months because she has not attempted to pay him.
We were told by a reliable source that the widow, who had five children to care for and who did not have a household helper, went out and borrowed money in order to obtain the position.
When her office management told her and her other coworkers over and over again that they should wait till their names were included in the office payroll, our source said she grew depressed.
After being subjected to a great deal of pressure from her money lender, she got high blood pressure and began to seem pale, according to this media.
It was reported by one of our sources that the mother, who was unable to provide for herself and her children, let alone pay her medical bills, slumped in her home last week and passed away.
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