Nigerians are well known to have a good fashion sense, this also means they are willing to splash lots of money on accessories that really appeal to them.
The fashion accessory which is called a Nobo Clip Ear-ring on the fashion online store sells for a huge sum of $440 which translates to about N170k.
"The iconic Nobo clip earring from fashion designer AMBUSH has a spring closed design, a peg shape & an en-graved logo. This is a single Ear-ring, the the price description on the shopping website shows that. Social media users who reacted could not understand why the expensive accessory closely an resembles a replica of what a lot of homes use to clip their lives generally called 'peg'.
Ambush earring as seen on Farfetch. Photo: Farfetch.com Source: UGC Many who reacted strongly condemned the accessory and noted that they would rather use the money for something else.
Read what some people had to say about it: ayomidejudith: "
amaka_ph: "Am I crazy? Don't I know how what to do with money, mtcheew."
oko-hjay: "This clip is 650 for pack, 12 is inside. Just go to mama Ebuka shop she will sell for you."
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