N1.8bn daily subsidy worsens Nigeria’s precarious finances

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Nigeria is digging itself into deeper financial crisis every day that passes with a ballooning petrol subsidy that the country can ill afford. The subsidy bill has now climbed to N1.8bn daily at an international oil price of $57 a barrel and at an official exchange rate of N380. Senior executives in oil marketing companies…

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