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Traders, consumers lament food inflation

By Guardian Exclusive
11 June 2022   |   5:40 am
Traders across various markets in Nigeria have lamented the fast-growing inflation as food prices have continued to record an exponential growth in price. GuardianTV went to the market to speak with both sellers and buys about how expensive things have become.

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