Sallah: Price Of Livestocks Affordable In Kano Markets.

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By Jabiru Hassan, Kano.

The price of livestocks in kano is affordable in kano markets where people buys different types of animals for domestic consumption and annual sacrifice as monitored by our reporter when Daybreak news visited some rural markets.

Similarly, due to the issue of Covid-19 pandemic that retarded everything related to economy in the globe, many citizens have slashed the quantity of the animals that they usually slaughtered during Sallah festivities due to inadequate funds at hands as seen in many markets.

Alhaji Muhammad Danfulani told Daybreak news that ” this year we noticed that many people cannot afford to buy animals for consumptions and annual sacrifice that is the reason we met and reduce the prices of animals across kano state so as to enable people to buy at reasonable price depending on their capacity”. He disclosed.

Furthermore, the price of large ruminants like Camels and cattles started from 80,000-150,000, while rams, sheep’s and goats were sold at 15,000,30,000-100,000 depending on their mode of fattening, where poultries and fowls were sold at 1,500-2,000, ducks and geese sold at 2,500-5,000 respectively.

Daybreak news visited Badume Market, Dambatta, Wudil and Dawanau open markets where livestocks sales is ongoing accross the state, where most of the buyers disclosed that this years Sallah festivities would be celebrated in a very low key gatherings when the governments restricted the movements due to Covid-19.

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