Nigeria's External Reserves Increase Over Two Years


Nigeria's external reserves have risen to U.S $45.68 billion since the last quarter due to reasonably high oil prices and stability in the foreign exchange markets.

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Cartoonist depicts the state of Nigerian economy

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