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World Bank invests $10.7 billion in Nigeria

The bank’s delegation of 10 executive directors which visited the country last week, said it was excited with the economy’s return to growth and pledged more collaboration to accelerate the growth rate.

World Bank encouraged by Nigeria’s growth

The World Bank Group has expressed satisfaction with the performance of the Nigerian economy as it continues on the path to growth.

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