Ik Ogbonna’s lovely wife, Sonia Morales may not be a Nigerian but she is a lover of everything Nigeria. She only buys things that are made in the country and she is proud of her collections so far.

Ik Ogbonna’s lovely wife, Sonia Morales may not be a Nigerian but she is a lover of everything Nigeria. She only buys things that are made in the country and she is proud of her collections so far.

Ik Ogbonna’s lovely wife, Sonia Morales may not be a Nigerian but she is a lover of everything Nigeria. She only buys things that are made in the country and she is proud of her collections so far.

She said: “I only buy made in Naija. I don’t know why so many people refer to “LOCAL” as if it’s something bad or something to be ashamed of. Why exactly do you think you should be so proud for buying “yankee” /”foreign” stuff? Imagine if we start appreciating and buying more of our precious, colorful local goods ?What would that do to our economy? Agriculture? The biggest black nation in the whole wide world-let’s use our population in our advantage to build.

She added “Trading healthy,organic,local products for way more expensive genetically modified and cancer-causing stuff that even western world is trying to run away from would not make you appear any more classier,richer or sophisticated. Embrace your own. My family and I are proudly and very “local”

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