The Federal Government has offered for subscription of two-year savings bond at 11.74 per cent and three-year savings bond at 12.74 per cent per annum, the Debt Management Office (DMO) has said.
According to the offer circular obtained from the DMO website on Monday, the two-year bond will be due in May 2021, while the three-year bond will be due in May 2022.
It, however, did not state how much was offered, but added that the maximum subscription was N50 million at N1, 000 per unit, subject to minimum subscription of N5, 000 and in multiples of N1, 000.
The website said that the bond was fully backed by the full faith and credit of the Federal Government, with quarterly coupon payments to bondholders.
The savings bond issuance was expected to help finance the nation’s budget deficit.
It is also part of the Federal Government’s programme targeted at the lower income earners to encourage savings and also earn more income (interest), compared to their savings accounts with banks.
The circular also disclosed that the offer would close on Friday.
You may be interested
Ex-governors retiring to Senate are unproductive – Senator NwoguWebby - May 19, 2019
Senator Nkechi Nwogu, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has taken a swipe at the former State governors…
Electric cars: What Dino Melaye did to Ben Bruce – Shehu SaniWebby - May 19, 2019
The lawmaker representing Kaduna Central district at the National Assembly, Shehu Sani, has revealed what happened to Senator Ben Murray…