Price Of Commodities During Jonathan’s Tenure Compared To Buhari’s

It is no longer news that Nigeria is experiencing its worse recession in 29 years and the prices of all goods and services in Nigeria have gone up, particularly essential commodities. Annual inflation rose to 17.1 percent in July from 16.5 percent in June, and food inflation rose to 15.8 percent from 15.3.

Below are prices of commodities during former president Jonathan’s administration compared to Buhari’s.(Photo credit: Nigerian Tribune):


Yet minimum wage hadn’t increase, people are losing jobs daily. How will the poor/ average man survive?  God help us in this country. 

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