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How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by MomentMan(m): 12:52pm On Apr 27
Here in Nsukka, a bag is sold between #150-#180 while a sachet is #20.


#Insideunn#

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Amotolongbo(f): 12:54pm On Apr 27
MomentMan:
Here in Nsukka, a bag is sold between #150-#180 while a sachet is #200.


#Insideunn#
are you sleep posting?

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by MomentMan(m): 12:56pm On Apr 27
Modified

#20 not #200

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by chatinent(m): 1:17pm On Apr 27
MomentMan:
Here in Nsukka, a bag is sold between #150-#180 while a sachet is #200.


#Insideunn#

Some sell ₦20 here, some sell ₦10.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by clockwisereport: 1:26pm On Apr 27
MomentMan:
Modified

#20 not #200

Linus, which part of Nsukka did you buy sachet water at N20

Modified:

@MomentMan, you are right.

Accept my apologies!

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by seunsiju(m): 1:54pm On Apr 27
in ijebu ode its 20#

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by MomentMan(m): 1:55pm On Apr 27
clockwisereport:

Linus, which part of Nsukka did you buy sachet water at N20

Come Unn

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by clockwisereport: 1:57pm On Apr 27
MomentMan:


Come Unn
Which part of UNN?
Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by MomentMan(m): 3:32pm On Apr 27
clockwisereport:

Which part of UNN?



Seems you haven't resume, you don't know what is happening.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by clockwisereport: 3:40pm On Apr 27
MomentMan:




Seems you haven't resume, you don't know what is happening.
you did not answer my question

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by manuel4real(m): 4:58pm On Apr 27
In awka it's #20..a bag #200 cry

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by mdan(m): 5:27pm On Apr 27
Unizik, a bag 200
Some sell 250
A sachet of water is 20 naira, 3 sachets,50 naira

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by heniford2: 6:12pm On Apr 27
i usually carry my drinking water to work we have water dispenses so when it finishes i refill pure water 20 naira i no pay

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Northernblood(m): 6:23pm On Apr 27
heniford2:
i usually carry my drinking water to work we have water dispenses so when it finishes i refill pure water 20 naira i no pay

Me too, I have my rubber can. I simply put tap water into it and put it in fridge, Whenever I feel thirsty at work, I will simple take one and drink like a boss untill am full.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by McStoic(m): 9:25pm On Apr 27
Owerri is selling a bag ₦150. A satchet ₦10. And here I was thinking Owerri sells costlier. We aren't doing badly be that ooo

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by GambaOsaka: 12:05am On Apr 28
Imagine what will happen if war breaks out. People go find piss to drink sef, dem no go see.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by femi4: 5:30am On Apr 28
Still N120 in lag

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Tombrown3(m): 8:33am On Apr 28
I was told the increase was because naija government tax them a lot. So we the final consumer has to pay the price. Nigeria will never better. I've stopped drinking pure water for past 2 weeks now sha.

the problem is we still buy whatever that increases over night and for the fact we patronise this product regardless of how mush is sells, other things will still increase!

Retailers will always want to make more gains! pure water has an expiration date, if we could swallow our pride and source for other ways of drinking water without paying 20naira for 2 months believe me they will all rethink this shit by the time 20bags of pure water lie in your shop for 2 weeks without selling one bag, they will reconsider. But no, naija will always buy.


I started to boil water and fill in a gallon for drinking, (which is even healthier) and my friend started laughing and calling me names, that I should just add the money and buy it instead of this, I gave him the lesson if his life! believe me if pure water is sold 100naira a sachet I can still afford to buy! But does is make it right?


MTN had issues with banks last month and immediately MTN card was sold 110naira, I can bet my ass, retailers are still selling MTN card that price till date!

sometimes I hardly know who to blame,the retailers or producers or the government.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by FirmTR(m): 8:36am On Apr 28
Here in delta, it's N150 per bag and N10 per sachet.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by KingMack(m): 8:41am On Apr 28
Abia State ₦20 for sachet while a bag goes for ₦200


Take away pack which is free before is now ₦50 for the disposable one while the plastic goes for ₦150

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by cassidy1996(m): 8:46am On Apr 28
Asaba, 200 per bag
Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Strongbest(m): 9:37am On Apr 28
Still N10 here......IB

And bottled water is finally 100box everywhere, I guess.


https://www.nairaland.com/1798724/

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by ictjobber: 9:37am On Apr 28
Still ₦10

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Romanoff(f): 9:37am On Apr 28
A bag is 150 from retailers.
Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by blinking001(m): 9:37am On Apr 28
10 naira where I am. Only people staying in the "yeast" are saying pure water is sold for 20 naira just to give the government a bad name. We are familiar with their childish schemes. How come things are that expensive over there? You people need to change your ways and start loving yourselves. Money is not the alpha and omega of the universe. Una too like to cheat unaselves because of money. Twale for them.

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Faller: 9:37am On Apr 28
Single #10

Double #20

Triple #30

Multiple single in bagpack #120.

grin

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Mokason288(m): 9:37am On Apr 28
angry
Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Cmanforall: 9:37am On Apr 28
I hope it will be affordable to the common man in the future.


Nigeria present government have failed her citizens.
Normally of things are working well to have clean and portable water available, this satchet water should have been banned due to its environmental pollution in the society.
Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by inoki247: 9:37am On Apr 28
one bag from reseller na 200 but from the factory na 250..

some sell for 2 for 30naira and 4 for 50naira...
Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by DubaiLandLord: 9:38am On Apr 28
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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Lovelies1: 9:38am On Apr 28
10 naira oo omo igbos keep increasing their for no just a reason

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Re: How Much Is A Sachet Of Water In Your Area? by Seniorwriter(m): 9:38am On Apr 28
MomentMan:
Here in Nsukka, a bag is sold between #150-#180 while a sachet is #20.
#Insideunn#
Lolz
Very interesting times now!

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The present leadership have shown their insensitive wicked practices in so many forms but the good thing about earning online is that they can't control world economy with their archaic policies reason persons like us still enjoy earning online.
If you have access to internet + PC/Phone and you ain't earning even $5 daily then it's your own undoing.
theultimatep3:


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.
Aurelius1:
Egbon please teach me how to earn online. I am willing to learn.
What Online or Offline activity are you Skilled on?

Proactivity Leads To Productivity.
@Seniorwriter.

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