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by in Economy, Investigations

RipplesMetrics… Every month Nigeria will pay N68.5 billion for due external debt in 2021

As the Nigerian government ponders over where to borrow its next loan, in few weeks, another round of external debt repayment for matured loans put at  $2,156,228,000 (N822bn) will begin. The matured loans repayment scheduled from January to December 2021 will cost the country average monthly pay of  $179,686,000(N68.4 billion). This is according to figures […]

by in Governance & Policy, Investigations

RipplesMetrics: Nigerians look to 275 judicial panel of inquiry members to bring justice for victims of police brutality

Three State governors established almost N1bn compensation fund 116 petitions received in six states Nigerians will be counting on 275 judiciary panels of inquiry members set across the country by 28 state governors to investigate various acts by the Nigerian police that have left families, victims and communities in anguish and bereavement. The 275 members […]

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RipplesMetrics: Nigeria’s Budget 2020 and 2021 —disparities, similarities; where the money went

The Nigerian government will next year spend 21% more than it did in 2020, according to its spending plan for 2021. Debt service will be higher by 6% and gulp 40% of government’s available revenue. Funding gap will more than double this year’s level, with the deficit for 2021 139% bigger than that of 2020. Non-bet recurrent […]

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