Price of Cement in Nigeria Today (Cost Per Bag of Cement)

In this article, the current price of Cement in Nigeria in Today for all brands are all listed including the Dangote cement price in Today. If you want to know the latest prices of Cement in Nigeria today , please check below. Note; there may be slice changes in price per location. Meanwhile, this page contains the current price of Dangote Cement, WAPCO (Elephant Cement), Ashaka Cement, Ibeto Cement, Eagle Cement, BUA Cement, and UNICEM Cement in April 2022.

What is the Current Price of Cement in Nigeria?

The current Cement price in Nigeria today  start from Four Thousand nine Hundred Naira (N4,000) to Four Thousand two hundred Naira (N4,200) for retailers, depending on the brand you want to buy. See breakdown prices listed below.
Note; there are three main determinants of cement price in Nigeria. As such the cost of cement in Nigeria depends on three factors which are
  • Brand
  • Quantity (50kg)
  • Current economy
The country’s economy can affect cement price at a high. Exchange rate can also affect cement price. To get a discounted price when buying cement, I will recommend that you go for wholesale prices. Cement Wholesale prices are prices fixed directly from the manufacturing company and it comes at discounted prices. How much is Bag of cement in Nigeria today 2022?
Dangote Cement Price in Nigeria per 50kg bag start from Four Thousand nine Hundred Naira (₦4,000) to Four Thousand two hundred Naira (N4,200) depending on location. See breakdown prices below.
Cement Brand Retail Price (per 50kg bag) Wholesale Price (600 bags)
Dangote Cement ₦4,000 – ₦4,200 ₦₦2,280,000 – ₦2,450,000
Elephant Cement (WAPCO) ₦3,850 – ₦4,150 ₦2,250,000 – ₦2,400,000
Ashaka Cement ₦3,900 – ₦4,100 ₦2,300,000 – ₦2,450,000
Ibeto Cement ₦3,900 – ₦4,100 ₦2,200,000 – ₦2,400,000
Eagle Cement ₦3,800 – ₦4,100 ₦2,200,000 – ₦2,400,000
BUA Cement ₦3,850 – ₦4,050 ₦2,250,000 – ₦2,400,000
UNICEM ₦3,850 – ₦4,100 ₦2,200,000 – ₦2,400,000
See Also; Below are some of the leading Cement factories in Nigeria as of Today.

1. Dangote Cement

Dangote Cement PLC is a leading original cement company in Africa Sub-Sahara, fighting for cement sales in 10 countries in the region with its chairman is a businessman and billionaire, Aliko Dangote. Founded in 1992 as Obajana Cement PLC and was named in 2010. At present, the company offers the largest cement manufacturer in Africa Sub-Sahara with an annual production capacity of 48.6 million tons, has around 3 cement factories in Nigeria, one in Senegal and Others in Tanzania. Product distribution cuts all markets in African countries such as Senegal, Tanzania, South Africa, Ethiopia, Gabon, Congo, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Camerun, Zambia, Liberia and many more. The head office is in Lagos. Dangote cement has been sold as the best cement in Nigeria and therefore, widely distributed in every corner and gap of the country as a builder option. This is the same as the most expensive cement at this time in Nigeria with the presence of every building fuel warehouse.

2. Elephant / Lafarge Cement

Elephant is a French-Swiss company dealing on cement production alongside sale of Concrete solutions and quarry of coarse aggregates. Its former CEO, Joseph-Auguste Pavin de Lafarge founded it in 1833 with headquaters in Paris, France. Its parent company is LafargeHolcim, in Nigeria, it is best known as Elephant Cement and happens to be the second most popular cement across the country just after Dangote. It has WAPCO cement factory in Ewekoro, Sagamu and Ogun state in the South West and Ashaka in the North East of Nigeria with current cement production capacity of 10.5MTPA. So also the United Cement company and Atlas company in the South South states of Cross River and Rivers respectively.

3. BUA Cement

BUA Cement has severally been marketed as the second largest cement producer just after Dangote with an annual production capacity of more than 2 million tons. The King of Strength Cement has some production plants in Edo and Sokoto States. Apart from early strength attainment of its two major products, BUA plc prides itself as a brand with rapid setting and low heat of hydration. BUA group ventured into cement business in 2008 just after receiving license from FG to import into Nigeria.  

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