Current Price of Cement In Nigeria

Price of Cement In Nigeria – The word “cement” comes from an old Roman word used to describe masonry resembling modern concrete. This concrete was made from crushed rock with burnt lime as binder.

The volcanic ash and pulverized brick supplements that were added to the burnt lime to obtain a hydraulic binder were later referred to as cementum, cimentum, cäment, and cement. In modern times, organic polymers are sometimes used as cement in concrete.

Cement is simply a sticky substance used in buildings. It is that substance that helps materials like sand and gravel stick together. When cement mixes with fine sand, it makes mortar for building walls. If you mix it with sand and gravel, it produces concrete, which is used a lot in construction.

As builders deal with changes in the market and money problems, it’s really important to know the current cement prices.

Here’s a breakdown of the retail and wholesale prices for popular cement brands:

Retail Prices (per 50kg bag):

Brand Retail Price (per 50kg bag)
Dangote Cement ₦9,900 – ₦10,500
Lafarge Cement ₦9,100 – ₦10,500
BUA Cement ₦9,900 – 10,500
Elephant Cement ₦9,200 – ₦10,500
Ashaka Cement ₦9,900 – ₦10,500

Wholesale Prices (per 50kg bag):

Brand Wholesale Price (per 50kg bag)
Dangote Cement ₦8,000 – ₦11,300
Lafarge Cement ₦8,000 – ₦10,440
BUA Cement ₦8,000 – ₦11,000
Elephant Cement ₦8,000 – ₦10,400
Ashaka Cement ₦8,000 – ₦11,000

 

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Wholesale Cement Prices (Trailer) in Nigeria Today

Cement Brands Prices (per trailer load)
Dangote Cement ₦4,800,000
Lafarge Cement ₦4,240,000
BUA Cement ₦4,120,000
Elephant Cement ₦4,240,000
Ashaka Cement ₦4,240,000

Price of Cement in Nigeria By States and FCT Today.

State Price Range Size (kg)
Abia ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Adamawa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Akwa Ibom ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Anambra ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Bauchi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Bayelsa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Benue ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Borno ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Cross River ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Delta ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ebonyi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Edo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ekiti ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Enugu ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Gombe ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Imo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Jigawa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kaduna ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kano ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Katsina ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kebbi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kogi ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Kwara ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Lagos ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Nasarawa ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Niger ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ogun ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Ondo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Osun ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Oyo ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Plateau ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Rivers ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Sokoto ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Taraba ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Yobe ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Zamfara ₦8,500 – ₦10,000 50kg
Abuja ₦8,500 – ₦15,000 50kg

CONCLUSION

Cement plays a vital role in Nigeria’s building/ construction sector, determining the strength and stability of buildings. This comprehensive overview provides insights for stakeholders and workers in the construction and building industry across Nigeria.

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