- Mary Njoku has sternly warned her fans and people around her not to disturb her life again
- She gave the caution after buying pain relief for almost N8,700, which was way too much for her
- The actress noted that stress is now expensive and begged people to allow her to be so she wouldn't spend too much
- In an exclusive chat with Legit. ng pharmaceutical expert Julius Elujide of Joekem Pharmacy and Chemical Ltd, said the price of medicine has skyrocketed.
Nollywood actress Mary Njoku has lamented how expensive pain relief is now being sold in some parts of Lagos State.
The co-founder of ROK TV channel took to her Instagram page to give her fans and family a serious warning after she bought a pack of medicine for N8700.
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The mother of three, who renewed her wedding vows in a flamboyant way last year, noted that stress is now too expensive, people should not bother her once it is 5 pm so she can rest.
This is not the first time the actress has lamented about how expensive things are in Nigeria. She once complained after paying over 50% increment at a toll gate.
See her post here:
Fans react to Mary Njoku's post
Netizens have reacted to the post made by Mary Njoku after buying pain relief. Here are some of the comments below.
"Still my best plug when I find it hard to sleep."
"Same active agent with some medicine."
" I screamed."
"God epp us o!!! "
"I bought it here yesterday 500 emzor product."
"What of a brand of antibiotics that's now N24,000naira from N3,000naira o."
"Na wa o, alabuku to the rescue I can’t shout abeg."
"We can no longer afford to be stressed. God has done it."
"It's expensive to have headache now."
Julius Elujide says prices of medicine have gone up
In a chat with Legit.ng, Joekem said prices of pharmaceutical products have shot up.
"Most pharmaceutical products' prices are no longer how we used to buy them. Some of them are now ten times the prices they were sold for. For instance, some inhalers which were sold for N1700 are now N18,000. A particular antibiotic which was sold for N5000 is now N24000."
Speaking further, he advised Nigerians not to fall sick. Eating good food, drinking water, sleeping early, and exercising should be given priority.
Mary Njoku says hardship is a universal thing
Legit. ng had earlier reported that Njoku had complained about how hard things are in Nigeria and abroad as she shared her experience with some of her fans.
According to her, ladies had to be careful during Christmas because of men who claimed to be returnees and would fake accents to deceive them.
She stated how she met a man she had turned down many years ago. According to her, the man boasted that he had a big law firm abroad, but when she met him in London, he was working at a barber's shop.
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