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$80 Billion in 3 Years: What is Nigeria's President Buhari Borrowing for?

Critics say he has borrowed $80 Billion in 3 years, but government sources peg the total at $73.2 billion as at June, 2018. Does Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari have anything to show for his excessive Borrowing since taking over power in 2015?

$80 Billion in 3 Years: What is Nigeria's President Buhari Borrowing for?
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