The goal of every business man is to sell as much of his goods as possible. That was the case of Ram sellers in Kugbo Market who were overjoyed by what they call one of the best sallah sales they ever experienced. This was made public by the Market Chairman
T he Chairman of the market, Mr Lawal Abdullahi, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that the sellers had made more sales compared to same time last year.
The chairman said that due to the perceived hardship of the economy recently. They feared of low patronage in ram sales but they were very surprised by what they experienced.
Abdullahi said that a ram could go for as low as N25,000 and N30,000 and as high as N250,000 depending on size. “Patronage has been impressive. In fact, we are recording more sales than in 2018.
We were not expecting to make this much sale because of complaint from people that there is no money. “Buyers go for the ones they can afford,” he said.
Alhaji. Fatai Usman , a ram buyer at the market, told NAN that he was bargaining to get good price. According to him, the ram he bought for N70, 000 last year is going for more than N80, 000, adding that he hoped to get a good bargain. “I came to buy ram for Sallah.
Last year, I bought a sizable ram for N70,000. So I expect to get same price or even lower this time.” In some other ram markets in Dutse and Kubwa in the FCT, the ram sellers were complaining of low patronage due to economic hardship.
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