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The comparison of total debt, the cost of a plane ticket, the cost of household items (palm oil, gas, four, pasta, bread, fish, rice), unemployment, and misery index in 2015 with what was obtained in the first quarter of 2022 shows if Nigerians are better off today than they were seven years ago.
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Business Day, established in 2001, is a daily business newspaper based in Lagos. It is the only Nigerian newspaper with a bureau in Accra, Ghana. It has both daily and Sunday titles. It circulates in Nigeria and Ghana
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