MINISTER IBRAHIM – NIGERIA SHOULD EXPECT MORE GREEN BONDS

MINISTER IBRAHIM – NIGERIA SHOULD EXPECT MORE GREEN BONDS

Nigeria’s Minister of State for Environment Ibrahim Usman Jibril says the listing of the 10.69 billion naira, 5-year Sovereign green bond is the first of many to come, as the ministry aims to return to the market before the end of the year. CNBC Africa caught up with him from the floor of the NSE for more details.

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