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Prices of tomatoes, pepper skyrocket in Enugu

The prices of tomatoes and pepper have increased considerably in major markets in Enugu metropolis, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
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Prices of tomatoes, pepper drops in Enugu

A market survey conducted by NAN on Saturday revealed that prices of both tomatoes and pepper had reduced when compared to what their prices were some months ago.

In Enugu, price of rice remains stable

A market survey conducted by NAN on Saturday revealed that prices of both local and foreign rice had neither increased nor reduced when compared to what their prices were some months ago.

Prices of garri crash in Enugu markets

A market survey by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in some major markets in Enugu metropolis on Saturday revealed that the prices of the white and red garri nosedived by about 36 per cent.

Enugu residents to have blissful Christmas as foodstuff prices drop

Barely one week to Christmas festivities, prices of foodstuff, especially local rice, have decreased considerably in some markets in Enugu State.

Price of garri drops by 60% in Enugu

Price of garri, a staple in the country, has dropped by more than 60 percent in Enugu within four months.

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