Analysts say revenue shortfall could lead to deepening crisis on infrastructure needs
This has already led analysts to talk about Nigeria facing a deepening crisis. United Capital Research’s analysts have asserted that the revenue shortfall of N1.48 trillion from the projected expected revenue of N3.32 trillion could potentially lead to a deepening crisis considering the need for the country to service its capital expenditure (CAPEX) projects to solve its infrastructure needs.
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