Fashion designer outfits, handbags, and shoes were spotted on a woman thought to be the wife of Nigerian House of Representatives Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, and her images have been making the rounds on social media in her country.
In accordance with sources, the entire cost of the outfit in the photograph is around N12 million when the price of all the accessories is translated from dollars to Naira at the current exchange rate.
Because of her lavish spending on expensive clothes, Nigerians reacted negatively to her images when they were posted on social media.
Also taking to his Facebook page, Reno Omokri blasted her for her choice of attire and the amount of money she had spent on the occasion. "I don't understand how you can put on a wardrobe worth 12 million Naira and still wind up looking like this," he remarked.
Although the woman had spent over N12 million on clothing, shoes, and watches, Reno Omokri's query was focused on her physical appearance.
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