World Bank Extends Infrastructure Loan to Nigeria
The World Bank has announced plans to provide U.S.$200 million fund to contribute towards addressing the huge infrastructure deficit in country.
This Day, 2 August 2012
To help address the huge infrastructure deficit in Nigeria, the World Bank is poised to provide $200 million as a seed fund to set up a Financial Intermediary Loan (FIL) scheme… Read more »
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Vanguard, 2 August 2012
The World Bank has announced plans to contribute towards addressing the huge infrastructure deficit in Nigeria, with the provision of N32 billion ($200 million) as seed fund to set… Read more »
Daily Trust, 19 July 2012
Nigeria needs an annual investment of $10 billion in the next 10 years to bridge its infrastructural deficit, just as sub Saharan Africa requires $93 billion to achieve same… Read more »
This Day, 4 June 2012
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has put infrastructure funding deficit in Nigeria and other African countries at $90 billion per year, and total commitment at $55.9 billion,… Read more »