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Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iwaeda: 4:50pm On Dec 24, 2021
As the world prepares for Christmas and New Year celebrations, some Nigerian traders and consumers lament the hike in the prices of goods. From food items to non-edible items, the complaints remain the same; prices are too high. They called on the government to work hard to improve the lives of the people.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28_hunIgkbc

https://punchng.com/video-nigerians-lament-as-high-cost-of-goods-commodities-dampens-christmas-mood/

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Onedayoneday: 4:55pm On Dec 24, 2021
Buhari, we leave you for God to judge. He will judge you till your 7th generations. It has never been this bad before.

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iwaeda: 4:59pm On Dec 24, 2021
Onedayoneday:
Buhari, we leave you for God to judge. He will judge you till your 7th generations. It has never been this bad before.

Buhari will fight inflation.
Next President should know how to defend it grin

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Maxymilliano(m): 5:50pm On Dec 24, 2021
Trust Buhari the blame specialist to adduce the high cost of goods and essential commodities on middlemen, the usual culprit's.

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by helinues: 6:24pm On Dec 24, 2021
Na everywhere

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Arda1000(m): 6:30pm On Dec 24, 2021
helinues:
Na everywhere
eh reach bmc side too grin

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by BigSarah(f): 6:36pm On Dec 24, 2021
I switched from the traditional grains and meats to Baked Goods....

Cakes and chops, it is Jesus's Birthday after...

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iwaeda: 7:25pm On Dec 24, 2021
helinues:
Na everywhere
Sai failure grin

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iwaeda: 8:20pm On Dec 24, 2021
Lalasticlala you and Seun should do give away angry

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by helinues: 8:22pm On Dec 24, 2021
iwaeda:

Sai failure grin

Wail on.. Na as usual

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by talktimi(m): 8:40pm On Dec 24, 2021
helinues:


Wail on.. Na as usual

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iwaeda: 9:32pm On Dec 24, 2021
helinues:


Wail on.. Na as usual

I cant laugh at failure, even IGP is afraid boko haram can launch grenade.

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by helinues: 9:33pm On Dec 24, 2021
iwaeda:


I cant laugh at failure, even IGP is afraid boko haram can launch grenade.

And those Boko haram were no where to be found when Buhari visited Borno yesterday.

The Boko Haram sympathizers have not actually been having things easy lately

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Mko123(m): 9:50pm On Dec 24, 2021
hmmm, with or without BUHARIIIIIIII, we go survive this architectural pestilence

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by WizkidNews: 9:50pm On Dec 24, 2021
You just wasted your time reading this comment, now fvck off.

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by NwaNimo1(m): 9:50pm On Dec 24, 2021

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Murio001: 9:50pm On Dec 24, 2021
Everywhere mehn
Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iwaeda: 9:51pm On Dec 24, 2021
helinues:


And those Boko haram were no where to be found when Buhari visited Borno yesterday.

The Boko Haram sympathizers have not actually been having things easy lately
Your cluelessness eclipse buhari. I can never sympathise with boko haram. Those five people were just number. God will heal your hypocrisy cheesy

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Nobody: 9:51pm On Dec 24, 2021
We are in buhari end time.

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Omicron007: 9:52pm On Dec 24, 2021
shocked

Even vulture griller will be grilling vultures tomorrow on his house. Chicken is way more expensive than vultures now.

This is a repeat of what happened between 1983 amd 1985.
But some slowpoke brainwashed APC zombies led by that Benue Man will be shouting Darling Daddy up and down.



HellAnus is even on this thread spewing trash as usual.

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by iamyemiakins(m): 9:52pm On Dec 24, 2021
Nawa o
Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by joelbooks: 9:52pm On Dec 24, 2021
Everyone should be on the farm..else be ready to pay


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6VaqQcyot8

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by BeeBeeOoh(m): 9:52pm On Dec 24, 2021
Arda1000:
eh reach bmc side too grin

Buhari effect is a respecter of no one. E no get face I swear

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by Chummynoni(m): 9:53pm On Dec 24, 2021
Let me keep my mouth shut. If we talk now, the anointed BMC fools would point to their darling daddy's niger enroute railtrack as achievement

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by KingDash: 9:53pm On Dec 24, 2021
Christmas is not by Force.
Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by MrPADDY(m): 9:53pm On Dec 24, 2021
What lesson can we learn from the present condition so as to prepare ahead of 2023 when they come again with their scamming agenda?

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Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by smile11s(m): 9:53pm On Dec 24, 2021
True
Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by helinues: 9:53pm On Dec 24, 2021
iwaeda:

Your cluelessness eclipse buhari. I can never sympathise with boko haram. Those five people were just number. God will heal your hypocrisy cheesy

You just did without consciously knowing. SEBI you and your likes are waiting to be vindicated about your evil wish for Buhari, Apc and Nigeria in general just because your looting party is out of power

Una wailing has just begun
Re: Nigerians Lament As High Cost Of Goods, Commodities Dampens Christmas Mood by tradepunter: 9:53pm On Dec 24, 2021
Buhari

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