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Nigeria hit by worst economic crisis in a generation

Widespread hardship is triggering anger at the tough economic medicine prescribed by President Bola Tinubu, which is translating into high cost of living for ordinary citizens. Inflation hit 30% in January; the value of the Naira has dropped dramatically.

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