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by YWriter Mambilla power projects conceived 45 years ago, and abandoned at various times is to receive a budgetary boost of N9.8bn . The hydro power project is located in Taraba and it is capable of generating over 3,050 megawatts...
by Ajadi Daniel 2018 proposed budget stands at N8.612 trillion Capital Expenditure in the 2018 proposed budget is 30.8 percent of the entire budget, it stands at N2.652 trillion, the key capital spending in the budget on sectoral basis are: Power,...
by Opeoluwa Quadri The President presented the proposed 2018 budget to a joint sitting of the National Assembly yesterday. The budget is tagged the budget of consolidation. Here is the key figures of the proposed budget in brief. Budget estimate: N8.612...
by YWriter Project title Agency Cost Fishery and aquaculture development and youth empowerment in Ogbaru, Anambra state NIFF, New Bossa/Ministry of Agric 75,000,000 Construction of 3 NOS motorized boreholes in Warri, federal constituency Rural Development/Ministry Agric 27,000,000 Entrepreneurship Management skill development for cassava value chain for the youths of...
by Chinedu Brown The question is whether these states can justify the allocations they received. Apart from these most of these states are over reliant on federal allocation to the point that they generate low IGR within their states. Most...
by YWriter This is the consensus reached by voters on a poll conducted on the issue by YMonitor. The poll was based on a thread on twitter by YMonitor which revealed the amount each of the states received as federal...
by YWriter S/N States Federation Account Allocation (FAA) 2016. # 1 Lagos 178,606,493,854.14 2 Ogun 57,362,408,575.36 3 Rivers 134,870,667,278.36 4 Edo 59,278,008,837.96 5 Kwara 49,222,542,289.48 6 Delta 126,621,398,438.93 7 Kano 111,380,002,329.61 8 Cross River 55,771,945,495.55 9 Enugu 56,123,326,156.66 10 Oyo 80,349,610,722.30 11 Abia 54,400,939,511.55 12 Kaduna 78,554,203,037.18 13 Plateau 57,794,404,593.55 14 Akwa Ibom 150,238,498,696.05 15 Kogi 63,998,636,681.55 16 Osun 62,985,226,855.55 17 Benue 69,928,787,692.35 18 Bauchi 68,136,764,933.47 19 Ondo 70,343,574,708.16 20 Taraba 52,769,573,806.68 21 Adamawa 58,489,518,680.81 22 Zamfara 53,119,877,025.68 23 Imo 67,717,778,855.94 24 Niger 70,831,185,155.64 25 Bayelsa 99,291,071,848.36 26 Nasarawa 47,554,540,407.21 27 Sokoto 65,979,243,303.62 28 Katsina 83,279,473,947.46 29 Ekiti 47,564,063,908.13 30 Gombe 46,952,352,244.00 31 Yobe 53,936,297,357.10 32 Jigawa 68,522,798,932.74 33 Kebbi 60,886,882,102.18 34 Ebonyi 46,665,951,480.45 35 Borno 73,800,935,256.90 36 Anambra 60,100,365,047.16 37 FCT 19,272,644,365.47 Total(States&LGCs) 2,662,701,994,413.30 Source: WWW.EconomicConfidential.com YMonitor Accountability Watch: Internally Generated Revenue of States in the year 2016 Ranking states by internally generated revenue and federal allocation in 2016
by Opeoluwa Quadri S/N States Population (based on 2006 census figures) Internally Generated Revenue (IGR for 2016, # 1 Lagos 9,113,605 302,425,091,964.78 2 Ogun 3,751,140 72,983,120,003.85 3 Rivers 5,198,716 85,287,038,971.02 4 Edo 3,233,366 23,041,425,599.71 5 Kwara 2,365,353 17,253,829,559.51 6 Delta 4,112,445 44,057,915,472.72 7 Kano 9,401,288 30,959,027,531.92 8 Cross River 2,892,988 14,776,808,331.83 9 Enugu 3,267,837 14,235,512,227.00 10 Oyo 5,580,894 18,879,084,132.00 11 Abia 2,845,380 12,694,839,539.40 12 Kaduna 6,113,503 17,051,864,537.13 13 Plateau 3,206,531 9,191,372,277.87 14 Akwa Ibom 3,902,051 23,269,750,752.08 15 Kogi 3,314,043 9,569,124,487.16 16 Osun 3,416,959 8,884,756,040.35 17 Benue 4,253,641 9,556,495,064.33 18 Bauchi 4,653,066 8,677,265,878.00 19 Ondo 3,460,877 8,684,406,578.63 20 Taraba 2,294,800 5,895,538,974.32 21 Adamawa 3,178,950 5,788,979,592.34 22 Zamfara 3,278,873 4,777,169,537.80 23 Imo 3,927,563 5,871,026,976.75 24 Niger 4,112,445 5,881,584,409.47 25 Bayelsa 1,704,515 7,905,458,280.30 26 Nasarawa 1,704,515 3,402,616,062.14 27 Sokoto 3,702,676 4,545,765,527.76 28 Katsina 5,801,584 5,545,900,833.33 29 Ekiti 2,398,957 2,991,041,855.48 30 Gombe 2,365,040 2,941,438,110.63 31 Yobe 2,321,339 3,240,867,567.79 32 Jigawa 4,361,002 3,535,349,908.61 33 Kebbi 3,256,541 3,132,343,261.58 34 Ebonyi 2,176,947 2,342,092,225.07 35 Borno 4,171,104 2,675,723,063.89 36 Anambra 4,177,828 -- 37 FCT 1,406,239     Total   801,951,625,136.55 Source: WWW.EconomicConfidential.com
by Ajadi Daniel Thirty six states generated N801bn of IGR in the year 2016 as against N2.6trn they got from Federation Account in the same year; this is based on a report by Economic Confidential. The magazine reported that “Lagos...

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