Nigeria

See What Each State In Nigeria Is Owing

Nigeria’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory as at 31st December 2020 have accumulated a total of $4,773,631,955.06, the Debt Management Office has published.

According to the chat, Lagos State accumulated the highest debt which stood at $1.3bn while Taraba State recorded the least which stood at $20.7m.

Meanwhile the Federal Government as at same date owed a whopping $28,574,453,967.84.

Whatever projects the various loans were approved to accomplish and how they are being serviced is a different story but the populace may sometimes need to engage the government for relevant information.

Below is a list of what the states of the federation and the Federal Capital owed as at the last day of 2020.

 

 

    1. Abia            –      96,792,227.14

2 Adamawa                  –      109,420,356.20

3 Akwa Ibom               –      47,926,202.83

4 Anambra                  –      108,086,817.30

5 Bauchi                     –      134,910,555.23

6 Bayelsa                    –      62,971,785.96

7 Benue                      –      32,500,093.87

8 Borno                       –      20,806,178.11

9 Cross River               –      192,476,708.61

10 Delta                      –      62,056,418.73

11 Ebonyi                    –      65,949,828.67

12 Edo                        –      280,299,984.40

13 Ekiti                       –      103,033,894.97

14 Enugu                    –      124,238,597.23

15 Gombe                   –      192,476,708.61

16 Imo                        –      96,116,538.75

17 Jigawa                    –      30,918,542.26

18 Kaduna                  –      567,484,870.18

19 Kano                      –      68,402,315.69

20 Katsina                   –      56,176,014.33

21 Kebbi                      –      43,608,960.77

22 Kogi                        –      30,157,822.27

23 Kwara                     –      47,063,330.19

24 Lagos                     –      1,406,484,824.30

25 Nassarawa              –      58,590,484.12

26 Niger                      –      70,950,310.54

27 Ogun                      –      103,490,522.67

28 Ondo                      –      87,433,982.30

29 Osun                      –      107,440,069.62

30 Oyo                        –      83,700,232.50

31 Plateau                   –      37,923,856.78

32 Rivers                     –      96,696,928.15

33 Sokoto                    –      37,512,923.17

34 Taraba                    –      20,794,912.81

35 Yobe                       –      26,553,798.34

36 Zamfara                  –      32,084,664.68

37 FCT                        –      30,099,692.77

Total State & FCT        –      4,773,631,955.06

 

 

Source: Debt Management Office as at December 31, 2020

 

 

Post Author: Dayo Emmanuel