Kano Traders Express Disappointment Over Low Sales During Ramadan

As Ramadan begins, traders in Kano are facing tough times with fewer customers coming to their shops. They say that people aren’t buying as much as they used to, and it’s making business slow.

Malam Tanko Idris, who sells food items, explained that this year’s sales are lower than before. Usually, during Ramadan, prices go up a bit because more people are buying things, but this year it’s different.

Saminu Dauda, who sells perishable goods, also feels the pinch. He thinks the country’s tough economic situation is making things harder for traders.

Sani Ali, a vegetable seller, said he’s noticed a strange change this year. Normally, when Ramadan is coming, more people are shopping, but now they say they don’t have enough money.

Nura Baba, a customer, is feeling the impact too. He’s upset about the high prices of basic items like rice, millet, flour, and sugar. With prices so high, he’s worried about how he’ll manage during Ramadan.

He’s asking the traders to think about the spirit of Ramadan and lower their prices. It’s a tough time for everyone, and a little help from the traders would go a long way. (Adapted from NAN)

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