Shop, eat Nigerian products to drop dollar below 1000 – Reno Omokri

 A sociopolitical analyst, Reno Omokri on Monday highlighted 26 ways Nigerians can make the dollar drop below N1000.


Omokri said Nigerians should find a made-in-Nigeria alternative to foreign goods.


Posting on X, he charged Nigerians to buy Akamu in place of Custard, beans in place of foreign rice, Dangote spaghetti in place of Italian pasta, among others.


According to Omokri: “If you want the Dollar to fall below ₦1000 to $1, all you have to do is find a made-in-Nigeria alternative for those foreign goods and services you use regularly. Nigeria produces everything from A to Z:


“I have listed at least one product from A to Z that you can use over a foreign product. The fate of the Naira is in our hands, that is why I ask you to join me as I wear my made-in-Nigeria Agbada and cap to match.”


Akamu for breakfast instead of imported custard

Beans for lunch rather than foreign rice

Cornflakes from Nasco, not Kellogg’s

Dangote spaghetti, not Italian pasta

Eggs from Obasanjo farms not from abroad

Fan yoghurt, not imported yoghurt

Glo instead of foreign telcos

Honey from Ore, not from Shoprite

Nord, not Honda or Toyota

Juice from Chivita, not America

Kpomo in your soup, not foreign fish

Lace from Kaduba, not from Switzerland

Mango from Adamawa, over imported apples

Noodles from Dangote, not Indonesia

Oranges from Benue, rather than Israel

Purses from Kano, not France

Quail from Kebbi, not from England

Radio Nigeria, over Radio France Internationale

Shoes and slippers from Kano, not Italy and Spain

Tea from Mambilla Plateau, not China

Umbrella from Abakaliki, over those from India

Vans from PAN rather than Asia

Wine from palm wine, not from Palma, Spain

X-rays at UCH Ibadan, not in Europe

Yams from Oyo, instead of imported potatoes

Zobo over imported flavoured drinks

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