Nigerian food prices rise during Ramadan

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  • Nigerians are complaining about rising food prices during Ramadan.
    The cost of some items has doubled, and they are expected to stay high after the Muslim fasting month ends.
    Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris has been speaking with buyers and sellers in markets in the capital, Abuja.

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