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Friday, June 04, 2021

Onion Supply To The South-East Of Nigeria Has Been Suspended

 


35 comments:

  1. Bunch of jokers. Your kinsmen have been killing you people like goats since, you didn't stop farming. It's now you want to stop supply

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    1. If it will help in bringing peace, East can survive without Onions.

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    2. We will survive without it. Just cook those things that won't require onions, They will lose money and we adjust our taste, chikina.

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    3. "we will survive without it"? Really? When did onion become a thing that one should worry their heads and thoughts over? Yabasi kwa? "ndi Igbo will survive without it"? Is that a thing at all? What's our business with onion? Hiaa!

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    4. This country has to be restructured into regions, such that there is decentralisation of governance from the center. That way each region will develop and be more self reliant. Of course there would be growing pains, but in the long run, more developed regions will lead to a better country. This is the kind of. restructuring that would be helpful.

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  2. hmmmmm they have started again o..........

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  3. Na dem go lose. They lost money on tomotoes sometimes go.

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  4. Not a good business decision in my opinion. Las las, it will still come in through smuggling by northerners.

    Who is going to monitor trucks meant for other places that divert to South East? National borders are porous how much more state boarders.

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  5. Na dem go lose. They lost money on tomotoes sometimes ago.

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  6. Propaganda to increase onions price las las Manna go come from heaven.

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  7. Ndi iberibe.com!

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  8. This will make onion cost again. It is well.

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    1. Onions is already cost in the market and even scare.

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  9. What is even the need for onions in our food? This adulterated onions that doesn't have taste again? I can cokk without onions abeg, most of these things are psychological, if you don't put onions you feel something is missing in your food

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  10. Na them sabi, i get plenty onions for house.

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  11. East if u have to import from abroad, pls do. Na dem go beg Las las

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  12. The easterners hijacked trucks of onions n carted them away last week. Peoples investment will be lost cos they now hijack trucks bringing in produce to d region. The safety of the drivers and investments needs to be safe. My order was among the ones hijacked, I had 20 bags, all gone, now I have to refund monies of those retailers I supply to. Its not fair but what can we do?

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    1. Well, if that's the case, that wasn't right.

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    2. What those Street Urchins was wrong and heartless.

      I had Nnamdi Kanu also condemn their actions and promised to pay back those materials looted in full.

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    3. Take it easy with your lies. You guys can say anything to whip up sentiments against SE. Where the trailers where seized don't have names?

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    4. They actually did Baltika. But that shouldn't make them stop their supplies. There is always risks in business. Chaii, I for buy with my sister online oo

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    5. They actually did. At Mbaise in Imo State.

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  13. The last time it became gold, we survived. There is always an alternative. Let them keep their onions.

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  14. They will count loses, all the onions they produce will be wasted if they can't sell all. We will eat our ofe onugbu, ofe nsala, ofe owerri, ofe oha, ofe achara with eba. Because of my husband's health (high cholesterol), we've reduced fry fry, so onions can wait. I will not miss it. Our stew ofe akwu will do. We Igbos don't use onions in our major local dishes, it is a borrowed culture. And I prefer to eat our local dishes as against too much fry fry.

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    1. Rice and vegetable soup or nsala is so good. Very healthy, you don't need onions for them.

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  15. Kid yourselves, there will be onions in lagos and other places apart from the east.

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  16. As if the supply is free. It's a business venture so if you dont supply, it's a lose-lose situation

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  17. Last I remember I don't cook my delicious ofe oungbo with onions, lols, na dem go tire.

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  18. Yeye dey smell. When they stopped tomatoes to the west no be dem come beg and ask for reconciliation?

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  19. what will happen if we don't cook with onions sef?

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