Debt Management Office
For Nigeria to tackle its debt and revenue challenges, there is a need to operate an efficient tax administration to ensure greater compliance with remittances and shun all forms of evasion.
The Debt Management Office (DMO), says it deploys certain economic tools and strategies in contracting loans for the Federal Government to ensure debt sustainability.
Stakeholders at the African Conference on Debt and Development (AFCODD) have raised concerns about Nigeria’s rising debt profile as the country’s debt stock stood at $100billion as of March 2022.
14 Jul 2022
The Debt Management Office (DMO) said the Federal Government’s debt mix aligns with the Debt Management Strategy 2020-2023.
24 Mar 2022
The rapid rise of misery in Nigeria in the aftermath of petroleum scarcity and rising inflation have hastened the adoption of a new industrial strategy for Nigerian economic growth
6 Mar 2022
Prevaling economic realities, especially the rising price of crude oil at the international market, and the cost of petrol subsidy, which is threatening the 36 states could worsen...
9 Jan 2022
Barely 16 months to the end of President Muhammadu Buhari’s second and final term in office, the window of opportunity to deliver the promised strong economy and secured nation is becoming narrow.
18 Dec 2021
The Debt Management Office (DMO) has clarified that loans from China to Nigeria, which presently stood at 3.59 billion dollars, constitutes only 9.4 per cent
8 Dec 2021
The figures presented by the Debt Management Office as of March 2021 shows that Nigeria’s total debt stock is N33, 107trn. This comprises of debt stock of the Federal Government
10 Nov 2021
The Debt Management Office (DMO) has stressed the need for issuers and investors to key into funds mobilisation geared towards promoting green financing and sustainability drive in Nigeria.
25 Oct 2021
The recurring high public debts and their probable implications for the country have understandably raised a lot of doubts and pessimism among various stakeholders, including economic experts