NBS disclosed this in its latest ‘Consumer Price Index Report’, on Tuesday, stating that, this is 0.19 percent points lower than the rate recorded in April 2021 (18.12 per cent).
The NBS in its March Consumer Price Index (CPI) report which measures inflation, said that the index rose by 0.82 per cent points higher than the rate recorded in February (17.33 per cent).
The NBS said this in its Consumer Price Index report for February 2021 released on Tuesday in Abuja.
It said this in the “Consumer Price Index (CPI), January 2021” report released on Tuesday in Abuja.
The reactions and feedback on Nigeria’s CPI performance and the concurrent statement published by CISLAC might be categorised into two clusters. On the one hand, there was an official dismissal of the results and accusations of CISLAC and partners for not being patriotic in publishing the CPI ranking and commenting on the results.
Lukman, in a statement on Tuesday in Abuja, said that the report which claimed that Nigeria scored 25 out of 100 points in the 2020 Corruption Perception Index was not correct.
The NBS made this known in its latest CPI and Inflation Report for the month of April released on Thursday.
The NBS made this known in ITS Consumer Price Index and Inflation report for November released on Tuesday.
The NBS disclosed this in its latest inflation report posted on its Website.
A Statistician, Dr. Olatunji Arowolo, has attributed the increase in April Consumer Price Index to Ramadan.
A Statistician, Dr Olusanya Olubusoye, says the 0.06 per cent drop in Consumer Price Index in March has no “practical significance’’ to the living standard of Nigerians.
The bureau said the figure was 0.16 per cent points higher than the rate recorded in November in the period under review.
The NBS disclosed this in its CPI and inflation Report for May released on Wednesday in Abuja.