Nigerians are shifting their focus from football to economic concerns as the country marks one year under President Bola Tinubu’s leadership.

Rising prices, particularly for basic necessities like bread, have become a major talking point among citizens.

Tinubu’s policies, including ending fuel subsidies and allowing the currency to depreciate, have contributed to economic challenges, leading to increased poverty and hardships for many.

While the government defends these measures as necessary for long-term stability, critics argue they have exacerbated existing problems.

Despite some progress in areas like security and anti-corruption efforts, many feel more needs to be done to address Nigeria’s deep-rooted issues.

As citizens like Abubakar Sheka contemplate their future livelihoods amidst economic uncertainty, the pressure is on for tangible improvements in people’s lives.

Credit : BBC

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