One area of concern for this year's Ramadan is the socio-economic impact of rising inflation in Nigeria with headline inflation at 18.1% for March 2021, and food inflation rising to over 22%. `
The Scholar advised businesses run by Muslims to abide by the Shariah principles of equity and fairness during the Ramadan period and beyond.
This edition of the Islamic Finance Weekly anchored by Bukola Akinyele-Yisau features Abdullahi AbdulRasaq, Lecturer, Islamic Finance College Ilorin Kwara State.
He speaks on the synergy between Business and Ramadan, the implications of sellers hiking prices of commodities, the Halal income and its Impact.
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