- A Twitter user recently shared photos of a dress she had ordered versus what she received
- Identified as Nathi Mapekula, she had ordered for a red with a wide opening but got an oversized and different-coloured dress instead
- She shared the post in response to a lady who shared photos of an undersized pair of shoes she received from an online shop
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While technology and social media have made shopping easier for many people, there are still the downsides to it and this includes not getting exactly what you ordered for.
Twitter user, Nathi Mapekula, got many people cracking their ribs when she shared a photo of a dress she had ordered alongside a dress she got instead.
In the photos, she had ordered a red mono strap dress with a high opening on the side.
What she got, however, was a poor imitation of the dress in the photo that was ill-fitted.
Nathi POSTED the photos in response to another Twitter user who had a similar experience.
In @ScottyUnfamous' case, she ordered a pair of bedazzled heeled sandals and got a pair that was several inches smaller.
A few months back, Senator Kipchumba Murkomen suffered the same fate after a hawk-eyed Kenyan noticed his apparent oversize kaunda suit
The senator had attended the burial of mother of his Homa Bay colleague Moses Kajwang where he gave a powerful speech highlighting the need for a united nation.
However, it was not only his speech that left netizens in stitches but also a grey short-sleeved custom-made attire he donned on the day.
Everyone appeared to hold a similar opinion perhaps the tailor could have done a much better job.
But when asked whether or he got a raw deal, the politician cheekily joked he needed to grow some muscles to fit in his new outfit as the problem was not the design after all.
You be the judge.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also published that Delali Agbosu, a Ghanaian mother of one who lives at Adenta, has narrated how receiving the wrong medication at a hospital left her disabled for life.
The young lady who lost both parents made the profound revelation in a video interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of SV TV Africa.
Delali said she was only four years old at the time of the unfortunate medical incident and has had to live her entire life as a disabled person.
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