Economy||Exchange rate

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Wassup People????…………. With the incessant tumbling of Naira in the parallel market these past weeks, prices of commodities have sooooooooo increased…..Sachet water a.k.a pure water is not left out, a sachet of water that was sold for #5 before all these madness started,now sells for #10 per sachet…in some places like Abuja, Port-Harcourt, Bayelsa (y’all know the rich people’s/oil states nau……), a sachet of pure water is sold for #15!!!like seriously,what is going on????????????……………

Nigerian traders/market women are just sooooooo funny,even those selling stuffssss that are not affected by the devaluation of the naira are also complaining and hiking/inflating prices of their wares(…..smiling and shaking my head…………). Imagine a tomato seller, orange seller, locust-bean seller, banana seller and the likes telling me that ”dollar is now expensive, so they can’t sell the way they were selling before (one plate of tomato that was sold for #50, now goes for #100 because “dollar ti won”)…………………………………I jes pray buhari finds a lasting solution to this ”dollar/naira craze” as i call it………………CATCH YOU GUYS LATER.

xoxo: blessing oso

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2 thoughts on “Economy||Exchange rate

  1. Nice write. This is exactly how fellow Nigerians are making life unbearable for themselves despite the backwardness in the state of the economy. Issues of Dollar is basically on international goods and services and not on locally made goods. i pray Nigerian will stop this madness of ” Dollars is high” and join hands in bringing a positive Change to the country.

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  2. Nice write up. This is exactly how fellow Nigerians are making life unbearable for themselves despite the backwardness in the state of the economy. Issues of Dollar is basically on international goods and services and not on locally made goods. i pray Nigerian will stop this madness of ” Dollars is high” and join hands in bringing a positive Change to the country.

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