- Nigerian women spend N9,814 on Valentine's gifts, statistics from a data company has revealed
- The statistics also revealed that Nigerian men spend N22,173 on Valentine's gift
- According to the data company, women in Thailand and United States spend N38,894 on Valentine's gift while mn in the US spend $140 (N50,890)
As Valentine is being celebrated around the world, statistics from a data company StatiSense has revealed that Nigerian women spend $27 (N9,814) to get Valentine gifts for their loved ones.
Legit.ng gathers that the company said women in Thailand and United States spend $107 (N38,894) on Valentine's gifts, while those in the United Kingdom and China spend $104 (N37,804) to get their loved ones Valentine's gifts.
According to StatiSense, Nigerian men spend $61 (N22,173) on Valentine's gift, while men in Ireland spend $160 (N58,160).
Men in Italy spend $154 (N55,979) on Valentine's gift, men in Thailand spend $146 (N53,071), while men in the United States spend $140 (N50,890) on Valentine's gifts.
In other news, as people from around the world celebrate Valentine's Day, a 200-year-old Valentine Day's card has been rediscovered.
The card was bought by Gavin Littaur, a fan of old school Valentine’s Day cards.
Littaur bought the card two decades ago and it has been sitting in an album ever since.
The Valentine's card dating back to 1818 is one of the oldest known in existence.
Littaur said: “I’m a bit of a romantic and just talking about this Valentine rekindles my love for it. It’s beautiful -- exceptionally so, in fact.”
He, however, cannot remember how much he purchased the card, but said it was expensive at the time.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a couple with 45 years age gap between them said people usually look at them wherever they go because of their age gap and the fact that they have a two-year-old son.
Stefani is 25 years while her husband is 70 years - they are from Armstrong, British Columbia, Canada.
She and her husband Don have been together for five years, married for a year and a half and share two-year-old son Lachlan.
Don said: "People on the street, they do that second take or third take or whatever it is or make a comment if I have Lachlan out for a walk or something and someone says, ‘oh, grandpa's got the little boy today’, I don't even correct them.”
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