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More pressure on Nigeria’s economy as diaspora remittances may drop by 20%

By Guardian Exclusive
10 July 2020   |   6:38 pm
For many developing counties, remittances from citizens working abroad provide a major source of the much-needed funds back home. And has Covid-19 continue on its destructive path on the world economy, this has added so much pressure on the diaspora remittances of Nigeria as well.

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