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See Onion I Bought For N100 In Port Harcourt – Lady Laments



See Onion I Bought For N100 In Port Harcourt – Lady Laments

A Nigerian lady has taken to Facebook to lament on the cost of foodstuffs in Nigeria as she showed off a small piece of onion she bought for N100 in Port Harcourt.

The lady identified as Helen Clifford asked her friends on the prices of the stuff in their location as she appeared to be stunned by the size of what she got for N100

She wrote:Nigeria which way forward? From one issue to the other🤦🏻‍♀️What’s the price of Onions in your location?I Just got this for 100 naira (Port Harcourt)

See reactions:

*** According to information from the market in owerri, they said trailer load of onions was burnt in Aba during the protest

*** I went to market I couldn’t see any Malam selling onions and potato like no single one 😭😭😭 one woman get mind put four onions for table Dey tell us 1k shuuuu.

*** I don’t no this price of all this …cause I stay with my parents …not leaving soon… Nigeria no plan am well for us😢

*** The situation is really bad, the 200 naira onions i saw where like the size of sugar cubes in dozen…they are those onions that if you even give igbe, the igbe will reject it …tintomatoes now 130 in market , while stores close to the house sell at the rate of 150 , this is in warri..



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