May 19, 2024
Okrika Seller Bursts into Tears as She Opens Bale of Clothes Purchased for N250000
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  • A Nigerian woman has broken down in tears after paying a whooping sum of money to buy a bale of clothes
  • According to the heartbroken woman, she spent about N250,000 to purchase a bale of children’s clothes
  • Sadly, after opening the bale, she saw clothes that were not worth the massive amount of money she paid

A Nigerian businesswoman broke down in tears after buying goods worth a whopping N250,000.

The woman, who sells fairly used clothes (okrika) for a living, couldn’t control her pain after purchasing bad goods.

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Okrika Seller Bursts into Tears as She Opens Bale of Clothes Purchased for N250000
Okrika seller in tears after buying N250k children’s bale. Photo credit: @mzz_morel/TikTok.
Source: TikTok

In a video shared via TikTok, she displayed the low-quality goods she was given, and tears rolled down her cheeks.

“Bought a UK 55kg children’s bail for N250k and this is what I found inside when I opened it”, she lamented.

Reactions as okrika seller breaks down in tears after buying N250k bale

Nigerians have reacted massively to the video, with many encouraging the heartbroken businesswoman.

@jasmenes_glam said:

“Start a mini package for nursing mothers and expecting mothers. I can see bibs, socks and shorts too. Pack it and sell to expecting mothers.”

@kennytemitope4 wrote:

“Where did u get it from I can help u go to the shop this is not fear. I can help u go to the place if u know the postcode.”

@ayoke2008 said:

“2009 custom collect my market of 450k I cried like a baby den, person wey no get mind no dey do the business.”

@afolarin03 said:

“The day wey u dey make gain u tell anybody my dear that’s business for u stand strong u will be back.”

@princesshappines1 said:

“So sorry, iron it and look for a fine background to snap it. Atleast it will come nd nice and see some to sell.”

@hanikeola01 added:

“Very any how business. It is better to grade frm graders and make small profit dat putting all ur money in a bale! Dis is d mosy crazy business to do.”

Watch the video below:

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