130 underaged Nigerian girls trapped in foreign lands | 5 numbers that mattered this week

130 – Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa disclosed that 130 Nigerian girls are trapped outside Nigeria in neighbouring countries. 90 of the girls are in Burkina Faso while the remaining 40 are in Mali.

$100 million – The Central Bank of Nigeria on Thursday disclosed that the sum of $100 million had been released on offer by the Bank on Thursday to meet the requests of corporate wholesale customers. And $91 million of that sum has already been taken.

N 600 million – Former Governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu, tried to explain how he would own 90 percent shares in the Peoples Democratic Party if it were a company because he gave N500 million to the party and N100 million to former President Olusegun Obasanjo.

2351 – The Ministry of Finance said it has received 2351 tips on embezzlement of government funds, looting of assets, contract inflation from whistleblowers just three months after the Federal Government introduced the policy.

N390 – The steadily rising amount that the Naira traded against the Dollar this week at the parallel market.

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