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Nigeria’s excess crude revenue used to finance petrol subsidy payments- Sanusi

Posted on 07 March 2013

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Governor, Lamido Sanusi, has described the recent controversy surrounding Nigeria’s management of its excess crude revenue savings and external reserves as unnecessary, saying the Federal Government used part of the savings in the Excess Crude Account, ECA, to finance the controversial petroleum subsidy payments.
Payments by the Federal Government for subsidy on petroleum products supply and distribution, which was only N290 billion in 2009 rose astronomically in controversial circumstances to about N2.1 trillion in 2011, resulting in a national protest by Nigerians in January 2012 after the government announced a hike in the price of petrol………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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