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Wednesday, March 03, 2021

Food Blockade From North To Southern Nigeria May Have Backfired....

 Is this good news or what!...




43 comments:

  1. Let them eat their produce na. Rubbish people. You won't even get this basket for that cheap here. 150 and they cannot still afford it. Lmao. Na them go tire

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    1. You don’t get it, they can afford it but since buyers aren’t many, the law of demand and supply comes into play.

      They decided to refuse to sell to the southwest (which constitutes the bulk of their buyers) so they now have more produce than they need. Of course the traders would have to keep reducing the price of their produce just to be able to sell them off, but even at that, they’d still find it difficult to get rid of all their products with the rock bottom prices.

      In other words, they shot themselves in the foot. No country or region can thrive in a state of autarky, you NEED to buy and SELL to other regions lmao or you end up choking on your rotten products and depriving your people of their livelihood 不

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    2. You don't get it, not that it isn't affordable but the demand has reduced due to lack of order from the West.

      Goods from the West has also been blocked from coming in since Saturday, infact the popular red pack toothpaste is not in this Central market except few pieces no carton at all, I know this because I sell in the market here.

      BTW, you are my namesake.

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    3. Who produce perishable goods then go on strike to punish the buyers? Dull heads ofcause!
      And how come d govt is quite about this whole happening? Is it now very obvious that d centre can no longer hold?.. well, things have fallen apart if u ask me.

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  2. 不不不不不不they should eat their food nau.

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  3. North will lose o. Tomatoes can't stay long o

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  4. They thought they were doing us,mtchw..there will always be an alternative. Even their livestock,we are no longer interested. There's fish,chicken..even ekuke,healthier!

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    1. Even their cow meat how many do they eat? They don't even eat cow meat

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  5. If self sabotage was a northerner.. 不

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    1. Cutting your nose to spite your face. That's what they just did.

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  6. You took the step but you are hurting!!!
    See us here?we go still chop!

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  7. They planted for commercial purpose not personal use. Na the farmers go lose las las but the end users go suffer too.. I pray the impasse will end soon

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  8. I wish there's a way we can even boycott buying their rubbish after their blockade

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    1. Exactly. This should be a wake up call to d southern people, their leaders. Workout a means to be self reliant!

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    1. Very wicked. Let them grow fat on tomatoes and onions!

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  10. It's time for the South to start producing cash crops and go into large scale farming,this will be an efficient way to reduce power concentrated in the north when it comes to food supply. I hope this blocade open our eyes and yield results.

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    1. @Tiara, it’s not as if the South doesn’t farm too, Shebi it’s part of the northern strategy to starve the west is why they brought their cows to come and be destroying our crops and farmlands. They should leave the south, and we will farm and eat! They will lose laye, wan gbo lorun

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    2. Not that we don't want to farm in a big way o but they won't stop destroying our farms.

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    3. Exactly! D north have a very primitive strategy, they use violence to intimidate d south to be fearful of them and avoid conflicts, thereby allowing d north have their way with impunity most times, then they undermine their effort to produce food crops by allowing cows to graze on the farmlands in d south, after which they blockade food from getting to d south, to bring them to their needs. Humble them and realise that the north is superior and hold the key to their breathe. It now depends on the south, if they want this to go on, or call their buff.

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    1. Boya ke ignore them and their "food" entirely.

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  12. Last last Awolowo was the one that gave them the idea, so they wanted to use it against them this time. Forgetting that their own people won't even buy. #spotremover#

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  13. Body go tell them, in Edo state here we can even sustain ourselves because we have plots of land, in fact make i gi use our remining plot of land plants some things.

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  14. They will cry walahi talayi!!

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  15. Even before the boycott,i will not buy that for 500 in kd. Tomatoes is very very cheap.

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  16. North largely depend on the south for cash when they sell their products. I found out that even the buying and consumption of their goods is largely done by the south. The eat mainly indomie, tea and gworo. South already have alternatives, they will lose if they did not sale their farm products.

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    1. Lynda lynda.... You just seat and assume.... Only foolish people do that.
      "They eat mainly indomie, tea and gworo"
      Please permit me to call you dumb

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  17. South south dont like farming cash crops.

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  18. Lemmeeo! Naturally, i'm not such a big fan of rice to start with. Then, you'd increase the prices of your goods because in your gullibility, you felt a country existed because of your pepper, tomato, onion and carrot? How foolish. Are there no other foods? Do they think that we'd die if we pay even more serious attention to farming? Like, did they think that they'd hold a candle to us if we decide? Lol. When their uncle said that they should be selling a bag of rice 30k, did we and our loved ones stop eating rice? Lol. Can't remember the last time i bought their beef sef. #ThemGoTire

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  19. the price go soon reach 50 naira

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  20. Food stuffs are now scarce in the south

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  21. To hell with them and their crops. This is the rude awakening the south needs. Let them continue. We will find an alternative and learn to be self sufficient.

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  22. But mehn e no funny o.6 tomato is now sold for 500. Even heard the trailers that came in weekend before the blockage were not allowed to offload.they said they preferred it spoilt.....abeg me am watching o

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  23. This is the kind of news I like. Their wicked plans backfired on their head. Please oh they should continue the strike. We daily make this a prayer point but seeing one example is surreal. I like!

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  24. Instead of tomatoes, we will use tin tomatoes, beans to the rescue. Una never see anything for north. Keep your cows. Fish is healthier. Live chicken is healthy and we will eat eggs. If not for politics, what can they boast of. Selfish northern leaders that impoverished its people. That’s why the people have now come against them. Aren’t u the ones that allowed Biko haram to thrive. U ain’t seen anything . Your doom is still coming.

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  25. IMHO,
    after they lift their blockade, then we start our own and send them back ourselves.
    NONSENSE

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