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See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by ManirBK: 9:38am On Jun 11
i purchased these in Birnin kebbi, Kara Market today.

1- peppers @700

2-Onion @200

TOTAL- N900

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by LagosSuperStar: 9:40am On Jun 11
Birnin kebbi does not reflect the whole Nigeria. Things are extremely expensive and tough in the country.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Realtord43: 9:44am On Jun 11
ManirBK:
i purchased these in Birnin kebbi, Kara Market today.

1- peppers @700

2-Onion @200

TOTAL- N900


Cc mynd44

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Quite cheap for APC Supporter.
Enjoy

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by sachidistudios(m): 9:49am On Jun 11
These shouldn't cost upto 900 naira in Kebbi state. This shows that there is serious farming in the land.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by doggedfighter(f): 11:18am On Jun 11
It's expensive .




Onions are okay here.

Getting those from there at that price where they are yet to pay for cost of transport to other states is expensive .

Plus those peppers are unripe.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Gadafii: 11:36am On Jun 11
This is the core north of where pepper, onions and tomatoes are exported to other parts of the country

This would definitely cost around 1500 in some parts of Lagos

Tinubu, ONKR

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Ejyksneh(m): 12:40pm On Jun 11
This will cost nothing less than #4,500 in sadwest Nigeria.
The ewedu munching head slammers doesn't have human conscience, if you complain, your skull would be mined.
The sadeast IPOB terrorists are learning fast from them, they kill and main their fellow ibos at will......sad


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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by santaclaws: 12:40pm On Jun 11
LagosSuperStar:
Birnin kebbi does not reflect the whole Nigeria. Things are extremely expensive and tough in the country.

Normally N900 in Birnin Kebbi would buy you 5x what you see there... Even with tomatoes. I think the OP is also aware of that, hence the post.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by dalass(f): 12:40pm On Jun 11
angry angry
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Eraddray(m): 12:41pm On Jun 11
At this rate...return the pepper, buy more onion and cook onion soup

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by azadus18: 12:41pm On Jun 11
"We voted for change ..even change cannot solve the problem..MI

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by StreetTyga: 12:41pm On Jun 11
That's normal in most of the states. This one is even much.
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by HopeNeverDies: 12:43pm On Jun 11
Lol
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Thormentor: 12:43pm On Jun 11
By Birnin Kebbi standard i know years back i visited. it's costly! omo

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by dominique(f): 12:43pm On Jun 11
Too expensive for northern standards. Kebbi is literally the land of onions, we buy 4 or 5 of that size of onions for 200 here in Lagos, you should be getting more than double of that for same price over there.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by FuckYeyeMods: 12:43pm On Jun 11
Tinubu is really pushing the masses to the wall..

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Brendaniel: 12:43pm On Jun 11
ManirBK:
i purchased these in Birnin kebbi, Kara Market today.

1- peppers @700

2-Onion @200

TOTAL- N900



I hope you are enjoying Tinubu's government after supporting him because of Muslim Muslim ticket?

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by whippersnapper(m): 12:44pm On Jun 11
sachidistudios:
These shouldn't cost upto 900 naira in Kebbi state. This shows that there is serious farming in the land.
oga o
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by NewHe: 12:44pm On Jun 11
The world is in turmoil! Let's Go back to God in righteousness!

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Rayd502(m): 12:44pm On Jun 11
So expensive.
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by sproket20(m): 12:44pm On Jun 11
Hmm looks expensive
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Dubetex96(m): 12:44pm On Jun 11
It's far more cheaper for APC supporters.

Their membership card always give them privilege against others.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Basicend: 12:44pm On Jun 11
Ejyksneh:
This will cost nothing less than #4,500 in sadwest Nigeria.
The ewedu munching head slammers doesn't have human conscience, if you complain, your skull would be mined.
The sadeast IPOB terrorists are learning fast from them, they kill and main their fellow ibos at will......sad


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Haba, Oga! Take it easy o.

It can't cost more than N2,300 at most in any other parts of Nigeria. Just keep exaggerating . .
Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Bullfallo(m): 12:44pm On Jun 11
Very cheap base on the southern Nigeria standard.

If this goes for 900 in the north than it should be close to 2k in the south.

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by nedu666: 12:45pm On Jun 11
So you want to cook pepper and onions. Find 2k buy tomatoes. E bad you fit get 10 medium size tomato

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Parydelegate: 12:45pm On Jun 11
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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by mikeapollo: 12:45pm On Jun 11
sachidistudios:
These shouldn't cost upto 900 naira in Kebbi state. This shows that there is serious farming in the land.

''Did you mean to type ''farming'' or famine'' ?

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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by MaziObinnaokija: 12:45pm On Jun 11
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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by 11Monkeys: 12:45pm On Jun 11
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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Ejyksneh(m): 12:45pm On Jun 11
Don't quote me again, be warned 😡😡😡😡
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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by Qadaffi2idiamin: 12:46pm On Jun 11
Ejyksneh:
This will cost nothing less than #4,500 in sadwest Nigeria.
The ewedu munching head slammers doesn't have human conscience, if you complain, your skull would be mined.
The sadeast IPOB terrorists are learning fast from them, they kill and main their fellow ibos at will......sad


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Re: See What I Bought With N900 In Birnin Kebbi by seuncyrus(m): 12:46pm On Jun 11
From CHANGE to RENEWED HOPE , it keeps getting better
The useless bandits that they keep empowering have now become a torn in the flesh, collecting taxes from farmers and nothing is being done about it
Everyone should have their own mini farm , even if it's just tomatoes and pepper at least.
I have started my own mini farm already, harvested some spring onions last week angry

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