Check out broom put up for sale at N13,000

Check out broom put up for sale at N13,000 earlier reported that a Ghana-must-go bag was sold for N10,000 in a UK store, now a broom is being sold for about N13,000 online.

How much are you willing to pay for regular household items like brooms, brushes, detergents and other cleaning agents? came across a broom displayed for sale on popular online marketplace, ebay, where the owner wants to sell it for $34.95 (about N13,000).

The merchant claims that the item is 'vintage' and was used as far back as the early 1970s, saying it's still durable even though it has seen over three decades old (over 30 years).

Checkout broom put up for sale at N13,000
The merchant claims the broom has been in existence since the 1970s. Photo: ebay

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Describing the item which they put up for sale, they wrote:

"What we have is a wonderful, genuine, vintage handmade African broom in excellent condition. We got this from a Ol' Gal that lived in Africa for 10 years and this was made for her back in the early 70's and she used it for years to sweep out her hut. And they brought it back with her when she moved back to the States. It is still in excellent, usable and very collectible condition.

Checkout broom put up for sale at N13,000
The broom is being sold for $34.95 (about N13,000). Photo: ebay

This is a vintage/used item, and is sold AS-IS. It may show signs of wear and use including, but not limited to: stains, scratches, marks, fuzz, pilling, abrasion, etc. Please refer to pictures and description for complete details. We have done our best to accurately describe the item in detail. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to see additional pictures. As this is a USED/vintage item, we can only accept returns in the event of complete misrepresentation."

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Checkout broom put up for sale at N13,000
The broom was described as 'vintage'. Photo: ebay

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