Nigerian lady flaunts high-quality dining table, set of chairs her father bought for ₦120 in 1988

A beautiful Nigerian lady stunned many as she flaunted a high-quality dining table alongside a set of chairs that her father bought for the sum of ₦120 in 1988.

This was revealed in a video captioned: “#120 bought a dining set in 1988.”


Nigerian lady flaunts high-quality dining table, set of chairs her father bought for ₦120 in 1988

In the video, the lady could be heard explaining that while ₦120 wouldn’t go far today, several years ago, it could buy a lot, as her father was able to purchase something substantial with it, which they still use in the house to this day.

She mentioned that back then, ₦120 could only buy snacks like ‘gala’ or a few other items, but her dad managed to buy a dining table.

In the video, the lady was seen showing off the said dining set, which still looks perfect and neat.

Meanwhile, individuals reacted to this on the comment page of the post, sharing their thoughts.

See some reactions below:

Jaybee: “Is too expensive for that much in 1988.”

Chuby476: “Omo if you see our own ehh😂 my father will always say azurum ya mgbe ma alubem nwayi.”

Aticu: “This type of dining would cost nothing less than 500,000 in today’s Nigeria….. we’re finished.”

king mahoney: “and it still strong I no understand wetin all this pple dey make now.”

Austin: “to get this now u need over 1.5mN now. this country no go fit better again.”

Dr styles: “Come see house my daddy build in 1970 with 29k.”

steam: “120 just bought one sachet of minimie chinchin yesterday.”

CHIMDERA: “Two foams in my dads bed room in the village was bought for 60#”

MattBURNER: “In 1983 i bought an estate for N900 naira.”

Solar_System_Cheche_: “When carpenters stood out for the quality of materials they used in their products. The table remains solid.”

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