UNILAG Student Buys Rice at Massive Discount of N10k from Customs, Shares Experience with Soldier

UNILAG Student Buys Rice at Massive Discount of N10k from Customs, Shares Experience with Soldier

  • A student from the University of Lagos revealed how she bought half a bag of rice for only N10,000 at the Customs office
  • She said her friends had encouraged her to try this bargain deal, which seemed too good to be true
  • In the video, she displayed the rice she had managed to get, while stressing that filming was prohibited at the office

A brave student from the prestigious University of Lagos exposed a secret deal that allowed her to buy half a bag of rice for a mere N10,000 at the Customs office in a TikTok video.

In the TikTok clip, she noted that she was motivated by her adventurous friends, who convinced her to take the risk and join them in this incredible bargain.

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The photo showed the lady as well as the customs rice.
UNILAG lady opens up about how she was able to get rice at a discount from the Customs office. Photo credit: @sisi_remi/TikTok
Source: TikTok

In the video shared by @sisi_remi, she proudly showed off the rice she had successfully obtained while explaining that filming at the Customs office had a strict ban and that armed soldiers were constantly patrolling and looking out for any violators of this rule.

Customs rice should go round

Legit.ng spoke briefly with a young lady, Walida Salis, a student at Nasarawa State University, who said every state should also benefit from such an initiative.

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She told Legit.ng:

"Those that are able to get the rice, I believe it would benefit them for weeks. This is something that every state, particularly students, should benefit from as it will help us reduce hunger and starvation within the campus."

Watch the video below:

Nigeria Customs begins sale of cheap rice

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) announced that rice and other food commodities will be sold to the general public in Lagos and other regions of the country starting Friday, February 23, 2024.

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The sales will be conducted at the Service's Zone 'A' Headquarters on Harvey Road in Yaba. Comptroller-General Adewale Adeniyi said a 25kg bag would be sold to vulnerable Nigerians for N10,000.

Lady shares location to get rice

In another related story, Legit.ng reported that after the Nigeria Customs Service announcement of the kick-off of the sales of seized food items, a baker shared a location for interested people residing in Lagos.

Customs had earlier informed Nigerians of their plan to alleviate food scarcity via this initiative and directed interested folks to provide a valid means of identification to participate.

In a tweet on X, the baker said anyone staying around Bariga, Onike, Iwaya, Yaba and UNILAG should head to the Customs office to benefit from the initiative.

Source: Legit.ng

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