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Nigerian restaurants struggle as inflation rises

By Reuters
24 January 2021   |   11:00 am
Melanie Igbe's restaurant hosted 50 people a day when it opened in Nigeria's megacity Lagos a year ago. Fear of coronavirus has driven most diners away, but Igbe believes inflation rather than the pandemic may kill her business.

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