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Monday, August 30, 2021

Cooking Gas Price In Nigeria Jumps By 100%

 Hmmm... firewood to the rescue? Are you affected by this Increase?





63 comments:

  1. What Lifeless and his filthy clan are doing is very tactical. They want to impoverish the masses to the point that when you wake up in the morning, na only how to hustle for food go dey your mind. You will never have time to think about their inadequacies and inherent incompetence.

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    1. Honestly ehnn...it will never be well with them

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    2. This APC government has finished Nigerians!!!

      When they were busy shouting change change change, we warned Nigerians but they wouldn't listen.
      Just look at how they messed up the whole country . Bag of rice that you met at 8k is 30k and 27k local rice. And you're still deceiving yourselves that you grow rice and agriculture 😱?? Beans that you met a cup for 50 naira is now 140 a cup?? Do we talk of yam? fish? Ordinary noodles? Let's not even talk of fuel that you met at 87 naira!! If you can't make things better for the masses, the least you could have done is to leave them the way you met them naa!! Killing and kidnapping 😭😭😭?? Now... Cooking gas?? Hei God!!! And one unfortunate, Idiotic, demented soulless goat would still be opening mouth to defend this present regime?? May God punish Bokohari and his cohorts. Amen!!!

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  2. I got 12.5kg yesterday for 6k. Naija!

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  3. I'm affected oooo.. We don dey use charcoal jejely. Wetin person go do

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  4. I bought 600/kg yesterday when my gas finished very late while food was being prepared😩, am I the only one whose gas only gets finished always late when you have zero or little chance to refill because every outlet might be closed🤦🏾‍♂️

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    1. Get a second cylinder Mr illiterate, you be graduate, see wetin u de type

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    2. Haba Anonymous.. Hiding under Anonymous to speak evil and vile words, God is observing you.

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    3. Keep hiding under anonymous and abusing people, you go bust yaself one day.

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    4. Get a small cylinder for reservations for a situation like this.

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    5. Abi a small stove,to get kerosene no go hard like gas.

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  5. What is happening in this country please? This is becoming unbearable. God abeg o

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  6. Stella Charcoal to the rescue ooo...NO SMOKE, COOK FASTER AND IT'S CHEAPER! I CAN'T COME AND KEE MYSELF! 🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂

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    1. Pls which one is charcoal. Is it in a stove form?

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    2. Yes o, I'm team charcoal now. Problem wey get solution

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  7. Since I witnessed gas fire on a hotel manager during my internship as a doctor (that guy died in horrible pains), I cook with kerosene. Yes, more peace.
    Gas fire will light up your lungs, you will just be inhaling fire.
    Let me ask you a question; does your state/LGA have a functioning fire service? Do you know their number; stored in your phone (if you have credit and they have water and the
    roads are accessible to them)? A lot
    of factors mitigate against getting an active fire put out in Nigeria.
    I know of situations where fire service arrived 2 hours after the fire and with the anger of loses, the residents descended on the firemen and
    beat them and burnt their vehicles.
    The firemen had to buy water before responding to the call.
    We in Africa tend to imitate the whites in everything without considering our level of infrastructural development. What a pity.

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    1. Have you ever witnessed a motor accident?
      Do you use still use vehicles as a means of transportation??

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    2. Yes, Miss Aboki. I have also treated accident victims. But I drive myself, sober and not drunk. I keep my car in order and so on. Above all, I depend on God. But the issue is gas leaks and fires that you do not have the infrastructure to tackle. It is just like when people spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy cars in Nigeria. You do not have the roads to drive them. You cannot keep to the maintenance schedule due to lack of parts and certified technicians to do that. But what is car to human life?

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    3. You think kerosene stobe doesn't explode? Pray not to buy condy kerosene

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    4. I personally know someone that has lost a kid from kerosene stove accident, with another being badly burnt.
      I also know someone that has been burnt by kerosene lantern fire. So what are you even on about

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    5. If you have worked in emergency like I did, you will know that there is a difference between kerosene fire and gas fire.
      Kerosene will only burn your skin, but you see gas, you will inhale the fire lit air and it will burn your lungs. It is
      almost untreatable unlike kerosene fire.

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    6. Just buy gas leak detector. It is a device that goes off when there is a gas leak in the kitchen . It is readily available. You can also use fibre cylinders

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  8. Selling for 6,500 in my area. I bought it last week

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  9. Hmmm, making life harder for the citizens, I wish 'WE' could revolt against this tyrany

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    1. Those who supported him them should go and revolt. Those who didnt support way back have been revolting since and told to jump into lagoon .

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  10. I filled my cylinder on sat @3500 for 6kg. Something that was just a thousand plus,ever since this guy came in,each time you go to fill up,you are welcomed with a new price.
    What's more?semolina 10kg i bought over the weekend is now 4800# I don't even want to remember the rest.
    Buhari and all that supports his govt,e no fit better for una.

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  12. As a single person you can't go to the market with less than 50k,you'll end up buying nothing! This leaves me wondering how those with families are coping.
    2months ago i bought half bag of rice @14k,and you say minimum wage is how much?
    What a tufiakwa govt.

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  13. Honestly Stella is becoming unbearable,l filled mine #6500 last week
    Which way Nigeria?

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  14. Everything is expensive in this country,I use kerosene .

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  15. Omo. The way I manage my gas ehn, I use it only when there's no light, my hot plate to the rescue. I bought it for just 8k, it's very fast and doesnt shock.

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    1. What's the name pls

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    2. Lol.. I'm so scared of hotplate, e dey shock unexpectedly.

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    3. 13:59, it doesnt have a name. I can get it for you if you're interested.

      Blackie, you no fear am reach me but this one no dey shock. Sometimes I rush out of the bathroom while bathing to check what's in fire and nothing happens. It has a glass top

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    4. @blackberry, get the one with the glass top,even with wet hands it doesn't shock and its very fast.

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    5. Ms aboki, are Yu on prepaid meter? The thing no de chop light?

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    6. Love Struck I'm on estimated billing

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    7. Pls Miss Aboki I'm interested.
      Abeg how we go take do am

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  16. Hmmm..which way naija.Making everything difficult for the masses.

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  17. I bought the one I am using now last two weeks or so for 1600/3kg
    It hurt because I was broke but I Sha have to eating
    I was paying 1300/3kg before and that was what I was hoping to pay
    This Nigeria eh, may God have mercy

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  18. Charcoal is far better here
    Fire wood is expensive o
    The last one I filled was 530/kg...

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    1. Imagine in 2021 going back to charcoal and firewood. There is nothing wrong with outdoor cooking, but imagine coming off a long day of work and having to go start fire for cooking. Cooking gas should never become a luxury item. This is wrong.

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  19. Hmmmm,How do we d masses complain and be heard? When they don't buy these things hence dey don't know d prices.no price control notting.those hu are to represent us take bribes and turn a blind eye.we are in trouble in dis country.

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  20. Na sawdust era we don dey go back so.....o

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  21. It shall never be well for APC and their supporters.

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  22. Hmmm
    It's unbearable bayi o

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  23. Thank God there's constant power here,my electric cooker is helping.

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  24. Me way bi say na food i dey sell enh my broda and sisita na to change business nia i dey plan

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  25. As in eh... It's really terrible. In my area it's 6,500. Haven't bought for a month now. I virtually use kerosene stove even though kerosene is quite expensive but at least better than gas. I don't have hot plate and besides am using prepaid. It'll sap electricity bill. Na only God wey go help person for this country 😔🤦

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  26. The south have the opportunity to turn southern Nigeria to Dubai if we break up. But selfish governores and representatives/senators dont want to loose allocation for a month. Corruption everywhere. Abeg enjoy your buhari and stop complaining.

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    1. Greed
      No discipline
      Questionable intelligence
      Ignorance
      Myopia are some of their liability mentality

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  27. Wicked leaders. .but can share iPhone as sourvenirs

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  28. I use my hotplate and we have constant light and I don't use prepaid meter. I plan my cooking around the time there's light even if it means me staying up late in the night, store up in coolers to keep it hot and always have hot water In my flask. No be me go pay 6500

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  29. This is too much. Cooking gas is a necessity and should never become a product only for the wealthy to access. This is wrong on every level.

    What about solar stoves, are they available and affordable in Nigeria? May be a business opportunity for an enterprising mind to explore.

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  30. One 1kg is now 600 in my area
    What Buhari and APC led administration cannot do does not exist

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  31. I honestly feel bad when I read stuff like this. How are people coping?!
    Can God please have mercy on Nigeria and Nigerians and deliver us from the evil that has befallen the country. The worst part is that the politicians and laws makers don’t care.
    You think it’s bad today, and the next day you hear worse.

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  32. Please pray intensely for Nigeria daily. Ask God for mercy and forgiveness. It is only Almighty God that can turn things around for us. Our intense, sincere and joint prayers to God the father,son and holy spirit will help our nation. Amen


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