The immediate past Director General of the Debt Management Office in Nigeria, Dr Abraham Nwankwo, has admonished African leaders to initiate robust macroeconomic, transformation plans to drive debt-financed sustainable economic growth and prosperity. Speaking on the topic “Sapping Africa’s Debt Financing Strategy: Removing Some Mental Cobwebs”, at the Fourth London Stock Exchange LSEG Africa Advisory Group (LAAG) Meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, Nwankwo said such a transformation plan is needed as a formal policy document,…
Dr. Abraham Nwankwo, the immediate past Director General of Nigeria’s Debt Management Office, DMO, on Monday delivered a public lecture on sustainable funding of education in the country at Bayero University Kano, Kano state. The lecture which held at the Musa Abdullahi Auditorium, with theme: ‘A Frame Work for Sustainable Funding of Education in Nigeria’, is hosted by Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Muhammad Yahuza Bello. At the lecture, Nwankwo identified ‘Weak Economy, Unreliable Funding Base, as some of…
The long anticipated classic African epic adventure movie, TATU, is set to premiere at the Eko Hotel Convention Centre on July 22. Adapted from a book written by Dr. Abraham E. Nwankwo, the recently retired Director General of the Debt Management Office, the suspense filled movie is centred on the conflict arising from a mother’s quest to have a child and all the complications that followed. The movie features some of the best crop of actors from Nollywood, to include Segun Arinze, Desmond Elliott, Toyin…
By the time Dr Abraham Nwankwo stepped down as the Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO) last week, the office had become one of the most critical institutions of the Federal Government driving the economic reform agenda of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.
The Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has approved the appointment of Mrs Patience Oniha as the new Director General of Debt Management Office (DMO). Minister of Finance Mrs Kemi Adeosun announced the appointment in Abuja, yesterday.
Nigeria raises $300 million through first Diaspora Bond
It is time again for Nigerians living abroad to think home. In the age of globalisation, Nigerians in the Diaspora do not have to return home to contribute to the development of their country. They can do so through several means and ways. And one of these is to subscribe to the Diaspora Bond issued by Nigeria’s Debt Management Office, DMO.
Financial literacy is abysmally low in Nigeria, and I am sure, as well as other African countries. It can never be taken for granted that an average Nigerian with some extra cash knows what to do beyond buying stuff or just throwing it in some bank accounts.
As a leap towards strengthening the recently launched Federal Government's Economy Recovery and Regeneration policy, the Debt Management Office (DMO), Abuja yesterday took President Muhammadu Buhari's campaign for new investment opportunity for all Nigerians to Ibadan, Oyo state capital. It is codenamed "Federal Government of Nigeria Savings Bond (FGNSB)".