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Latest Retail Update, Wholesale Prices of Cement in Nigeria Today, 21th March 2024

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Latest Retail Update, Wholesale Prices of Cement in Nigeria Today, 21th March 2024 

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With the Nigerian economic crisis, people are desperate to know the current price of things today, and in this report on Nigerian cement prices, we will give you full details that will enlighten you on the prices of cement.

We’ll discuss cement’s current retail and wholesale prices in this article to help provide you with an idea of the market trends. Due to the direct effect these prices have on construction costs and project planning, consumers, builders, and businesses all must try to know these prices. So let’s get started with the most recent data to keep you updated on the state of the Nigerian cement industry’s economy right now.

Latest Prices of Cement in Nigeria Today, 21th March 2024:

As of today, you should know that they are a little cheaper than they were previously, and thankfully construction can resume again, as a lot of people had to pause their projects due to the increase in Cement prices, without further Ado, I’m going to give you a total cost breakdown of cement according to their various brands, sizes and locations with their estimated prices.

Retail Prices (per 50kg bag):

Below are the Retail prices of different brands of cement per 50kg

Brand                                   Retail Price (per 50kg bag)

  • Dangote Cement – ₦9,900 – ₦10,500
  • Lafarge Cement – ₦9,100 – ₦10,500
  • BUA Cement – ₦9,900 – 10,500
  • Elephant Cement – ₦9,200 – ₦10,500
  • Ashaka Cement – ₦9,900 – ₦10,500

The Wholesale Prices (per 50kg bag):

Below are the wholesale prices of different brands per 50kg

Brand                     Wholesale Price (per 50kg bag)

  • Dangote Cement – ₦8,000 – ₦11,300
  • Lafarge Cement – ₦8,000 – ₦10,440
  • BUA Cement – ₦8,000 – ₦11,000
  • Elephant Cement – ₦8,000 – ₦10,400
  • Ashaka Cement – ₦8,000 – ₦11,000

 

Wholesale Cement Prices (Trailer) in Nigeria As Of 21th March 2024

It is no news that buying things in bulk saves money rather than in pieces, so if you are interested in buying a full trailer of any brand of cement down below then this is the amount of money you need to have

Cement Brand       Prices (per trailer load)

  • Dangote Cement – ₦4,800,000
  • Lafarge Cement – ₦4,240,000
  • BUA Cement – ₦4,120,000
  • Elephant Cement – ₦4,240,000
  • Ashaka Cement – ₦4,240,000

 

Prices of Cement in Nigeria’s 36 States and FCT As Of 21th March 2024

There is no doubt that things cannot be the exact price in the whole 36 states and FCT, so if you are curious to know the price of Cement in your state then refer to the list down below and know the price of Cement in your State.

You should know that the price varies depending on many factors that affect it like transportation cost (diesel), cost of demand, etc, now here is a look at what the prices are across the 36 states and FCT.

State Price Range Size (kg)
Abia ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Adamawa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Akwa Ibom ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Anambra ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Bauchi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Bayelsa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Benue ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Borno ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Cross River ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Delta ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ebonyi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Edo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ekiti ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Enugu ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Gombe ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Imo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Jigawa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kaduna ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kano ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Katsina ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kebbi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kogi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kwara ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Lagos ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Nasarawa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Niger ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ogun ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ondo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Osun ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Oyo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Plateau ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Rivers ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Sokoto ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Taraba ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Yobe ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Zamfara ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Abuja ₦8,500 – ₦15,000 50kg

Conclusion

The prices won’t remain stagnant, they will either increase or decrease, so now it is at a fair price, get it because it might go back up tomorrow.

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