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Government revenues fall in April on low oil prices – Adeosun

by Reuters

May 26, 2016 | 12:48 pm
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Nigeria’s distributable revenues to the three tiers of government fell in April to N281.5 billion ($1.42 billion), down N18.25 billion from March due to low oil prices, the West African country’s finance minister said on Wednesday. The fall in revenue was caused by the “drop in the average price of crude oil,” Finance Minister Kemi…

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