Border Closure: Traders lament unbelievable price hike of foodstuff in the market| Legit TV

Border Closure: Traders lament unbelievable price hike of foodstuff in the market| Legit TV


Q: How much do you sell yam flour and garri in the market now? A: The big container of yam flour costs N6000; Half of that goes for N3000. Q: Has the cost increased or reduced over time? Has the cost been same for a while? A: The price has reduced because in the past, the big bucket was sold N7000. Right now it is N6000.

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    DESMOND Dessy

    With these border wen dem close so na make my elder brother no get job again na evil country 😭😭😭😭😭

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    Elizabeth Adeniyi

    Every students in Nigeria there is a gruesome video of police killed FUOYE student please let this video go viral share this with your parents and your friends let this be the last time police officers in Nigeria will kill students in Nigeria. Parents listen to the voice of this young man in the video, if you have a child/ children in the University in Nigeria you should be terrified, furious, angry, mourning and piss off by now.

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    Isaac HP

    ALL THESE GOODS NIGERIA CAN HAVE THEM IN ABUNDANCE, BANK OF INDUSTRY SHOULD GIVE LOANS TO FARMERS AND ENCOURAGE THEM TO PLANT ,, IMPORTATION KILLS ECONOMY, WE SHOULD CONSUME WHAT WE PRODUCE AND PRODUCE WHAT WE CONSUME

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    OGE GOD

    Next level to get all the trader Moni's back from gullible Nigerian! Sorry for yourselves! #FreeBiafra #BiafraIsNotOneWithNigeria

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    Stevephen odin

    APC is really doomed to Nigeria and again they cost the problem before all blamed PDP Jonathan. Nigeria should face the problem they cost Buhari is well known the πŸ‘Ώ you know is better than the one you don't know. 1984 is not too long to forget so soon if Nigeria have the capacity to feed it citizens manafactured food why can't Nigerian see it now? Before a reasonable government takes decision statistics have to be carry out first. Is good to patronise local production why is it so now Nigeria the government you sll voted?

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    adegriffin

    Buy local Goods…encourage local farming….can you imagine, he said Nigerians are running away from local rice, they prefer imported price, stupidity, i wish and hope that nigerians know how the imported Rice is been reserved if they know they will never eat it…. buy local Rice buy local goods

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    libra

    Instead of farming they want land for cows πŸ„ and some traditional rulers are selling peoples land to build rubbish instead of promoting and equipping farmers so that we can have foods on our tables useless leaders don’t worry all of you will pay for this evil will never go unpunished I hate you all and I pray you all perish with all your generations in hell Ise

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    libra

    So all is imported what if they decided not to supply so Niaja will start eating shit our government na devil πŸ‘Ώ go visit all of una and una family sleep will be very far for all of una .

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    Raph Nwokobia

    The problem is that banks are not giving loans to farmers. Give loan to commmercial farmers and Agro processors. This not rocket science.

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