The drama happening on social media daily never seizes to amaze people as people get very open minded about things and express themselves easily.
Popular e-commerce company is currently being trolled for one of their product which a customer found on their site at a very high price. This product is a computer mouse for a price of 800,000 naira.
This has made a lot of people wonder the functions which this mouse actually is and if it is beyond the specifications of the ones of way lesser prices.
Why should a computer mouse cost that much, which is way more expensive than a computer/laptop, is what a lot of people are still asking. There are so many questions from Nigerians for Jumia to answer. If this a mistake from Jumia, they better rectify the fault and avoid misleading people towards their shopping.
However, here are some reactions from Nigerians as they continue to drag Jumia on Twitter:
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