As we are all aware there have been an ongoing protest in the nation as regards putting a stop to the brutality and illegal activities which the Special Anti Robbery Squad of Nigeria (SARS) operative system.
More so, as the protest is on, there had been numerous things that had been so much happenings that no one noticed and Nigerians are already complaining about them.
Many claimed the recent happenings are to distract the youth which are protesting.
Quite obvious that the protests is still very active but do you know the prices of food items in the market now?
However, forget ENDSARS Protest, and see what no one noticed about the price of a sachet tomato paste.
The article will reveal the full details we all fail to notice below:
Tomato Pastes are prepared from the pulp hand picked juicy ripe tomatoes. They are free from skin and seeds, and they add the delicious tang of tomato to your soup, making it thick rich and appetizing.
People uses tomato pastes can be used in soups, stews, sauces, or any other dish where the tomato flavor is desired, without the texture.
The commodity, Tomato Paste were formally sold at the price of N50 per a sachet but recently, the price have been doubled.
This means a sachet of tomato is now currently sold at the rate of N100 or N120 in some places.
Below is also more pictures of the paste:
Many families across the nation are now crying bitterly as regards the sudden increment in the price of the commodity as their income is still constant.
It is quite obvious that most family will be unable to afford the commodity if the price remain constant.
We are however begging the Nigeria government to also take a look at the prices of food items as well.
What do you think?
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