Lagos – N2.1trn, Kaduna-N613.5bn,…. – See how much debt your state is owing (FULL LIST)

Nigeria’s public debt stock as at December 31, 2023 was N97.341 trillion (108.229 billion dollars), according to data released by the Debt Management Office (DMO) on Friday in Abuja....READ FULL ARTICLE

The DMO said that the amount comprised domestic and external debt stocks of the Federal Government, the 36 states governments and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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Below is the 36 states and FCT total indebtedness as at December 2023.

South-South

Delta: ₦426.72bn

Cross River: ₦410.09bn

Edo: ₦406.69bn

Rivers: ₦305.37bn

Akwa Ibom: ₦228.80bn

Bayelsa: ₦204.53bn

South-West

Lagos: ₦2.17tn

Ogun: ₦430.52bn

Osun: ₦223.07bn

Ekiti: ₦219.44bn

Oyo: ₦217.35bn

Ondo: ₦143.64bn

North-East

Bauchi: ₦329.57bn

Adamawa: ₦231.08bn

Gombe: ₦138.33bn

Borno: ₦117.20bn

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Yobe: ₦110.75bn

Taraba: ₦102.40bn

North-West

Kaduna: ₦613.53bn

Kano: ₦219.43bn

Katsina: ₦144.56bn

Zamfara: ₦136.70bn

Sokoto: ₦122.02bn

Kebbi: ₦96.93bn

Jigawa: ₦65.96bn

North-Central

Benue: ₦214.05bn

Plateau: ₦202.94bn

Niger: ₦201.01bn

Kogi: ₦167.83bn

Kwara: ₦149.24bn

Nasarawa: ₦117.82bn

FCT: ₦111.75bn

South-East

Imo: ₦286.70bn

Abia: ₦218.73bn

Enugu: ₦200.55bn

Anambra: ₦170.65bn

Ebonyi: ₦155.79bn...READ FULL ARTICLE

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