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<p>Foreign aid represents an important source of finance in most countries in Sub-Sahara Africa (SSA), including Nigeria, where it supplements low savings, narrow export earnings and thin tax bases. In fact, foreign aid is considered to be a major supplement to government expenditure in Nigeria. As a result, foreign aid can have positive effect on economic growth, through public expenditure if properly channeled to the productive sectors of the economy. This paper therefore seeks to investigatedoi:10.19030/jabr.v27i3.4211 fatcat:ldlymkmu7bhufkqa24wye3jaga