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Age-old ideology drives Buhari’s food-import ban amid hunger

Economic rationality is about actions that maximise utility or welfare. Thus, when a country bans food imports when it lacks the capacity to meet its food requirements locally, economists would describe its behaviour as utterly irrational, especially amid widespread poverty and hunger. To ban food imports in those circumstances would certainly hike food prices, thereby…

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