Nigeria, France Sign U.S.$475 Million Agreement On Projects

President Muhammadu Buhari thanks President Macron for his understanding and his commitment towards Nigeria and West Africa. We will continue to work with France for the benefit of both countries, in security, the fight against corruption, the economy, and in tackling the effects of climate change.
3 July 2018

Nigeria and France Tuesday signed an agreement for the implementation of different projects valued at $475 million in Lagos, Kano and Ogun States.

The signing which was done on behalf of both countries by their Ministers of Finance was witnessed by President Muhammadu Buhari and visiting French President Emmanuel Macron in the State House.

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