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  1. Stella, 100k will be way much better than 50k ooo.

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  2. I live in jos; 120/150 upwards should be enough monthly. For a comfortable accommodation in a nice area, good food etc.

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    1. Yes, the cost of living is low. Gosh! I miss that town.

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  3. This question depends on your mode of living, with any amount one can work out a budget to maximize and utilize it well if not, even with much you will not be comfortable...But with the inflations everywhere since this corona issue, such amount will not be enough honestly and that is why multiple streams of income is always the right way to go, if you want to be truly comfortable with your mode of living in Nigeria today 😫

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    1. πŸ’―% agree with you, it really depends on your mode of living. Ven with the inflation you can still work out a budget to maximize and utilize it well.

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    2. You get too much sense pass plenty of your age mates. Standard of living is the coco.

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  4. It depends, it can go a long way for one week or highest 2weeks.
    Just give me 500k last price( for one month) Ezigbo Γ²nΓΉ ya oo, anaghi ewepu ya ego.πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    1. What?? Which kind food you de eat??

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    2. Lol. The lies they tell. It's well

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  5. At least 400k in the heart of the FCT, putting things like the very high cost of accommodation, food stuff, PHCN/Water/Cable bills etc into consideration. Thank God for His mercies...He has been great!

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  6. 100k won't do nada where I stay.

    Rent and others are on the high side, Lord help us.

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  7. Absolutely okay cos i am in Kogi state and Okene precisely.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Relocating in no distant time sha

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  8. No , not in Lagos, transportation alone now can gulp up to 25K in a month not to talk of food and other expenses.

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  9. No. Lagos is expensive.
    Feeding alone is expensive not to talk of taking care of children's needs, transportation, fueling of vehicles, health care, that's if you are not under any HMO plan. The list is just endless.

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  10. 100k salary will be enough to live comfortably in my area as long as it's only you, especially if you are not the type that spend anyhow. You will be happy! If you have a family, then, you have to earn more.

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  11. 100k is ok without kids in the picture.

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  12. Yes you can live comfortably with 100k in ilorin (even like a king).. Things are relatively cheap but..... Where you wan see 100k paying job here if not federal

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  13. It won't be enough o,miniflat in my hood is 750k but if you earn 250k or 200k monthly then you are good to go.Magodo Shangisha

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  14. It's not enough. What do you have for me?
    Nothing?
    Then why did you ask?
    Mbok stop all these imaginative discourse that will not bring solution.

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    1. You sef, that's why it's called BOREDOM ELIMINATING POST. LOL 🀣

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    2. She does not have nothing for you..
      Nobody forced you to participate.

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  15. With 50k,hunger will almost kill you if your shoulder pad is too high.100k is when you too are working,at least 150 to 200k as an average standard of living.
    Food stuffs is too expensive here.
    Nsukka in Enugu is bae when it comes to buying nutritious local foodstuffs

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    1. Seriously, I pray my next job gives me 200k and above as salary per month. My current pay is nothing to write home about

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    2. I'm from Nsukka and I totally agree with you.

      You can even get foodstuffs from neighboring villages like Obollo, Orba and maybe Uzo-uwani at cheaper rates.

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    3. Yea@Noni,my siblings are enjoying there.That's where I was born and partly bred,most times I regret being here cos price of foodstuffs is too high here.I order some things from there too

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  16. I think,100k will do.....
    with the economy of Nigeria, the cost of living in many places has increased. May God help us

    am ada 042

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  17. Hmmm,even 100k cannot work but if i see 50k work sef,will be the happiest lady

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  18. 100k won't work cos the place I stay is kinda of expensive due to the level of security.

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  19. As a single lady,100K is okay for me

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  20. 100k isn't enough at all..rent, transportation,feeding,utility bills and miscellaneous sums up to #450k to #500k

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    1. 100k should do with plenty management, as u sort one bill more pile on, life is hard πŸ¦‹

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  21. 100k??? Who did this to Nigeria o!!! Tuehh

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  22. Stella it depends on a persons discipline and presence or absence of people to care for. Frankly speaking, I don't think it's enough.
    I leave in ph and rent alone will consume more than half of the money

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  23. I spent 25 k for tfare to work here in lagos,not to talk of food and other expenses....

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    1. God that is too much 😲😲😲😲

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  24. 100k in Kano maybe without small small extravagant living

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    1. That's the good thing about the north. If not for their insecurities I won't mind relocating to Kaduna or even Kano.

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  25. 100k a month for me alone is more than enough for me alone.

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  26. I reside in Lagos,though the price of goods and services is high now.but 100-150k is manageable

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  27. You should earn at least 1million

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  28. What I know for sure is that 100k ain't enough not with kids to feed and cloth..Anything above 100k will suffice if efficiently utilized..

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  29. What I know for sure is that 100k ain't enough not with kids to feed and cloth..Anything above 100k will suffice if efficiently utilized..
    BV NEME

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  30. Hmmm
    Good job locate me,oh Lord.
    I will gladly do 50k now if transportation isn't involved and Yes,I live in Lagos.

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  31. 100k will do in my area.God pls help me out.

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  32. more than enough.
    Ado Ekiti to be precise.
    a room is like 20k
    a room self con from 50k
    a room and parlor sef con from 90k
    2 bedroom flat with one toilet fron 120k
    2 bedroom with 2 or 3 toilets from 150k
    3 bed room with 3 or 3 toilets from 150k too
    All tiled .
    I stay in a two bedroom flat with 2toilets ,very big for 180k(I have just one neighbor abs it's a room and parlor at the back,fenced and fully tiled with running water)
    I have light everyday with half day off once a week.
    Phcn bill is 3k per month.
    security is 1k.
    Waste disposal is free.
    I take 50 taxi to work or#100 bike from my gate.
    5 big tubers of yam for 2500.
    I cook 2litres of stew with 500 pepper and tomatoes for hubby and i(last for a week)
    You can buy pieces meat or assorted as low as 200.
    A kilo of beef is 1400
    A kilo of goat meat is 1500
    A kilo of Turkey is 1500
    A kilo of chicken is 1300
    A kilo of catfish is 1100
    A kilo of assorted meat(shaki and family)is 1000
    roasted fish panla starts from 100
    roasted titus from 300
    roasted shawarma from 150.
    palm oil is 1200 for 5litres now
    groundnut oil is 700 for 1litre of activa(that's wat I use,dont know how much for 5litre oil)
    egusi cup is 150
    white garri is 200 per mudu or congo
    yellow garri is 250 per mudu or Congo..

    No industry like that in ado Ekiti .
    either you are a banker,hotelier, teacher,lecturer, businessman, electronic merchant,phone seller,car dealer.
    it is a good place to start up a family.
    land is as cheap as 250k per plot inside site.
    400-800k in town or student area.
    Zero traffic,I resume 7:15am,I can leave my house by 7am and still get to work before the time.
    Very low crime rate.

    Any question?

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    1. Thank you Uzu. What is the best hotel in Ado Ekiti.

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    2. Oh mehn,see cheap place to live ooo.
      Why is eastern part of naija so expensive??? @Uzu enjoy ya life jare.

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    3. Nice analysis, I want to relocate. How is Fabrics business in Ado- Ekiti? like Ankara, bell materials lace etc.

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    4. Any anon,profitable.you know yoruba states like party.
      you can also sell in student area,Ekiti state university, afe babalola university, federal polytechnic and can do waybill to nearby states like akure and ondo,Benin too.

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    5. @Anon,summit hotel at afao road,midas,pathfinder, lots of nice and affordable hotels.

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  33. I will manage 100k alone without extravagant life....

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  34. 100k will do for me and my family of three children.

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  35. Hmmmmmmmmmm this depends solely on the individual mode of spending. However, it would be a struggling adventure for a family person due to Paying of house rent, school fees, feeding, clothing, transportation, etc. Nigeria economy is getting worse by the day, is well.

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  36. 150k will be okay...

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  37. 100K will not be enough for my expenditures and savings.

    A self-con accommodation here is about 150 to 170K. Then you'd talk about feeding, transportation, payments for my career advancement, siblings' school fees and a whole lot more.

    About 150 to 200K would suffice here.

    God!!
    Please shine your countenance on me and bless me with a federal or multinational job.


    This teaching job's remuneration is barely enough for me to survive.

    Please hear my cry Lord!!

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  38. Where I live in Lagos ehn, that 100k has gone fiam for just transport fare in a month not to talk of me that have 4 children plus one nephew. Na prayer I dey so o. God no go shame us.

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  39. 200k will do better than 100k, in short no amount of money will do because the more pay you get the more problems you will face.

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  40. Looking at the comments, I see most people have capped 200k as the ideal Income to live a better life. Wait till you collect that same money for 3 month, then you will know even 500k per month is nothing.
    We are all Oliver Twist, we always ask for me.
    However, I would say no amount is too small or to big, if you don't live above your means.
    Earning 200k per month and renting a 750k/annum apartment is a NO NO!
    Your house rent must not be more than your 2 month salary, and always apply the 60/40 rule.

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