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Nigeria's food insecurity: declaring a state of emergency isn't a real solution - here's what is

By Stephen Onyeiwu, Professor of Economics & Business, Allegheny College
Nigerians doing their grocery shopping in July 2023 are paying 25% more for staple items than they did a year ago.

Nigeria’s inflation rate stands at about 22.79%, but the prices of staple food items like eggs, bread, evaporated milk, palm oil and plantain have risen by over 25% within the past year.

Using the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics monthly dataThe Conversation

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