If Naira Notes Were Romantic Partners

April 27, 2021

We’re all in a relationship with the naira already. But let’s imagine these notes as living, breathing humans capable of falling in love and being romantic partners. How will that work out? Hmm, let’s see.

1. ₦1000

₦1000 is that partner that is convinced that they’re the hottest thing in the dating pool and you’re lucky to be with them. The relationship will always almost feel one-sided. Sure, they will do one or two things when they feel like it, but you won’t hear the end of it. Run out of that relationship before it consumes you, dear. 

2. ₦500 note

The thing is that ₦500  will actually make a good partner. They will be level-headed and do what needs to be done. However, no matter how much they do or how much weight they carry, they will always do like they’re not doing enough. And that can be a problem.

3. ₦200

Hmm, they are neither here nor there. On some days, they will be the best partner a person could hope for. On the other hand, they can also be a nightmare. But their heart is always in the right place.

4. ₦100

I’ll say it. Nothing good can come out of a relationship if ₦100 is your partner. Where do I even start? They will probably want you to take care of them. No oh, send them back home to their parents if you know what’s good for you.

5. ₦50

₦50 is the partner that is only in it because they think it makes them look good. It’s all about aesthetics. They will promise to be with you forever, but the moment they feel like they’ve gotten everything out of the relationship, they’re out. 

6. ₦20

On the outside, ₦20 would seem like a good partner. But omo, the way they will try to break you ehn. May God be with us.

7. ₦10

They want the good things of life but are not ready to work for it. They are the kind of partner that will move into your house and spend your money without any sense of shame.

8. ₦5

Let’s not even waste time on this one.


Toheeb Lanlehin

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