Nigerians will not be able to buy Apple products for at least a month after a Nigerian court ruled in favor of a group of traders.
The decision was based on the theory that Nigerians are being paid by the Nigerian government to buy the products.
Nigerians were initially told they would be allowed to buy up to $500 worth of products each month for a month but the court said the goods should not be sold for more than a month.
Apple and the government argued the traders are using the money to buy other goods and that the money will be used to buy more goods.
The traders have been ordered to stop using the profits to buy goods and return them to the Nigerians.
Last month, Apple announced that it had cut ties with two of the traders, who were charged with kidnapping Nigerian women, in the hopes that they would pay them a bribe.
The company said it was “deeply disappointed” with the court’s decision.
Apple, the U.S. company, has said it would not pay the traders to help them steal money from Nigerians, and said it will review its policies on the issue.