See the phone a lady receive from an online store that has got people taking (photos)
By Amebohouse | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2380 views
This is Nigeria, where some people want what is trending and in vogue yet they can't afford it, instead, they decide to go for the cheap price of those items. Not all these expensive things sold at cheap prices are original some can be managed while some can be heartbreaking.
A Nigeria lady, who seems to be from the eastern part of Nigeria wants to buy an iphone11 pro, the original phone which cost about six hundred and fifty thousand naira (N650k) but she could not avoid it, she then followed the advice of a friend who told her she could get an iphone11 pro for just two hundred and thirty thousand naira(N230k).
A video has gone viral on Instagram, of the Nigerian lady lamenting bitterly about the iPhone pro 11 she ordered from an online vendor but instead she received Aba android version of the phone.
She was expected an original iPhone pro 11 for N230k but she was shocked when she got the substandard version of the phone.
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