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BreakingNews 20/10/17 - Nigeria: No cause for alarm over $5.5bn foreign loan - FG

BreakingNews 20/10/17 - Nigeria: No cause for alarm over $5.5bn foreign loan - FG

 
 

[ Masterweb Reports: Ismail Mudashir reports ] - The Federal Government yesterday justified its bid to take $5.5billion foreign loan to fund capital component of this year’s budget and refinance maturing domestic debts.
 
Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun defended the request of President Muhammadu Buhari to secure the loans during a public hearing organized by the Senate committee on local and foreign debts.
 
Buhari had in a letter dated October 4, requested the National Assembly approval to take the loan. Represented by the Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO), Patience Oniha, the minister said the loan will help increase the country’s foreign reserve and save N95bn annually on debt servicing.
 
She explained that $3bn of the loan was for the payment of local debts and that the remaining $2.5bn which has been approved in the 2017 budget was for capital projects.
 
On duration of the loan, she said, "From what we gathered it will take us between 5-30 years. If you are borrowing for capital, it should be for long time. The projects and it benefits are going to be for long time. In the 60s, the government borrowed for building of universities. So this is not first time".



 
Committee chairman, Senator Shehu Sani (APC, Kaduna) said all actions and decision on the loan will be responsibly done based on merit.
 
"It has become clear that if we must borrow, we must borrow responsibly. We cannot afford to mortgage the future of the unborn generation. If we must bequeath to the future generation a pile of debt, it must be justified with commensurate infrastructural proof of the value of the debt," he said.
 
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