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FG releases net revenues of 36 states from May 1999 to December 2017

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The federal government has released the net revenues, as well as the gross allocation, of the thirty-six state governments according to their geo-political zones and Local Government Areas, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

The released data covers the period of May 1999 to December 2017.

The office of the Vice President made disclosure on Wednesday in a statement made available to ElombahNews.

Below are the net revenues of the 36 state governments and Local Government Areas) + The FCT from May 1999 to December 2017:

Top ten states

  1. Rivers – N3.12 trillion
  2. Akwa Ibom – N3.12 trillion
  3. Delta – N2.61 trillion
  4. Lagos – N2.09 trillion
  5. Bayelsa – N1.93 trillion
  6. Kano – N1.89 trillion
  7. Katsina – N1.40 trillion
  8. Oyo – N1.32 trillion
  9. Kaduna- N1.29 trillion
  10. Borno – N1.26 trillion

Gross allocation to the 36 state governments plus The FCT (May 1999 – December 2017):

  1. North Central – N4.31 trillion
  2. North East – N3.63 trillion
  3. North West – N4.84 trillion
  4. South East – 3.0 trillion
  5. South South – N10.92 trillion
  6. South West – N4.65 trillion

Net revenue allocation to the North-Central Zone, May 1999 – December 2017)

North Central – N6.747 trillion:

  1. Benue – N1.10tn
  2. FCT – N990.4bn
  3. Kogi – N1.02tn
  4. Kwara – N833.09bn
  5. Nasarawa – N749.36bn
  6. Niger – N1.16tn
  7. Plateau – N890.26bn

Net revenue allocation to the North-East Zone, May 1999 – December 2017)

North East – N5.583 trillion:

  1. Adamawa – N998.56bn
  2. Bauchi – N1.13tn
  3. Borno – N1.26tn
  4. Gombe – N726.65bn
  5. Taraba – N908.38bn
  6. Yobe – N918.57bn

Net revenue allocation to the North West Zone, May 1999 – December 2017)

North West – N8.721 trillion:

  1. Jigawa – N1.17tn
  2. Kaduna – N1.29tn
  3. Kano – N1.89tn
  4. Katsina – N1.40tn
  5. Kebbi – N1.00tn
  6. Sokoto – N1.09tn
  7. Zamfara – N873.52bn

Net revenue allocation to the South-East Zone, May 1999 – December 2017)

  1. South East – N5.583 trillion:
  2. Abia – N929.72bn
  3. Anambra – N1.02tn
  4. Ebonyi – N725.56bn
  5. Enugu – N903.19bn
  6. Imo – N1.14tn

Net revenue allocation to the South-South Zone, May 1999 – December 2017)

  1. South South – N12.672 trillion:
  2. Akwa Ibom – N3.12tn
  3. Bayelsa – N1.93tn
  4. Cross river – N904.09bn
  5. Delta – N2.61tn
  6. Edo – N986.47bn
  7. Rivers – N3.12tn

Net revenue allocation to the South-West Zone, May 1999 – December 2017)

South West – N7.288 trillion:

  1. Ekiti – N748.04bn
  2. Lagos – N2.09tn
  3. Ogun – N944.52
  4. Ondo – N1.23tn
  5. Osun – N961.58bn
  6. Oyo – N1.32tn

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