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Naira Scarcity: Popular varsity deputy bursar slumps, dies inside bank

The Deputy Bursar of Lagos State University (LASU), Johnson Adesola Ademola, has reportedly lost his life in a bank.

Report has it that Ademola slumped and died inside a bank.

He died on Monday February 20, 2023 while he was on a queue willing to withdraw the sum of N5,000 at new generation within the school campus.

Sources that witnessed the scenario revealed that he’s been on the queue since 6am in the morning and suddenly slumped.

The sources said he was reportedly hospitalized and eventually gave up the ghost.

It was reported that his dead body was deposited at the state morgue at the time of filing this report.

Naira Scarcity: Husband mourns as pregnant wife rejected by hospital dies at home

A pregnant woman reportedly lost her life in Kaduna, some days ago, owing to the scarcity of new naira notes in banks.

It was gathered that the couple who resided in Kasuwan Magani, Kajuru local government area of Kaduna State, were not able to make a payment (deposit) required by the hospital because of the scarcity of the new naira notes in bank.

The hospital refused to treat her following their inability to make the required payment owing to the scarcity of new naira notes.

While commenting on the death of his wife, the husband, Auta said, “I ran to my bank to withdraw money but was told no money. I went back looking for POS operators, but I could not find any because, since the issue of new currency began, most POS operator locked up their business centre.”

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