Use Sacks To Grow Tomatoes — Doyin Okupe Advises Nigerians Complaining About Cost Of Tomatoes

A former presidential spokesperson of the Labour Party, Doyin Okupe has advised Nigerians complaining about the cost of tomatoes on what to do.

The skyrocketing prices of vegetables have sparked concerns amongst Nigerians, as many find it challenging to consume it.

Reacting to the public concerns, Okupe via the microblogging platform X formerly Twitter advised Nigerians to grow a tomatoes at home, adding that it was easy and inexpensive.

He wrote: “A medium size basket of tomatoes (Containing between 60 to 80 fruit) cost about N45k in the market today. Use sacks to grow Tomatoes at home, easy and inexpensive.”

Meanwhile, the Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Senator Abubakar Kyari, recently disclosed that the hike in the price of tomatoes is due to an infestation known as Tomato Ebola, which reduced its availability.

Kyari added that the ministry has outlined plans to combat the issue, which include deploying agricultural experts to affected areas to control and eliminate the infestation and support farmers with resources and guidance to recover their crops quickly…..See More 

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