The African Development Bank has approved a U.S.$600 million loan as the first tranche to help finance Nigeria's economic governance, diversification and competitiveness programme.
Recession - AfDB Approves $600 Million Financial Support for Nigeria
Vanguard, 3 November 2016
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved 600 million dollars loan as the first tranche of a one-billion-dollar budget support to help finance Nigeria's economic governance,… Read more »
AfDB President Adesina Akinwumi.
AfDB Approves U.S.$600 Million Financial Support for Nigeria
Guardian, 3 November 2016
AfDB Supports Nigeria's Economic Governance Programme
African Development Bank, 2 November 2016
Executive Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 approved a US $600-million loan, being the first tranche of a US $1-billion budget support… Read more »
AfDB Reiterates Infrastructural Needs for Sustainable Growth
Guardian, 28 October 2016
The imperatives of infrastructure development for sustainable growth of African economies have continued to dominate discussions of the African Development Bank (AfDB). Read more »
Govt Asks AfDB to Fast-Track Budget Support Loan
This Day, 23 October 2016
The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udoma Udo Udoma, has urged the African Development Bank (AfDB) to fast-track the disbursement of the one billion dollar budget… Read more »
Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), is visiting Nigeria from September 26-28, 2016. It will be his first official visit to the country since his ... Read more »
AfDB Will Support Nigeria but Needs to Fix Fx Reforms - Adesina
Guardian, 4 October 2016
The African Development Bank will help Nigeria to overcome its recession,but Nigeria should increase taxes and lift hard currency curbs to ease the dollar shortages choking the… Read more »
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