Muslim faithful’s all over the world are celebrating the Eid-el-Kabir which is the second and the biggest festival season in Islam, rams used for the feast have become very expensive to purchase.
Eid-el-Kabir is a season that calls on Muslims re-dedication to the cause of mankind, to appreciate the gift of life and to imbibe the virtues of Islam.
In the Islam calendar, Eid-el-Kabir commemorates the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to Allah’s command.
Livestock such as goats, cows and rams are animals used by Muslims during the Eid-el-Kabir
In Lagos today, there are a popular markets where Muslim faithfuls visit to purchase rams for this festivals.
Below are few of such rams markets located in Lagos.
Rams Market In Lagos
One of the major markets where good rams are bought for the feast of sacrifice in Lagos state, is the Kara livestock market located along Berger, the Lagos-Ibadan Motorway.
The market is a very popular one not for buying pepper or foodstuff, but for buying livestock.
So if you have been buying rams and you have not visited Kara market, make sure you do so, you will get rams for as low as ₦80,000 and as high as ₦500,000
Oluwaga ram market located in Ipaja, Lagos state, is another major rams market where a small ram sells for about ₦80,000 to ₦100,000.
The medium sized and big sized rams sell for ₦120,000 to ₦180,000, and ₦250,000 to ₦350,000 respectively at Oluwaga market.
While, at the Abesan ram market, small rams sell from ₦65,000 to ₦80,000, while medium and small size sells for ₦150,000 to ₦180,000 and ₦250,000 to ₦300,000.
There are other rams market such as the Ijora Olopa rams located at Ijora and the Wasai rams market located at Orile in Lagos.