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Nigeria’s small businesses feel squeeze after petrol subsidy scrapped

By Reuters
23 October 2023   |   3:28 am
In a roadside welding shop in Nigeria’s commercial capital Lagos, Shola Ojo gives his power-generating set a second pull before the engine revved up, now he is ready to start his business for the day.

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