From water to cooking oil, Nigerians buy small as soaring prices bite • FRANCE 24 English

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From water to tomato paste and washing powder… Many Nigerians struggling with soaring prices buy their basic necessities in small quantities, packed in tiny plastic bags.

#Nigeria #Africa #prices

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