Soaring inflation tests the limits of Nigerian resilience


Inflation in Nigeria has escalated to a critical point, with the rate soaring to a staggering 29.9% in January 2024 — the highest seen since 1996. This rampant inflation is severely impacting the cost of living, as escalating prices make necessities such as food and transportation increasingly unaffordable for …

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