Nigeria: Domestic debt stock increased to ₦54.1 trillion in Q2 2023

Nigeria has added ₦23.9 trillion to the debt it owes creditors within the country as of Q2 2023. As of June 2023, the country's domestic debt had risen from ₦30.2 trillion in March to ₦54.1 trillion, a 79% increase.

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