Nigerian editor Ruth Osime reacts as she shares 1976 receipt of N3,205 Honda car

Nigerian editor Ruth Osime reacts as she shares 1976 receipt of N3,205 Honda car

- Nigerian fashion editor, Ruth Osime, recently shared an old receipt from 1976

- The receipt which was for a car showed the automobile was purchased for N3,205

- Osime reacted to the document, stating that the said car costs over N32 million 50 years later

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The phrase, 'good old days' takes on a whole new meaning following ThisDay Style fashion editor Ruth Osime's recent Instagram post.

She took to her page to share an old receipt of a car dealership company, Leventis Motors. Information on the receipt shows that it was issued for a Honda Civic car in 1976 which cost N3,205.

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Nigerian editor Ruth Osime reacts as she shares 1976 receipt of N3,205 Honda car
Nigerian editor Ruth Osime shared the photo online. Photo credit: @ruthosime
Source: Instagram

Osime reacted to the price of the car and stated that the said car was now worth millions in present day.

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She wrote:

"In 1976, a Honda cost N3,205...yes you read right! Less than 50 years one life time...the same car costs approximately N32,205,000!!! Do the maths. Who we offend???"

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Meanwhile, it was a celebration galore in Ebenebe town in Awka North Local Government Area, Anambra state following the donation of 2-bedroom bungalow to a widow identified as Philomena Ubaka, by a philanthropist, Arnold Chukwuebuka Ekweoba.

Ubaka had until now been living with her children in a deplorable thatched hut until hope shone on her in 2017 when an NGO, Restore a Radiant Smile Foundation met with her during one of their outreaches.

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Handing over the key to Ubaka on Friday, March 5, 2021, the benefactor and CEO, Ekweoba revealed that he had never met the woman until the day of the handover.

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Kumashe Yaakugh is a journalist with three years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from Benue State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. Kumashe is an entertainment and lifestyle editor reporting mostly on entertainment and human interest stories. When she isn't working, Kumashe uses her spare time to read about historical events, music and cultures around the world. Learn more about her on Twitter @kvmashe

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