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AMCON develops strategies to recover N5 trillion debt

By TVC News Nigeria
23 July 2020   |   2:56 pm
The Federal Government has set up an inter-agency committee for the purpose of recovering the N5 trillion debt owed the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).

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