World Bank Approves Nigeria’s $2.25 Billion Loan Request

Date: 14-06-2024 5:40 am (1 month ago) | Author: kacy lee
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The World Bank has approved two significant financing facilities totaling $2.25 billion to support Nigeria's efforts in stabilizing its economy. This move aims to bolster the Federal Government’s initiatives towards inclusive growth and revenue diversification.

The approval was announced in a statement titled, “Supporting Nigeria’s Homegrown Reforms: New World Bank Financing for Inclusive Growth and Revenue Diversification.” The funding is expected to aid various economic reforms designed to promote sustainable development and address fiscal challenges.

The statement said: “The World Bank has today approved two operations: $1.5 billion for the Nigeria Reforms for Economic Stabilization to Enable Transformation (RESET) Development Policy Financing Program (DPF) and $750 million for the Nigeria Accelerating Resource Mobilization Reforms (ARMOR) Program-for-Results (PforR).

“This combined $2.25 billion package provides immediate financial and technical support to Nigeria’s urgent efforts to stabilize the economy and scale up support to the poor and most economically at risk. It further supports Nigeria’s ambitious, multi-year effort to raise non-oil revenues and safeguard oil revenues to promote fiscal sustainability and provide sufficient resources to deliver quality public services.


Confronted with a fragile economic situation, Nigeria recognized the urgency of changing course and embarked on critical reforms to address economic distortions and strengthen the fiscal outlook. Initial critical steps to restore macroeconomic stability, boost revenues, and create the conditions to reignite growth and poverty reduction have been taken.

These include unifying the multiple official exchange rates and fostering a market-determined official rate, as well as sharply adjusting gasoline prices to begin to phase out the costly, regressive, and opaque gasoline subsidy.


Posted: at 14-06-2024 05:40 AM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
- Dopybadass at 14-06-2024 06:56 AM (1 month ago)
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If tinibu no sell this country before his stupid tenure will expire, how can this idiot man be borrowing money when Yaya bello and El rufia are busy stealing billions of naira and no one is going after them, what the hell is wrong with this stupid world bank too, why giving tinibu loan except there is something more to it from the loan, nonsense
Posted: at 14-06-2024 06:56 AM (1 month ago) | Gistmaniac
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- gogoman at 14-06-2024 11:25 AM (1 month ago)
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Posted: at 14-06-2024 11:25 AM (1 month ago) | Grande Master
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- kp45 at 14-06-2024 07:36 PM (1 month ago)
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Looted before arrival no longer on arrival
Posted: at 14-06-2024 07:36 PM (1 month ago) | Addicted Hero
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