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    Metro #EndSARS: 10 killed by Nigerian Police since start of protests – Amnesty International – Nairametrics
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    Business COVID-19: World Bank warns Nigerians, others in Africa not to relax – Nairametrics
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    Business World Bank Backs FG On Petrol Subsidy Removal – Punch News
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    Business Post COVID-19: W/Bank warns Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa of steep GDP contraction – Vanguard News
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    Metro Katsina gets N25bn World Bank grant to fight erosion, flooding – New Telegraph
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    Metro ‘Why Nigeria may not need delayed $1.5b additional World Bank loan’ – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Business World Bank Says Nigeria’s Recovery Needs Stronger Forex Action –
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    Business World Bank mulls trimming poor countries’ debt – New Telegraph
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    Business COVID-19: Grant businesses, individuals tax relief, get $2.5m, NGF, World Bank tell states – Vanguard News
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    Business Nigeria’s Economic Outlook is Challenging - World Bank Director - Thisday News,
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    Business World Bank Report States That 40% Of Nigerians Suffered Job Losses During COVID-19 Lockdown – Stella Dimoko
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    Business PwC Nigeria appoints new partners for 2020. See list – Nairametrics
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    Business Poor electricity costs Nigeria N10tn yearly, says World Bank – Naijabizcom
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    Business Nigeria faces worst recession in four decades — World Bank - Vanguard Newspaper
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    World World Bank approves $1bn funding for Kenya budget support – Vanguard Nigeria News
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    Video Nigeria News Today - Buhari Begs IMF, World Bank To Cancel Nigeria’s Debts

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    Business World Bank, IMF, G20, Paris Club suspend debt service – The Nation News
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    Business World Bank to commit $510bn to Nigeria, others from 2021-2023 – Finance Minister – The Nation News
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    Business COVID-19: IMF, World Bank mobilise $57bn for Africa – Vanguard News
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    Business African countries to fall into recession in 2020 –World Bank – New Telegraph