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DMO refunds N900bn local debts in 2018 ― Oniha

“Yomi Is So Black That He Leaves Fingerprints On Charcoal” – Alex Ekubo ‘Shades’ Yomi Casual

Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO), Ms Patience Oniha has disclosed that her agency has refunded N900 billion owed to domestic creditors by Federal Government in 2018. Oniha who stated this at a press conference in Abuja on Monday said, “in total, we have refunded N900bn into the market that is available for […]
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FG pays oil marketers, freezes interest on loan

CHIEF Operating Officer, Downstream, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Mr Henry Ikem-Obih, has said the Federal Government has paid the agreed N236 billion as the first tranche of the outstanding subsidy claims to oil marketers. Ikem-Obi, who disclosed this in an Interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja, said that government, through […]
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FG: States must clear salary backlog to get remaining Paris Club refund

FG: States must clear salary backlog to get remaining Paris Club refund

The federal government says states must clear owed salaries and other related staff arrears before they would be able to access the remaining $2.69 billion Paris Club refund. Hassan Dodo, director The post FG: States must clear salary backlog to get remaining Paris Club refund appeared first on TheCable.

Adeosun appointed board chairman of Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading company

Adeosun appointed board chairman of Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading company

Kemi Adeosun, the minister of finance, has been appointed as the chairman, board of directors of Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading Company (NBET). In a statement released on Wednesday, Hassan Dodo, The post Adeosun appointed board chairman of Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading company appeared first on TheCable.

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