JUST IN: Nigeria’s Inflation Rate Slows To 18.12% In April — First Decline In 20 Months

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The consumer price index, which measures the rate of change in the price of goods and services, dropped to 18.12 percent in April from 18.17 in March.

The National Bureau of Statistics announced this on Monday in its April consumer price index/inflation report.

The food inflation also reduced to 22.75 percent in April from 22.95 percent in March.



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