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FG, States, LGs, Share 1 trillion Naira

After routine deductions of 13.94 billion Naira, The Federal Government of Nigeria recieved 261 billion Naira, the 36 States of Nigeria recieved 326.36 billion Naira collectively, the Federal Capital Territory councils recieved 5.2 billion Naira, the Nigerian Customs Service recieved 2.5 billion Naira, and the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) recieved 6.5 billion Naira for the month of September. Oil producing States recieved more funds as compared to non oil-producing States; Akwa Ibom State recieved 21.8 billion Naira, Rivers State recieved 21.4 billion Naira, Delta State recieved 20.1 billion Naira, Bayelsa State recieved 13.2 billion Naira, Lagos State recieved 15.7 billion Naira, Kano State recieved 13.4 billion Naira, Gombe State recieved 5.5 billion Naira, Nasarawa State recieved 5 billion Naira, Ebonyi State recieved 4.8 billion Naira, Ekiti State recieved 5.6 billion Naira, the Excess Crude Account recieved 323 billion Naira, and the Non-Oil Excess Revenue Account recieved 2.8 billion Naira for the Month of September. What are you thinking?

5 Responses to “FG, States, LGs, Share 1 trillion Naira”

  1. Marv says:

    That’s way more cevler than I was expecting. Thanks!

  2. How mouch is alocated to they masses and able uneployment nigerian knows this amount remain and shared within the benificiaries.think twice.


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