Grains Prices (₦)
Commodity Bag (100kg) Bag (50kg)
Kilogram
Previous Current Variation
Rice 44,000 24,000 650 750 100
Garri 16,000 8,500 300 350 50
White Beans 25,000 11,500 400 450 50
Soya Beans 23,000 12,500 450 700  150
Guinea Corn 14,500 8,000 250 220  30
Grains Prices (₦)
Commodity Bag (100 kg) Bag (50 kg)
Kilogram
Previous Current Variation
Maize 28,000 14,000 500 700 200
Wheat 13,000 7000 600 550 50
Melon Seed 67,000 35,000 750 600 150
Millet 14,000 8,500 600 650  50
Sorghum 20,000 11,000 450 550  100
Fruits Prices | Kilogram (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Orange(PB) 500 700 200
Water Melon 500 900 400  
Pine Apple 450 650 250  
Banana Bunch 500 1000 500 
Avocado (PB) 800 1200 600 
Apple 200 150 50
Vegetable Prices | Kilogram (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Tomatoes Basket 13000 16000 3000
Onions (Basket) 2000 6500 4500
Green Peppper 1500 1700 200
Carrot 1400 1200 200
Cucumber(RB) 500 300 200
Tubbers Prices | Kilogram (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Groundnut 350 400 50  
Carrot 420 575 155  
Cassava 2400 2500 100
Ginger 2900 3000 100
Onion 2500 4000 1500
Metals Prices | (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Gold 24 Karat 14940.18 14,217.71 722.47  
Diamond/ Carat 2,109,056 2,118,100 9,044  
Iron Ore/Metric Ton 25,278.34 25,305.91 27.57
Silver/Ounce 5,000 5,442.44 442.44
Platinum/Gram 11400.54 10,572.55 827.99
Nuts/Others Prices | Kilogram (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Bitter Kola 2500 3500 1000
Shea butter 3500 4500 1000
Kola Nuts 2500 3500 1000
Plantain (Bunch) 1400 1200 200
Cashew Nuts 2500 3000 500
Tubbers Prices (Contd.) | (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
White Yam 600 1000 400  
Sweet Potatoes 600 800 200  
Irish Potatoes(SB) 1100 1800 700
Irish Potatoes(MB) 1800 2400 100
Irish Potatoes(LB) 3000 4800 2200
Live Stocks Prices | Kilogram (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Cattle 130,000 100,000 30,000
Sheep 25,000 30,000 5,000  
Goat 16,000 14,000 2,000 
Chicken 1,500 2,000 500 
Pig 40,000 35,000 5,000
Others | (₦)
Commodity Previous Current Variation
Crate of Eggs 1300 1500 200
Palm Oil (25 Litres) 10,500 12,500 2000  
Rubber 2,109,056 2,118,100 9,044  
Coffee 25,278.34 25,305.91 27.57
Sugar Cane 11400.54 10,572.55 827.99
Prices/Rates (%) (₦)
Rates Previous Current Variation
Inflation 12.88% 18.17 5.29%
PMS Price (Petrol) (₦) 168 162 6
Diesel Price (₦) 210 224.43 14.43 
Dollar ($) to Naira (₦) 464 480 16  
Chinese Yuan (¥) to Naira (₦) 55 60 5


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