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Nigerians Vent Frustrations On President Buhari As Costs Soar

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By Reuters

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LAGOS, NIGERIA (DECEMBER 9, 2016) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING DOWN A MARKET STREET VARIOUS OF PEOPLE CARRYING LOADS ON THEIR HEAD PEOPLE BUYING AND SELLING AT MARKET WOMAN LOOKING AT MARKET STALL BAKER, DOLAPO BECKLEY AT THE MARKET PURSES ON THE FLOOR (SOUNDBITE) (English) BAKER, DOLAPO BECKLEY, SAYING: "I do regret voting for Buhari. We wanted a better economy and things are turning upside down, even worse than the way it was before. That is not the change we voted for, we wanted things to improve and it has not improved. Electricity, no water, imagine now people ... common pure water, sachet pure water, they have striked. They want to increase the price of pure water, so that is not easy." WOMAN HELPING ANOTHER WOMAN PUT A BASKET ON HER HEAD / STREET WITH CARS DRIVING PAST VARIOUS OF CHRISTMAS HAMPERS ON DISPLAY ROADSIDE SELLERS / PEOPLE WALKING PAST (SOUNDBITE) (English) CIVIL SERVANT, VICTOR ADINYE, SAYING: "Everything has just skyrocketed in Christmas heavily. People are dying, things are ... before now like this Christmas period you know, like commodities, bag of rice, oil, all these stuffs, we get them ... like if you go for the best, for 9,000 or 10,000 naira ($29 or $32), but now 20 something thousand. Some bags of rice are 19 or 20,000 ($65). So it is just too expensive for the masses."
Dateline: 2016

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110566907
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Lagos, Nigeria, Nigeria
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