[Premium Times] A former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo, has said some of the projects that constituted the Paris Club debt were dubious and fraudulent. (Date:08/14/2017 08:25) Read full article >>

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Olusegun Obasanjo: Olugun Mathew Okikila Armu basanj, GCFR is a former Nigerian Army general and former President of Nigeria. A Nigerian of Yoruba descent, Obasanjo was a career soldier before serving twice as his nation's head of state, as a military ruler between 13 February 1976 to 1 October 1979 and as elected Pr
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