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PHOTOS: Lagos residents in last-minute rush for Sallah rams

PHOTOS: Lagos residents in last-minute rush for Sallah rams
August 20
13:54 2018
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Every year, Muslim faithful troop to the markets to buy rams to celebrate Eid-el-Kabir.

It’s one of the festivals celebrated by Muslims all over the world.

When TheCable visited two major markets in Lagos – Ijora Olopka and Wasai Orile ram market – traders were seen making brisk business.

Some of the buyers lamented the hike in price of rams compared to 2017 but one of the traders, Mustapha Sule, attributed the high price to the crises in the north-east.

Below are some pictures from the market:

N65,000 in 2017, N85,000 in 2018

A cow worth N220,000 at Ijora market. Last year, it sold N180,000.

A boy selling rope for rams

Abubakar Nakakawith his rams at Orile

Goats if you can’t afford ram

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NOTE: The black market rates represent the most prevalent. They could be slightly higher or lower among different sellers.
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KANO359476420
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