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Cost of Living and Inflation in Jos, Plateau: What do you need to know?

five local experts

Here's what five local experts had to say about prices and the cost of living in Jos, Plateau.

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Jos is a cold city and a tourist destination. The food items are very cheap and fruits. Housing is affordable and there is a steady power supply. The good news is security has improved and residents are friendly. There are three major tribes residing there and they consist of Christian and Muslim.

Chinedu, says: 2020

Jos is an extremely cold but beautiful city. Food stuff/items are sold at very cheap rates. Most of the inhabitants are farmers. Cost of living here is also not high, so anybody looking for a beautiful and cozy city/state to settle, Jos, Plateau state is the place for you. We have lots of tourists sites/centers like the Jos wildlife park which is breathtaking. Good for family members looking for places to spend beautiful time together. When next in Nigeria, do not hesitate to visit the beautiful city of Jos.

Mustapha, says: 2020

Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria, is a very good place because of the good weather, affordable cost of living and friendly people. Jos is also a tourist attraction because of the abundant natural resources and has in fact been recorded as one of the best tourist attraction center in Nigeria.

Chiman, says: 2020

Jos city is a beautiful and quiet city. It is a tourist attraction and is not exactly considered a commercial city. One of the many advantages of living in this city includes its thriving agriculture, which makes fruits and vegetables affordable to everyone. Unlike most cities in the tropics, this town has very fair weather year-round. It is one like no other.

Emmanuel, says: 2020

Anyone intending to move to Jos should know it can be quite cold here, so he/she should endeavour to get warm clothing and blanket. Another point is they need to understand a bit of the main language spoken here which is hausa, Just basics, it’s not a must but could help especially if they don’t know anyone living in Jos. There are a lot of educated people in Jos that understand the English language, but not so with the locals around Jos. Another point which they might like is there are varieties of vegetables and fruits found in Jos, and goods can be gotten at low prices compared to other major cities in Nigeria.

Kenechukwu, says: 2020
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