It can be recalled that last year there was a high increase in the price of cement, a bag of cement was sold for almost N4,000 after Pandemic and EndSars protest.
Today, I have outlined a list of the current prices(2021 updated) of cement in Nigeria.
Cement is among one of the fastest moving goods in Nigeria due to it important in building and most cement production companies makes million annually from the sales of cement.
Few months ago, cement was almost sold at the rate of N4000 per bag due to the two weeks Nationwide protest.
Currently, most places in Nigeria you can get a bag of cement at the rate below N4000.
It's is therefore safe to say that on average, the price of cement in Nigeria is N3,400 to N3,600.
What do you think that will be the price of cement in Nigeria in the next two years(2023)? And also tell us the current price of cement in your area in the comments section.
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