The DMO, in a statement in Abuja on Saturday, announced the result and added that the bond would be due in 2025.
It said that the high success rate of the Sukuk, which is the second by the federal government, showed investors’ appetite for government securities.
The debt management office added that it showed the investors’ interest in the fact that the proceeds would be used to improve the state of road infrastructure in the country.
The bond, which is aimed at funding road infrastructure across the six geo-political zones, is payable semi-annually.
Subscription for the bond, which is guaranteed by government, closed on Monday.
The government, had in 2017, raised a N100 billion seven-year debut Sukuk bond for the financing of 25 road projects across the six geo-political zones of the country. (NAN)