I Went To Buy Face Mask And The Price Was N1000, So I Decided To Use Newspapers As Mask - Lady Narrates
Today on funny things that happened.
Well, a lady has shared what happened to her earlier. She is identified as Abigael Oyebola Ojo.
She went to DSTV office and when she got there, she realised that she must have lost her face mask in the transit while she was in a hurry.
Read her story
See photos of the improvised face Mask
She wasn't allowed to enter the Dstv Office so she had to go buy the face mask.
The lady who sells face mask was selling for N1000 but Abigael couldn't afford to buy it at that price so she decided to use newspapers laying around and also made use of the rubber band she was holding there to cover her face.
Well, she improvised since she couldn't buy it at the price.
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