Nigerian farms see thefts as inflation bites

Large scale criminals are targeting farm produce during a cost-of-living crisis

Alex Black
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Nigerian farms see thefts as inflation bites

Large-scale theft of farm produce was now taking place across Nigeria before farmers can harvest their crops amid a food crisis in the country. Nigeria's inflation rate hit a three-decade high above...

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