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Video: This fish is so expensive, the price will shock you

September 8, 20233 min read

  • A man who sells fish displayed a large black snapper that he claims goes for N8.5 million per one
  • The man was seen in a video holding up the fish while some customers lined up to patronise him
  • Some Twitter users who saw the video doubted that such a fish would cost as much as N8.5 million

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A fish seller displayed a large black snapper fish in a video and said one of them cost as much as N8.5 million.

The man’s video has generated reactions after it was posted on Twitter by Oyindamola Dammie.

Businessman displays black snapper fish.
The man claimed the snapper fish cost N8.5 million. Photo credit: Twitter/@dammiedammie35.

Source: Twitter

In the video, the man was seen in his shop, and there were many black snapper fish on the chopping table.

It looks like the businessman operates a cold room as the fish look fresh and oozed with ice.

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Man who sells black snapper fish in Nigeria claims it costs N8.5m

He lifted one of the black snapper fishes and held it up, telling people the price, claiming it cost N8.5 million.

There were many customers who lined up to patronise him, but it is not clear if the price he said was the truth. Twitter users cast doubts on the price.

A check online shows that red snapper, another fish, cost N4,400 per kilogram in Lagos and N4,00 in Abuja.

Watch the video below:

Reactions from Twitter users as man claims fish is N8.5 million

@chrisishiguzo said:

“Make God bless us all with such customers.”

@Timmydennyd said:

“Money for person car em dem wan use chop fish.”

@Oladapomikky1 said”:

“No mind that guy. I sabi him shop. Na pure marketing strategy.”

@Tee_Classiquem1 said:

“People are eating 8.5M fish in a country where almost 50% of the population is struggling to eat twice in a day.”

@Aqualady6666 reacted:

“It’s all a marketing strategy. The hyped-up price is exactly why he’s famous now and it’s working for him. It’s very obvious that’s not the actual price.”

University graduate becomes a fish farmer

Meanwhile, reported that a man who is a graduate started a fish farm, and he became successful.

He posted photos online after he made a huge harvest, and people praised him for his dedication to the business.

He said fish farming is a lucrative business but noted that it is capital-intensive


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Precious Etim

My name is Precious Etim. I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better.

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