Japan Emerges Nigeria’s Third Largest Donor with $1.4bn in 49 Years

Chineme Okafor in Abuja The Japanese government has invested $1.4 billion as economic aids and donor funds in Nigeria between 1966 and 2015–a period of 49 years, making it Nigeria’s third highest donor country. A document obtained yesterday from the Japanese Embassy in Abuja explained for instance, that since 1966, Japan spent $773 million to …

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