A lot of people who wanted to buy the newly launched Nigerian World Cup Kit, produced by Nike were on a long queue at Nike Town in London on Friday.
Photos of the queue were shared on Twitter by a user, @conroy_bumpus, who said the queue went round the corner away from the outlet.
The photos show that it wasn’t only dark-skinned persons who were interested in laying their hands on the kit, as White people were also seen on the queue.
As of the time of filing this report, Twitter users were lamenting that the kit sold out in less than an hour after its official launch.
The Nigerian kit by Nike has been adjudged the best kit of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Dede is an accomplished literary critic and public commentator with a penchant for telling compelling stories. An avid Man City fan, he lives in Lagos.
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