See The Price Man Wants To Sell Each Of These Goats That Caused Reactions On Social Media
By NaijaTrumpet | self meida writer
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A Nigerian man has left many people talking on social media after he uploaded the pictures of two goats he intends to sell but the price he placed on each of the two small goats is enough for one to buy a small cow in the Southwestern part of Nigeria.
This Nigerian man whose username on Twitter is "Oyindamola" explained that he wants to sell each of the goats at the rate of 80,000 naira. One could see through the pictures that the goats are small and besides, they may still be feeding on their mothers' breasts.
See the funny reactions of people on social media.
"Guys, these goats are neat, young and prolific. They can win you Grammy, World Cup, Premier League and Champions League. Offer valid while stocks last," Oyindamola said. What are your thoughts concerning the price the man placed on each goat? Do you think it is possible for one to sell a small goat for 80,000 naira?
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