Buy your bags of rice in a lower price of #7,500 and groundnut oil for #5,000 - Machu

Friday, 5 January 2018
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City: Machu, Nassarawa
Offer type: Sell

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Contact name Abubakar
Phone 09036812593

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BUY YOUR BAGS OF RICE IN A LOWER PRICE OF #7,500 AND
GROUNDNUT OIL FOR #5,000 CALL OR WhatsApp THE
MARKETING DEPARTMENT ON
09036812593) FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PURCHASE.
Royal umbrella=7,500 Mama Gold=7,500 Royal stallion=7,500
Otunba=7,500 Rising sun=7,500 Special rice=7,500 Mama
Africa=7,500 Royal crown=7,500 Ade Brazil=7,500 Elephant
Gold=7,500 Super eagle=7,500 PJS=7,500 Tomato rice=7,500
Caprice =7,500 GINO OIL= #5,000 TURKEY OIL= #5,000 WE
DELIVER TO ANY STATE IN NIGERIA 1BAG OR 1 OIL IS #1000
NAIRA FOR DELIVERY THANK.U.. PLEASE CALL OR WhatsApp ON 09036812593 for purchase. ORDER
MINIMUM OF 20 BAGS AND ABOVE. We make DELIVERY to
ALL the 36 STATES IN NIGERIA...DELIVERY CHARGES MUST
BE MADE BEFORE DELIVERY TAKE PALCE...THANKS FOR Your Patronage..
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