Nigerians now Struggle to Afford Full Corn; Sellers Breaks cob into two

Economic Hardship Prompt Corn Sellers to Break Cobs in Two for Nigerians to Afford

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A Nigerian man has taken to social media to shed light on the distressing impact of Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s administration as Corn sellers now break cob because many people can no long afford to buy a full corn.Nigerians now Struggle to Afford Full Corn; Sellers Breaks cob into two

The stark reality is that corn sellers have resorted to breaking down their corn into different pieces before selling, a reflection of the widespread inability of many to afford a whole cob.

This disheartening trend details the prevailing economic challenges faced under the stewardship of the APC leader.

The financial strain has reached such an extent that a substantial portion of the population can no longer manage to purchase an entire corn cob.

Numerous Nigerians now feels that things that were unimaginable in Nigeria have suddenly become standard

The situation described by Shehu Gazali Sadiq, who shared the image on his Twitter account, exemplifies this unfortunate truth:

Corn sellers now break their corn because many people cannot afford to buy a full corn ????. Shege pro max,” he wrote.

This predicament can be traced back to the removal of fuel subsidy, a policy initiative introduced by Tinubu.

Its sudden implementation has triggered a cascade of adverse consequences, with skyrocketing inflation rates wreaking havoc on citizens across the country.

It’s worth noting that on May 29, 2023, Bola Tinubu formally announced the discontinuation of the long-standing petroleum product subsidy in his inaugural speech.

This momentous decision, however, has only intensified the struggle against poverty and food scarcity, deepening the challenges faced by Nigeria.

Simultaneously, in Abuja, the same corn vendors find themselves embroiled in accusations of exacerbating insecurity within the Federal Capital Territory.

The Minister of the FCT, Nyesom Wike, has taken a firm stance against street vending, including corn sales, claiming that such activities contribute to the surge in criminal activities and overall instability within the city.

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