Nigeria seeks World Bank assistance on power, Niger Delta

•Increases portfolio to $4.23bn in Nigeria Having taken up power as its main priority, the Federal Government has sought the assistance of the World Bank to fix the shambolic power infrastructure in Nigeria. In addition, Acting President Goodluck Jonathan who met World Bank president, Robert Zoellick, on Monday in Washington, tabled rail, Niger Delta and the Petroleum Industry Bill as other priority areas that he would want support and partnership from the global financial body. Also at Jonathan ...
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Added April 13, 2010
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