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Nigeria is currently witnessing a devastating rise in the prices of goods and services, described in many contexts as the worst economic situation in the country. Numerous reports describe entrepreneurship as a panacea to the dwindling economic crisis. Indeed, it contributes positively to national economies and has been widely considered among the primary engines of economic growth and job creation
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