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Nigeria’s rising food prices push inflation higher in April

Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics says consumer inflation increased by 11.37 percent in April, which is higher when compared to the 11.25 per cent rise in March. Bankole Odusanya, Head of Fixed Income Trading at UBA joins CNBC Africa from the banking floor to discuss this and other stories impacting Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market.

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