Kuda bank, NITDA to gift N2m, laptops to lady mocked for waking up early to cook for husband

A fintech company operating in Nigeria and the United Kingdom, Kuda Bank, has promised to gift N2 million Naira to an X user, #_Debbie_OA, who was knocked for disclosing that she wakes up at 4.50 am daily to prepare food for her husband.

This was disclosed on the official X handle of the company on Saturday.

Reacting to a screenshot of over N2 million naira shared on X by Debbie on Saturday, Kuda wrote, โ€œAs your bank, weโ€™re happy to match the โ‚ฆ2,044,133.94 balance in your screenshot. Keep doing you, Debbie! ๐Ÿ’œโ€

Replying to this Debbie commented, โ€œIโ€™m just seeing this. I got a call from Kuda today and they said Iโ€™ll hear from them, but I didnโ€™t know it would be this huge. Thank you #joinkuda ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ.โ€

Similarly, the National Information Development Agency has also offered to gift her and her husband two laptops and a one-year internet subscription.

In a post on X, NITDA wrote, โ€œHello, #Debbie_OA your amazing love story and perseverance is touching, and we would like to gift you two laptops and 1-year internet subscription for you and your husband.

โ€œThis is to ensure that Mummy Zee joins our quest for a #DigitalNigeria and #Tech4Women. We have just followed you. Please check your DM. Goodluck!โ€

PUNCH Online reports that the Nigerian lady started trending on social media after she shared on X how she started waking up at 4:50 am to cook for her husband after he disclosed to her that his colleague brought two spoons with her food so that they could eat together.

The tweet generated controversy as some users condemned her for the act while some others supported her by contributing to celebrate her dedication.

Netizens donated over N2 million to her, as other Nigerians have continued to offer her different gifts.

A smartphone company, Infinix Nigeria, on Saturday, offered its latest device, Infinix Hot 40, to the lady and her husband.

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited also offered her a free PMS voucher worth N200,000.

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