Nigeria’s external reserves have exceeded $36 billion
The reserves hit the level for the first time since last March 17
It has been on the rise since last April 29, when it was $33.42 billion
The recent surge in the external reserves has been attributed to the rise in the price of crude oil in the past days in the global market
The central bank of Nigeria recently unified the exchange rate at n400 to a dollar, but N450 in the parallel foreign exchange market.