Traders in Kano are lamenting over their loss as a bag of onions they could have sold in southern Nigeria for N35,000 crashes to N7,000 in the Northern Nigeria.
In a short clip shared by @daily_trust, it showed the farmers and marketers at the Gun-Dutse onion market, Dawakin Kudu Local government Area of Kano State, lamenting the effect of the ongoing strike embarked upon by the sellers of cows and foodstuffs.
Recall that trucks loaded with food stuff heading to the Southern part of Nigeria were ordered to go back at Kara Jebba, the last village between Niger state and Kwara state, to stop them from bringing foodstuff to the South.
This strike is a reprisal attempt that was given by the national leadership of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) to the Federal Government which wanted complete compensation for the huge losses suffered by Northern traders in the recent mayhem that took place in Shasha market in Ibadan, Oyo State.
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Police Confirms Death Of An Abuja Based Pastor, Who Died Inside His Church
The Nigerian Police Force, Abuja Command have confirmed the death of a popular Abuja based pastor, who was found dead inside his church.
The Pastor identified as Emeka Evans Unaegbu, was said to have been conducting a lone vigil before he probably slumped and was found lying on the floor and could barely breath when neighbors found him.
According to the Sun Newspapers, the neighbors had rushed him to the hospital where he was confirmed dead. The Police while reacting to the news, stated that they are not suspecting any foul play though they claimed that investigation is currently ongoing.
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