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Ramadan, both a holy and expensive month in Senegal's capital

By Alpha Jallow

The holy month of Ramadan is a very busy time but also expensive time for Muslims across Senegal especially in the capital Dakar. During this time, the price of essential commodities often shoots up forcing many families to storm local markets and super markets to fill their Ramadan baskets. Alpha Jallow reports from Dakar.

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