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Basketmouth has high expectations from a N54m wristwatch

13 January 2015, 13:30

Lagos -  In taking at swipe at celebrities who spend millions of Nigeria on items like watches Basketmouth described what he wants a $300,000 [N54m] watch to do for him.

The ace comedian, Bright ‘Basketmouth’ Okpocha  shared on Instagram  what he will want the watch to do for him if he ever bought one.

Also read: Presidential election: Fans attack Basketmouth

He wrote : ‘If I spend over $300,000 (N54 million) on a wristwatch means that the wristwatch should be able to do the following:

‘Tell me when Jesus is coming back. Tell me when there will be steady power supply. Tell me when corruption will come to an end.

 Tell me when people will stop hating. And finally, tell me the war, starvation, racism etc will come to an end.’

Davido recently bought a Rolex watch worth N6.9 million while holidaying in Dubai.


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