Nigeria to receive $3.4bn to tackle coronavirus

30 April 2020

The IMF has given the go-ahead to a $3.4bn emergency financial assistance package to help Nigeria mitigate the economic impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak and the accompanying drop in oil prices.

As part of the terms of the package Nigeria will have to prove it has implemented proper governance arrangements.

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