When not to contract external loans
Well. Buhari made a second loan request amounting to $2.5 billion for the financing of the deficit and capital projects in the 2017 budget. China is generally regarded as the source of the loan.
Buhari’s economic policies on winning path, says Mohammed
The minister, in a chat with journalists in Lagos at the weekend, hinged his statement on the recent World Bank’s ranking, which stated that Nigeria’s economy had moved up 24 places to 145 in its Doing Business’ ratings.
Oil prices surpass World Bank’s forecast at over $60 a barrel
Global crude oil benchmark -Brent has increased from $58.15 a barrel to $60.75 a barrel while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) from $51.61 to $54.19 a barrel as at yesterday.
World Bank projects and Buhari’s reputation
Is the President really in charge? Are there mischievous persons in this administration who are running agenda different from the President’s? Who, if any, are these fifth columnists?
Gates Foundation develops financial inclusion solution
A new software solution targeted at helping the unbanked people around the world access digital financial services has been developed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
World Bank denies disagreeing with Adeosun on foreign borrowings
According to him, what Joseph-Raji said was a commendation of government’s effort to rebalance its portfolio to lower the cost of its borrowing, as outlined in its 2016-2019 medium-term debt management strategy released last year.
More outrage at alleged Buhari’s directive to World Bank
The southern leaders said they wouldn’t have raised any alarm if the Word Bank chief had stated that the request was to pay special attention to the North-East, as they were sympathetic to the devastation caused there by the Boko Haram insurgents.
Nigeria continues talks with JICA, World Bank, IMF
The quest for adequate and sustainable investments to boost the nation’s power sector and other infrastructure projects continued yesterday, with a bilateral meeting and talks with multilateral institutions by the Federal Government.
World Bank intervention: President urges ‘ethnic warriors’ to sheathe their swords
The statement signed by Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said the northeast has suffered since 2009 when the menace of Boko Haram began and thus deserve care, so that the people could live a normal life again.