The House of Representatives on Wednesday assented to the $5.513 billion foreign loan request by President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Senate approved the loan request last week.
This means all three loan requests by the president before the National Assembly have been passed by both Houses.
Last month, both Houses approved an ₦850 billion borrowing request made by the President, which is to be sourced from domestic markets “to fund critical capital projects in the 2020 budget.”
Another $22.7 billion foreign loan which was approved by the Senate in March was, last week, approved by the House of Representatives.
The newly assented $5.513 billion foreign loans are the latest of the string of loans eyed by the federal government.
Nigeria’s debt profile, as of September 30, 2019, was ₦26.2 trillion. Of this amount, total domestic debts is about ₦18 trillion, or 68.45 per cent. About ₦8 trillion are owed to foreign lenders.