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EU to spend €150m grant on Nigeria’s power sector


The European Union will spend €150m (N50bn) on the development of power sector in Nigeria, Mr. Michel Arrion, the Ambassador and Head of EU Delegation to Nigeria, said on Wednesday. Arrion made this known at the 5th Edition of EU-Nigeria Business Forum pre-event news conference in Lagos. He said that the grant would be used […]

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