External reserves grew from $33.42bn to $36bn in May – Buhari

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has said the country’s external reserves increased from $33.42bn in April to $36bn in May.

The President stated this during his 2020 Democracy Day Speech on Friday.

“The external reserves grew from $33.42 billion on April 29th 2020 to about $36.00 billion in May, 2020 which is enough to finance seven months of import commitments,” he said.

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