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A report by the National Bureau of Statistics has shown that intra-city transport fares in Nigeria have increased by 283 per cent on the average amid the rising cost of fuel subsidy to the Federal Government.

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A report by the National Bureau of Statistics has shown that intra-city transport fares in Nigeria have increased by 283 per cent on the average amid the rising cost of fuel subsidy to the Federal Government.

The average cost of bus transportation within Nigerian cities rose from N122.83 in January 2017 to N470.83 in December 2021, reports have shown.

This means that the cost of intra-city bus transportation has risen by 283 per cent or N384 in four years.

This is according to an analysis of data from the Transport Fare Watch reports of the National Bureau of Statistics

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