ICRC: Nigeria’s food prices spike because of pandemic

[Africa Times - Africa] - 16/10/2020
Humanitarian aid workers in Nigeria say that food prices have soared because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the cost is driving hunger in parts of the country that can ill afford yet another challenge. “Everywhere we work the food prices have gone up, in some places they doubled. It means... The (...)
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