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PMB displeased with budget

By Guardian Exclusive
20 June 2018   |   5:01 pm
President Muhammudu Buhari is displeased with the 2018 budget he just signed into law. The total budget is N9.1 trillion, up from the N8.6 trillion estimates the executive submitted to the Assembly on November 7, 2017.

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