Are you planning to build in Nigeria? If yes, you will need to know the price of cement in Nigeria today. Cement is one the most important building materials needed to build houses, roads or bridges.
The price of cement varies according to months, type of cements (brand / colour), location of purchase as well as quantity.
That is, a cost of cement in Lagos will not be the same with the cost of cement in Benin City Nigeria. The difference in the prices now depend on the distance from the factory. Of course, the transporters will make out profit from the transportation.
Also, the price of normal 50KG cement will be different from the price of pop cement in Nigeria as well as the white cement.
We will continue to update this page on monthly basis to give you the best estimate of the price of cement in Nigeria always. See the details below;
Price of cement in nigeria today
- Dangote cement – N2,300,
- Lafarge cement – N2,000,
- Ibeto cement – N2,000,
- Wapco cement – N2,300
- Sokoto cement – N2,000
Recently this year, the Cement Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (CMAN) have raised prices of brands by N600 per bag in factories, including additional N100 cost for haulage. This has increased retail prices from N1,600 to N2,300 depending on location
As at the time of publishing this post, a bag of cement is sold at the rate of N1,600 to N2,300. Like I said ealier price of cement in Nigeria depends on the location. But currently the price has increase from what was sold before. But don’t allow anyone to sell cement to you more N2,400. That will be too exhorbitant.
Invariably, according to The Guardian market research. In locations such as; Egbeda, Igando, Ogba, Agege, Sango, and Ikeja in Lagos area, a bag of cement now sells between N1, 600, N1, 700, N1, 800 and N2, 300 across all brands such as Dangote cement, Lafarge cement, Ibeto cement, Wapco cement and Sokoto cement.
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