Nigerians anxious as votes are tallied
28 February 2023 | 5:32 am
Logistical and security challenges in Nigeria's general election have caused widespread delays and public frustration. Experts say new election technology has contributed significantly to the hitches.
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Following the removal of the fuel subsidy on May 29 by President Bola Tinubu. Prices of goods and services have largely increased with several businesses struggling to keep the door open. GuardianTV stepped out today to check in with Nigerians to see if they've gotten used to the new normal and this was what they had to say.
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The removal of fuel subsidy and subsequent increase in fuel price from about NGN180 to NGN500 in June by the current administration hit businesses and individuals across Nigeria in no small measure. But as of today, prices of fuel have taken another drastic increase from NGN500 to over NGN700. Already, NNPC filling stations across the country have adjusted and started dispensing at NGN617.
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