IMF Tells Nigeria to Stop Wasting Their Oil Money


The International Monetary Fund has told Nigeria's government to be cautious with its oil money. The IMF has urged the country's federal government to come up with policies to save as much funds as possible and avoid undue increase in government spending.
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