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Flooded farms and currency ban threatens Nigeria's food security | Money Talks

Nigerian farmers are concerned heavy floods and a ban on foreign exchange for rice and maize imports could push the country into a severe food crisis. Last month, many farms were destroyed during heavy rains. The results are smaller-than-expected harvests and a sharp rise in food prices. Adesewa Josh has more. #Nigeria #Farms #FoodSecurity

Nigeria import ban leads to rising food prices | Money Talks

Nigeria import ban leads to rising food prices | Money Talks

Nigeria-Benin Border Closure: Ban on imports leads to increase in food prices

Nigeria-Benin Border Closure: Ban on imports leads to increase in food prices

Floods, food shortages spark Nigeria food crisis fear

Floods, food shortages spark Nigeria food crisis fear

Madagascar's vanilla boom attracts villains | Money Talks

Madagascar's vanilla boom attracts villains | Money Talks

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Our Planet's Global Warning

Our Planet's Global Warning

The World Food Crisis

The World Food Crisis

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Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Extended Interview with Luis Moreno Ocampo | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Palestine, Israel and the ICC | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

Welcoming Ukraine's Refugees | Bigger Than Five

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

A FAILED SANCTIONS POLICY

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

State of the Pandemic | Bigger Than Five

The Political Journey of FW de Klerk | Bigger Than Five

The Political Journey of FW de Klerk | Bigger Than Five

Exclusive Interview with Brazil's Lula da Silva | Bigger Than Five

Exclusive Interview with Brazil's Lula da Silva | Bigger Than Five

A 'Moment of Truth' for the UN | Bigger Than Five

A 'Moment of Truth' for the UN | Bigger Than Five

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