‘Iced water’ returns as bag of sachet water hits all time high

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Amidst the country’s inflation, Nigerians return to the old ways of selling drinkable water in nylons called ‘iced water’ as sachet water sells for as high as 50 naira per one.

As Nigeria faces severe financial hardship, countrymen have since been adjusting to low-spending mode as different approaches seem to be surfacing day after day.

Sachet water, a.k.a Pure Water

The latest is the old way of selling water in nylons as seen in a trending video, capturing a woman selling iced water for two for 50 naira.

It is worth noting that a bag of sachet water sells for as high as 400 naira per bag and instead of 20 pieces, some manufacturers have reduced the quantity to 16 per bag.

Woman seen selling iced water

The video of the iced water seller has since generated a wave of reactions from social media users who applauded the move, while others condemned it.

Reactions trailing woman selling iced water amidst high cost of sachet water

Eneida Balkisu Musa said: “And the funniest part is that, this Ice water has been existing in Sokoto State before the hike In sachet water. “It’s not new to us.”

Amanda Juliet Uchechukwu said: “I just thought of this thing yesterday I said this one pure water is been old for 50 per one, iced water will soon comeback to the market.”

O.J. Olaoluwafamiwoleogo said: “I pray this government finds a lasting solution to this unbearable hardship before we start eating from dumpsites.”

Ewuzie Ifeanyi said: “The problem is we adapt to nonsense and stress. Pain is inevitable but suffering is a choice.”

Amaka Val said: “I remember those days! I hawked it and cow milk ice cream back in the days. I’m glad we are no longer where we use to be. Nothing last forever.”

Igbotic Mogan said: “I could remember back in those days I hulk ice water in the street of Benue state.”

Watch the video below …

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