Nigeria’s Poverty Ratio Rises to 70% of Population, Trust Says
The figure rose from 54 percent previously, the Abuja-based newspaper said, without providing a comparative period.
Sanusi described the level of poverty as unacceptable because of the risk it poses to economic growth, according to the newspaper.
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