“How much do you think I spent?”:?” she queried her followers, instigating quite the debate over the cost of feeding a family in today’s economy.
“It took me weeks of planning, saving, and finally shopping at various markets to ensure I got the best deals,” she confesses to an enthralled audience. A statement that only serves to further stoke the fires of admiration for her tenacity.
The specifics of her haul are astonishing. With her kitchen shelves overflowing with goods, from pantry staples to fresh produce, it is hard not to marvel at the scale of her achievement.
- Rice – in all its variety: long grain, short grain, local, and imported.
- Beans – locust beans, brown beans, white beans.
- Corn – both fresh and dried, ready for a variety of meals.
- Yams and Potatoes – staples of Nigerian cuisine that are diverse in application.
- Spices – from the local suya spice to universal favorites like curry and thyme.
- Fresh produce – a colorful assortment of fruits and vegetables.
The list goes on, each item acquired thoughtfully, with attention paid to both price and quality. Each one holds promise for the meals to come, helping to provide nourishment and a sense of stability for her family.
The woman, who appears to be very rich and affluent, bought a large amount of food and fruits to stock up her house for the coming weeks.
She showed off her purchases in the video, which included various kinds of meat, fish, vegetables, grains, spices, snacks, drinks, and more.
She also filled her fridge with different flavours of juices and fruit, which some people might regard as wasteful and extravagant.
She asked her viewers to guess how much money she spent on all the items, and some of them guessed that it could be as high as 1.5 million naira.
The video has generated a lot of buzz and feedback from social media users, who were stunned by her lavish and luxurious lifestyle.
Some of them praised her for being successful and generous, while others criticised her for being ostentatious and insensitive.
The video has also sparked a discussion about the economic and social inequality in Nigeria, where many people live in poverty and hunger.
Watch the video below:
WOTHAPPEN compiled some of the reactions below:
Ebuka Obojiofor said:
“My gramum still the 1.5 million. No matter how long best at making ogwo I’ve baked for.”
“Chai pls we dey want money to eat. see i thank God for U. may God also answer my prayer.”
“Perfect morning of people miss this.”
“With your little income, try buying in bulk. yoU will safe more.”
“Try putting veggies in zip locks first. works better for me.”