Sunday, 17 June 2018

Scarcity Of Tomatoes , Other Commodities Hit Lagos Markets

As Muslim worshipers completed their 30-day fast, Lagos consumers lamented the shortage of tomatoes and other merchandise in the markets.

The controls show that there was a shortage of tomatoes, peppers and other spices that normally came from the north of the country, even when the price of food went through the roof.

One of the consumers who simply has her name as Ms. Adeniyi who spoke with a correspondent in the Lagos Mile 12 market said: "We normally experience such a shortage of products during the Ramadan period." Businesses are generally boring due to fasting. The merchants are also not motivated to bring the products. "

Meanwhile, Muslims gathered yesterday to thank Almighty Allah for the successful completion of the Ramadan fast. Although the markets were not full of merchants, there were people in some places who enjoyed long vacations in restaurants and shopping centers.

The Vice Chancellor of the State University of Lagos, Prof. Lanre Fagbohun in his special message of Sallah asked for a continuous prayer for peace and sustainable development in LASU, the state of Lagos and Nigeria in general.

"On behalf of the Government Council and the Administration of the University, I wish you and your loved ones a fruitful celebration, may Allah Almighty accept our pleas, forgive our shortcomings and fill our respective homes with joy," he said.

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