The closure of some the Nigerian borders has led to the increase in the food prices and subsequently pushed up annual inflation in the country. The National Bureau of Statistics monthly report released on Monday showed that annual inflation was 11.61% in October, up from 11.24% in September, indicating the highest rate since May 2018. […]
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Source: Guardian Newspaper