It all started with a tweet from the wrong account, and ended up giving us something to entertain ourselves with.
Apparently, the manager of Access Bank‘s Twitter account used the UBER service in Lagos, and was infuriated by the amount that was charged for the trip.
Instead of expressing his anger through his own account, he tweeted with Access Bank’s account. Here’s what he said:
Quickly recognising the mistake, Access Bank turned what would have been a disaster, into a funny story… and UBER ‘rode’ along.