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Meat Market: Crunching the numbers

By Guardian Exclusive
14 September 2018   |   5:30 am
Butchers and meat sellers, who travel to the northern parts of Nigeria to get live cattle and goats have over the years supplied beef across the country. GuardianTV delves into the economic side of this business in Lagos.

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Butchers and meat sellers, who travel to the northern parts of Nigeria to get live cattle and goats have over the years supplied beef across the country. GuardianTV delves into the economic side of this business in Lagos.
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Butchers and meat sellers, who travel to the northern parts of Nigeria to get live cattle and goats have over the years supplied beef across the country. GuardianTV delves into the economic side of this business in Lagos.
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With 200 million inhabitants, Nigeria is the largest meat consumer in West Africa. Every day, 50 trucks unload cows, goats and sheep at the main livestock market in Lagos, the country's economic capital. This is an essential supply chain for food in Nigeria, whose livestock is mainly raised by the Fulani spread over about ten West African countries.
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