Inflation rate to trend toward 13% in 2019

While delivering the keynote address at the annual Bankers Dinner of the Chartered Institute of Nigeria (CIBN), CBN Governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele said: “Inflation expectations are rising on the backdrop of anticipated politically-related liquidity injections.

~ Vanguard News

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