Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN)

March 1, 2024

Ex-minister Agunloye sues EFCC, demands N1 billion for declaring him wanted

Mr Agunloye alleged that the deliberate act of the EFCC was orchestrated to project him negatively in the international community.

AGUNLOYE; EFCC LOGO
April 12, 2023

DMO lists 4 FGN bonds valued N360 billion for subscription

According to DMO, the bonds are listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange Limited and FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited.

DMO
March 6, 2023

DMO offers two FGN savings bonds for subscription

The bonds are offered at N1,000 per unit, subject to a minimum subscription of N5,000 and a maximum subscription of N50 million.

Debt Management Office (DMO)
January 2, 2023

DMO announces first savings bonds offer for 2023

The first is a two-year savings bond due in January 11, 2025, and the other is a three-year bond due in January 11, 2026.

DMO
December 10, 2022

Under Buhari, Nigeria’s debt rose by over N1 trillion in three months: DMO

As of September 30, 2022, Nigeria’s total debt stock rose N44.06 trillion as against N42.84 trillion recorded on June 30, the DMO stated.

Muhammadu Buhari and Debt Management Office
September 5, 2022

DMO offers two new FGN savings bonds at N1,000 per unit

Both offers are subject to a minimum subscription of N5,000 and a maximum of N50 million.

Debt Management Office (DMO)
January 20, 2022

DMO’s January bond auction receives N300 billion oversubscription

“The auction recorded an over-subscription of N111 billion and N214 billion for the January 2026 and January 2042 bond offers respectively.”

DMO DG Patience Oniha
January 12, 2022

Twitter agreed to register in Nigeria, give us backend access to delete citizens’ posts: Buhari Regime

The regime highlights its wins in the seven-month standoff with the social media giant on Wednesday.

President Muhammadu Buhari
January 12, 2022

Buhari regime backs down on Twitter ban after 222 days

It came 222 days after the regime banned the crucial social media network in Nigeria, disrupting citizens’ communications and businesses.

President Muhammadu Buhari and Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey