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Tribute: Time when Rice was N3,500, Petrol N65, RIP Umaru M Yar’adua

Nigerians cannot forget in a hurry the good governance of late Umaru Musa Yar’adua.

It was indeed a time to remember, the good moment we have lost to the current leadership.

A Nigerian twitter user draws our attention to the unforgettable Tenure of the Nigerian late Mrs, Umaru Musa Yar’adua. MAbba said Nigerians should continue praying for the late president to rest in peace.


Petrol N65

Diesel N112

Rice N3,500

Cement N750

Fertilizer N2,500

Bag of Sugar N7,000

Bag of Flour N6,050

May the Soul of the best President Nigeria Ever Had continue to rest with Almighty Allah, God. Amen

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