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Federation Account: NNPC, oil companies yet to remit $22 billion, N481 billion – NEITI

The Nigeria Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative says the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and other stakeholders in the industry have yet to remit 22.06 billion dollars and N481.75 billion to the Federation Account.

Federal govt earns N69 billion from solid minerals – NEITI

The Nigeria Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative, (NEITI) said Nigeria exported solid minerals worth 9.733 million dollars and earned N69.2 billion from the sector in 2015.

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