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1 Nov 2023
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.
26 Jun 2023
Nigeria's fuel subsidy kept petrol prices low but also drained billions from government coffers. Now it has been removed, small businesses - which largely rely on generators - are feeling the squeeze.
12 Jun 2023
Nigeria's President Bola Tinubu has told the country that ending a long-standing fuel subsidy was a painful necessity. But the knock-on effects of the move are having a great impact on Nigerians' everyday lives.
12 Jun 2023
Nigerian President Bola Tinubu has defended his decision to stop fuel subsidies after the end of June and asked for patience. This comes at a time when Nigerians are already struggling to cope with record unemployment and poverty and inflation has hit an 18-year high.

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