Nigerians Get Ready For: ₦200 per litre fuel ₦50k for 1 bag of rice- Reno Omokri
By Johnniepen | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 4326 views
It's no longer news that prices of food items have skyrocketed in many parts of Nigeria in the last one year. This increase is largely as result of COVID-19 and insecurity.
Recently Reno Omokri made a post on Twitter telling Nigerians to get ready for increase in several things .The Former aide to ex-President Goodluck mentioned that there will be an increase in several things and called on God to save Nigerians.
According to him, there will be an increase in rice, fuel, airfare, electric tariff, exchange rate and more. Check out the tweet below.
However, a lot of people have reacted to Reno Omokri's post which states that there will be an increase in fuel, rice etc. Below here are mixed reactions from people.
Do you think a bag of rice may be sold for N50,000? Do you think fuel may increase to N200 per liter?
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