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My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 11:21am On May 25, 2020
Originally published on medium.com/middletrust

My name is Tunde, a medical doctor at a Nigerian teaching hospital (don’t ask me which).
A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Chris came up to me��, it was month-end and salaries just rolled in and we were all high on alerts and very happy as though a cure for the COVID-19 had been found.
“Tunde, help your boy, my rent go expire this month-end and my car just develop fault, salary wen dem just pay, I wan use am settle the rent but I just need small extra cash to fix my car. You fit give me small loan? Na small money, e no reach you do, I go pay back when salary come next month��” he said.
“I am not lending you anything! I don’t trust you and everyone knows you are crafty. I don’t have a car myself or you think I like walking in the sun? You are not my boy, we are just colleagues” I thought.
If only he could read my mind, he would have strangled me with his stethoscope. By the way, I have a problem, I am too nice. I think I got this habit from my mum, we both have a problem saying No to others.
I looked at him while he awaited my response��, I wanted to say no but a small voice in mind said “maybe he has changed” as if a leopard could ever change its spots.
No problem, how much” I stuttered.
Just ₦50,000” he quickly replied.
"₦50,000 is not a small amount but no problem, please I will need it back by month-end oh��” I said.
You no trust me? No worry, this one no be FG when promise palliative” he said with a smile.
Of course, dude, I don’t trust you” I thought.
As he turned around to walk away, Middletrust came to mind (It is an online escrow company I had used for the first time the previous week to make payment for a phone I bought from an online store, the seller even seemed less crafty than Chris. Middletrust acted as a middleman to ensure I got what I paid for before sending the seller his money.) Yes, I need to use this service again.
“Chris, I will send the money to you using Middletrust” I said. “Which one be middletrunk?” He asked.
“Middletrust not middletrunk. Visit middletrust.com, if you have questions, text me on WhatsApp” I added.
“Afterall, these patients waiting are not going to see themselves.” Again I said this in my mind.
That evening, I texted Chris to sign up on Middletrust, then I created a loan transaction and Middletrust sent him a notification. In summary, when he realized that on the due date for the loan repayment, ₦50,000 would be debited from his Middletrust account and if unavailable, would be automatically debited from his bank account, Chris called me and said
Tunde, no worry, I no need the level again.
I jumped like I just won a trophy, so he had no intention of paying back. Thirty minutes later, he called back and said he needed it after all.
“So I just celebrated like Arsenal won the Champions League for nothing! Am I a joke to you?” I thought.
Anyways, he accepted the transaction, and the money was transferred from my account to Chris via Middletrust.
Fast forward to a month later, it was month-end and we were awaiting our salaries or waiting for it to rain, as we liked to call it. Just about that time, Chris stopped replying to my "Good Morning" greetings, he continuously frowned at me and avoided me like he just found out I was COVID-19 positive. No doubt, he was using the fact that I refused to cover a shift for him at work as an excuse to keep me silent and not pay me back my money. I tried talking to him whenever we saw but he always claimed to be busy.
At last, the date for repayment came and nothing happened, he didn’t have the money in his Middletrust account or bank account, I assumed.
On a Friday afternoon, I was seated at the doctor’s lounge when it began to rain, with the alerts rolling in. Everyone was smiling. I quickly scanned the room to find a frowning face staring at his phone like he just credited someone with ₦200,000 instead of ₦2,000. Then, my phone buzzed, I checked my inbox and saw a message
“₦50,000 has just been credited to your Middletrust account as loan repayment.”
I looked up and Chris was staring at me, I raised both hands and with a smile from ear to ear, I shouted,
“Baba, your boy loyal oo!!”

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by OsuMustGo: 11:26am On May 25, 2020
suoaz:
Originally published on medium.com/middletrust

My name is Tunde, a medical doctor at a Nigerian teaching hospital (don’t ask me which).
A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Chris came up to me��, it was month-end and salaries just rolled in and we were all high on alerts and very happy as though a cure for the COVID-19 had been found.
“Tunde, help your boy, my rent go expire this month-end and my car just develop fault, salary wen dem just pay, I wan use am settle the rent but I just need small extra cash to fix my car. You fit give me small loan? Na small money, e no reach you do, I go pay back when salary come next month��” he said.
“I am not lending you anything! I don’t trust you and everyone knows you are crafty. I don’t have a car myself or you think I like walking in the sun? You are not my boy, we are just colleagues” I thought.
If only he could read my mind, he would have strangled me with his stethoscope. By the way, I have a problem, I am too nice. I think I got this habit from my mum, we both have a problem saying No to others.
I looked at him while he awaited my response��, I wanted to say no but a small voice in mind said “maybe he has changed” as if a leopard could ever change its spots.
No problem, how much” I stuttered.
Just ₦50,000” he quickly replied.
"₦50,000 is not a small amount but no problem, please I will need it back by month-end oh��” I said.
You no trust me? No worry, this one no be FG when promise palliative” he said with a smile.
Of course, dude, I don’t trust you” I thought.
As he turned around to walk away, Middletrust came to mind (It is an online escrow company I had used for the first time the previous week to make payment for a phone I bought from an online store, the seller even seemed less crafty than Chris. Middletrust acted as a middleman to ensure I got what I paid for before sending the seller his money.) Yes, I need to use this service again.
“Chris, I will send the money to you using Middletrust” I said. “Which one be middletrunk?” He asked.
“Middletrust not middletrunk. Visit middletrust.com, if you have questions, text me on WhatsApp” I added.
“Afterall, these patients waiting are not going to see themselves.” Again I said this in my mind.
That evening, I texted Chris to sign up on Middletrust, then I created a loan transaction and Middletrust sent him a notification. In summary, when he realized that on the due date for the loan repayment, ₦50,000 would be debited from his Middletrust account and if unavailable, would be automatically debited from his bank account, Chris called me and said
Tunde, no worry, I no need the level again.
I jumped like I just won a trophy, so he had no intention of paying back. Thirty minutes later, he called back and said he needed it after all.
“So I just celebrated like Arsenal won the Champions League for nothing! Am I a joke to you?” I thought.
Anyways, he accepted the transaction, and the money was transferred from my account to Chris via Middletrust.
Fast forward to a month later, it was month-end and we were awaiting our salaries or waiting for it to rain, as we liked to call it. Just about that time, Chris stopped replying to my "Good Morning" greetings, he continuously frowned at me and avoided me like he just found out I was COVID-19 positive. No doubt, he was using the fact that I refused to cover a shift for him at work as an excuse to keep me silent and not pay me back my money. I tried talking to him whenever we saw but he always claimed to be busy.
At last, the date for repayment came and nothing happened, he didn’t have the money in his Middletrust account or bank account, I assumed.
On a Friday afternoon, I was seated at the doctor’s lounge when it began to rain, with the alerts rolling in. Everyone was smiling. I quickly scanned the room to find a frowning face staring at his phone like he just credited someone with ₦200,000 instead of ₦2,000. Then, my phone buzzed, I checked my inbox and saw a message
“₦50,000 has just been credited to your Middletrust account as loan repayment.”
I looked up and Chris was staring at me, I raised both hands and with a smile from ear to ear, I shouted,
“Baba, your boy loyal oo!!”

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How much middle trunk pay you for this fictional post?

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by Caramelskin(f): 11:29am On May 25, 2020
If you skip the post to check out comments, you are a lazy yoot.

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 11:35am On May 25, 2020
OsuMustGo:

How much middle trunk pay you for this fictional post?
grin.No payment oh
It is a copy of an original post on the middletrust blog
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 11:37am On May 25, 2020
Caramelskin:
If you skip the post to check out comments, you are a lazy yoot.
lol
It takes strength to scroll all the way down

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by thesicilian: 11:41am On May 25, 2020
I like reading, but this one is a bit too long for an advert.
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 11:46am On May 25, 2020
thesicilian:
I like reading, but this one is a bit too long for an advert.
Its a story smiley
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by thesicilian: 11:56am On May 25, 2020
suoaz:

Its a story smiley
Good one I must say

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 11:57am On May 25, 2020
thesicilian:

Good one I must say
Yeah, its pretty cool cool
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by HyperTrends: 1:32pm On May 25, 2020
Creativity

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 1:43pm On May 25, 2020
HyperTrends:
Creativity
Exactly
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by kemicalreact: 1:47pm On May 25, 2020
suoaz:

grin.No payment oh
It is a copy of an original post on the middletrust blog
I like your copywriting skills kiss kiss
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by OneKinGuy(m): 2:00pm On May 25, 2020
Didn't read as I feel it doesn't belong to the phone section. Try posting on the correct place next time!

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 2:15pm On May 25, 2020
kemicalreact:
I like your copywriting skills kiss kiss
It states as the header
Originally published on medium.com/middletrust
Thanks wink
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 2:16pm On May 25, 2020
OneKinGuy:
Didn't read as I feel it doesn't belong to the phone section. Try posting on the correct place next time!
Thanks, I felt the same too....however loan aside people buy online here and middletrust may help secure their buys

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by Casper21: 2:43pm On May 25, 2020
Nice. But don't they have their own charge

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by leosahm(m): 3:07pm On May 25, 2020
i like the middletrust ooo....lemme knw plz, is it an app How do sb get it?

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 3:12pm On May 25, 2020
Casper21:
Nice. But don't they have their own charge
They do oh...the company gats make money
too
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 3:14pm On May 25, 2020
leosahm:
i like the middletrust ooo....lemme knw plz, is it an app How do sb get it?
Its a website
you can access it on your mobile phone or laptop at www.middletrust.com
The website is dope, you should check it out and use any of their services when needed
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by scoundrel(f): 4:14pm On May 25, 2020
I did not read because zero paragraphs existed in the write-up.

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 4:18pm On May 25, 2020
scoundrel:
I did not read because zero paragraphs existed in the write-up.
Alright grin
Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by Crochet: 5:35pm On May 25, 2020
Were you paid to do this? This look like a paid advert.

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by suoaz: 6:11pm On May 25, 2020
Crochet:
Were you paid to do this? This look like a paid advert.
Its an advert quite alright...but not paid
was a simple copy and paste

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Re: My Name Is Tunde, A Doctor At A Nigerian Teaching Hospital (don’t Ask Me Which) by ojesymsym: 8:14pm On May 25, 2020
This is an app I always in mind to develop or partner with a microfinance bank.
Very good for people who don't like repaying loans.
I hope the person loaning out does not have to give out his bvn, only the person who is repaying leaves his BVN.

suoaz:
Originally published on medium.com/middletrust

My name is Tunde, a medical doctor at a Nigerian teaching hospital (don’t ask me which).
A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Chris came up to me��, it was month-end and salaries just rolled in and we were all high on alerts and very happy as though a cure for the COVID-19 had been found.
“Tunde, help your boy, my rent go expire this month-end and my car just develop fault, salary wen dem just pay, I wan use am settle the rent but I just need small extra cash to fix my car. You fit give me small loan? Na small money, e no reach you do, I go pay back when salary come next month��” he said.
“I am not lending you anything! I don’t trust you and everyone knows you are crafty. I don’t have a car myself or you think I like walking in the sun? You are not my boy, we are just colleagues” I thought.
If only he could read my mind, he would have strangled me with his stethoscope. By the way, I have a problem, I am too nice. I think I got this habit from my mum, we both have a problem saying No to others.
I looked at him while he awaited my response��, I wanted to say no but a small voice in mind said “maybe he has changed” as if a leopard could ever change its spots.
No problem, how much” I stuttered.
Just ₦50,000” he quickly replied.
"₦50,000 is not a small amount but no problem, please I will need it back by month-end oh��” I said.
You no trust me? No worry, this one no be FG when promise palliative” he said with a smile.
Of course, dude, I don’t trust you” I thought.
As he turned around to walk away, Middletrust came to mind (It is an online escrow company I had used for the first time the previous week to make payment for a phone I bought from an online store, the seller even seemed less crafty than Chris. Middletrust acted as a middleman to ensure I got what I paid for before sending the seller his money.) Yes, I need to use this service again.
“Chris, I will send the money to you using Middletrust” I said. “Which one be middletrunk?” He asked.
“Middletrust not middletrunk. Visit middletrust.com, if you have questions, text me on WhatsApp” I added.
“Afterall, these patients waiting are not going to see themselves.” Again I said this in my mind.
That evening, I texted Chris to sign up on Middletrust, then I created a loan transaction and Middletrust sent him a notification. In summary, when he realized that on the due date for the loan repayment, ₦50,000 would be debited from his Middletrust account and if unavailable, would be automatically debited from his bank account, Chris called me and said
Tunde, no worry, I no need the level again.
I jumped like I just won a trophy, so he had no intention of paying back. Thirty minutes later, he called back and said he needed it after all.
“So I just celebrated like Arsenal won the Champions League for nothing! Am I a joke to you?” I thought.
Anyways, he accepted the transaction, and the money was transferred from my account to Chris via Middletrust.
Fast forward to a month later, it was month-end and we were awaiting our salaries or waiting for it to rain, as we liked to call it. Just about that time, Chris stopped replying to my "Good Morning" greetings, he continuously frowned at me and avoided me like he just found out I was COVID-19 positive. No doubt, he was using the fact that I refused to cover a shift for him at work as an excuse to keep me silent and not pay me back my money. I tried talking to him whenever we saw but he always claimed to be busy.
At last, the date for repayment came and nothing happened, he didn’t have the money in his Middletrust account or bank account, I assumed.
On a Friday afternoon, I was seated at the doctor’s lounge when it began to rain, with the alerts rolling in. Everyone was smiling. I quickly scanned the room to find a frowning face staring at his phone like he just credited someone with ₦200,000 instead of ₦2,000. Then, my phone buzzed, I checked my inbox and saw a message
“₦50,000 has just been credited to your Middletrust account as loan repayment.”
I looked up and Chris was staring at me, I raised both hands and with a smile from ear to ear, I shouted,
“Baba, your boy loyal oo!!”

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