The picture below says a lot about the fact that affording simple things that are important in the appearance of a person might be difficult to do. Some people might argue that affording a belt or a tie or something as common as a comb is not an issue, but it is unfortunate that it is a big issue for poverty stricken people.
From the above picture, you can see a belt which is already rusty and old (probably older than a decade). The trousers are also looking very old, oversized, untidy and faded. It can also be observed that the zip of the trouser is stiff and old.
The picture means that the person most likely doesn't have the money to afford a belt because no one who could afford a good belt would walk about wearing this ancient looking belt. The rate of poverty in some countries, most especially African countries is really sad.
Popular Nigerian social media personality @tundeednut posted this on his Instagram page and these are the comments from the fans:
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