This was disclosed at the presentation of Nigeria’s Development Report for the first six months of 2021 by the World Bank in Abuja
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).
This was disclosed at the presentation of Nigeria’s Development Report for the first six months of 2021, in Abuja, the bank said over 11 million more Nigerians are also expected to lose their jobs.
This rate makes it the highest annual inflation rate recorded since June 2019, Namibia Statistics Agency said on Friday.
Emefiele stated this on Tuesday while presenting the communique from the Monetary Policy Committee meeting, which started on Monday.
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 association also appealed to the President to find ways of reducing high price of energy, Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) and other utilities in the country.
Lolade Adesola, a Financial Consultant at L.A Consult, Ibadan and Tunji Adepeju, a Chartered Accountant at Projektlink Konsult Limited, Ibadan, gave the counsel in interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria in Ibadan on Thursday.
The inflation rate for August was the biggest increase so far this year.
This is according to the Consumer Price Index for July 2020 report released on the NBS website on Monday.
The NBS made this known in its latest report on inflation released on Tuesday
The National Bureau of Statistics says inflation rate in February 2020 increased by 0.07 per cent to 12.20 per cent from 12.13 per cent recorded in January.
The NBS made this known in its CPI and Inflation Report of December 2019 released on Friday
According to NBS, this is 0.14 per cent lower than the rate recorded in June (11.22 per cent).
The NBS disclosed this in its “CPI and Inflation Report” for October released in Abuja on Wednesday
The NBS disclosed this in its “CPI and Inflation Report” for August released on Friday in Abuja
The National Bureau of Statistics says the Consumer Price Index, which measured inflation for July dropped to 11.14 per cent (year-on-year) from 11. 23 per cent recorded in June.
The NBS disclosed this in its CPI and inflation Report for May released on Wednesday in Abuja.
The National Bureau of Statistics disclosed this in its CPI report for February released on Wednesday in Abuja.