Got my gas at expensive price:

Hello everyone and thank God is Friday and that I witness it the price of the gas keeps increasing everyday today it was #635in Nigerian naira at RANO GAS PLANT ZANGO Opposite Aviation College Zango Zaria Kaduna State Northern part of Nigeria and I bought 2.05
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kg which is $3 now people are not buying it cos it expensive but I’m buying cos it efficient for me so I’m not considering the price anyways thank you.
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What was the price of gas (i) one month ago and (ii) one year ago, if you remember?

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It 300 per/kg a year ago and it 500 a month ago in Nigerian naira

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You bought it and it is efficient for you, but, what will you be using it for that it is efficient and you don't worry about the price? I am just curious.

Are the prices around there all about the same? Or is that a good price? Thank you as gas has been a huge concern all over. My gas is way overpriced right now!

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It is efficient cos if I was to use kerosine it would take longer time to cook my food with it but gas burns faster thank you ma.

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