Buhari Joins Other African Leaders to Launch $93bn Investment Fund

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President Muhammadu Buhari has joined African leaders in Dakar, Senegal to launch the largest financial package of $93billion geared towards a robust and resilient economy for Africa.

In his submission at the Opening Dialogue of African Heads of State on Development Challenges and Priorities on Thursday, Buhari stressed that the Nigerian government is determined to ensure that the economy is able to withstand the shocks by building a resilient economy capable of creating jobs.

The president noted that seventy percent of the global fund will be spent on African countries between now and 2027, with Nigeria getting the biggest cut among the African States.

Written by: Helen Obih

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