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Photos: See The Car a hawker is using to Sell Bread In Anambra State.

They popular saying ‘One man’s food is another man’s poison’was demonstrated today in a village in Anambra state after having a clean Toyota Venza ride with tinted glass (someone’s dream car) was spotted used to promote and sell bread.

The loaves of bread were loaded in the booth of the automobile that was parked near a market as Facebook user Ezeasor Ebubechukwuzo who found it couldn’t contain his surprise.

He took to the platform to fairly share pictures of the automobile and captioned them; nside the Village? They are Marketing bread With Toyota Venza tinted glass for that matter my sisters dream car! #ThisIsNigeria..

Early this season, the chairman at Association Of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Edo State Chapter, Goodluck Osama Ogbeide, took to Facebook to fairly share pictures of a Hummer Jeep which he saw used to market tea and other provisions in Benin, Edo state capital.

He wrote;

I was actually in a vehicle around Ugbowo axis today, when I stopped to snap this Hummer jeep. This is one of the reasons why I don’t bother myself over anything in life. Ur most valuable property today, is definitely another man’s rag.

When Blackberry Phone came out, some persons, most especially some girls almost killed themselves over nothing. What is the worth of blackberry today?

 

 

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