Lagos Govt Begins Sale of Rice, Vegetable Oil ahead of Yuletide Season, See Prices
Ahead of the yuletide season, the Lagos state government has commenced the sale of rice and vegetable oil to residents The rice sold at N24,000 for 50kg is available at LAISA’s head office at Agriculture Development Authority, Old Oko-Oba Road, Agege
The Lagos State Agric Input Supply Authority (LAISA) has announced the commencement of the sale of rice and vegetable oil ahead of the yuletide season.
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LAISA’s general manager, Bolaji Balogun, made the announcement in a statement released by the agency on Wednesday, November 10. Lagos state government announces the commencement of the sale of rice and vegetable oil ahead of the yuletide season. Photo credit: Lagos State Agric-Input Supply Authority Source: Facebook Balogun explained that the move is to reduce the stress associated with end-of-the-year shopping for food items in the nation’s commercial capital.
He said adequate provision has been made by the agency to ensure the availability of rice and vegetable oil for sale to citizens in preparation for the yuletide season.
Lagosians urged to start shopping early Meanwhile, the GM of LAISA also implored Lagosians to start shopping early so as to avoid the December rush. He said LAISA is committed to ensuring the availability of food items throughout the year, stressing that the agency will continue to supply farmers in Lagos state with high-quality agricultural inputs and products at affordable prices.
Balogun said the agency has established eight farm centres in different parts of Lagos in a bid to give farmers easy access to quality agricultural inputs and products at affordable prices.
Where rice and vegetable oil can be purchased The general manager of LAISA said rice and vegetable oil can be purchased at the agency’s head office at Agriculture Development Authority, Old Oko-Oba Road, Agege, at N24,000 for 50kg. READ ALSO JAMB remits N3.51b as 2021 operating surplus to National Treasury He urged persons interested to call the following numbers: 08033339321, 08035386226 and 08033026494.
Balogun reiterated the commitment of the agency to sustaining the provision of food for citizens of the state, assuring that the agency will continue to support farmers to boost food production.