JULY 14th, 2017
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Ministry contradicts minister, says Nigeria’ll continue to borrow
The Ministry of Finance on Thursday said that the Federal Government would continue to borrow from foreign and domestic financial institutions to fund its programmes.
JULY 12th 2017
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We’re blocking loopholes allowing corruption to thrive – Udoma
The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma, has said the Federal Government is putting in place measures that will make it difficult for corruption to thrive in the country.
JULY 11th, 2017
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N/Assembly to get 2017 budget virement
The presidency is set to forward virement for the 2017 budget to the National Assembly soon, Daily Trust has learnt.
JULY 10th, 2017
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FG TARGETS SINGLE DIGIT INFLATION IN 3 YEARS – UDOMA – PAGE 4
The minister of budget and national planning, Udo Udoma has disclosed that the federal government is targeting to bring down the rate of inflation to a single digit by 2020.
JULY 6th, 2017
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NIGERIA’LL BE OUT OF RECESSION IN LESS THAN 6 MONTHS – FG
The federal government has said Nigeria would be out of recession before the end of December this year. Minister of Budget and National Planning, Sen. Udo Udoma disclosed this on Wednesday evening when he made a presentation to the APC National Working Committee (NWC) at the Party’s National Secretariat on the federal government’s 2017-2020 ERGP.
JULY 5th, 2017
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Budget 2017: ‘Full implementation of capital project key to economic recovery’
Lead partner, Tax and Regulatory Services, Deloitte West Africa, Yomi Olugbenro, has assessed the recently signed N7.44 trillion 2017 budget and noted that though, there was noticeable alignment between the budget and economic growth plan, but full implementation of capital project was critical to achieving desired developments and economic recovery.
JULY 4th 2017
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Senator Udo Udoma on MDGs
Recently, the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma, has given reasons why Nigeria and other African countries could not achieve the targets set under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), blaming the development on Africa’s overreliance on foreign aids.