NBS Here is the amount each Nigerian State generated in 2017

2017 state IGR figure hits N931.23 billion, 12. 03 percent rise from 2016 figure of N831.19 billion

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Here is the amount each Nigerian State generated in 2017 play

Dr Yemi Kale, Statistician General, NBS

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Nigeria's National Bureau of Statistics revealed that thirty-one (31) States recorded growth in Internal Generated Revenue while five (5) states which include (Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bauchi, Osun and Taraba) recorded a decline at the end of 2017 Fiscal Year.

The net Federal Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) allocation in the year 2017 is put at N1.73 trillion while the total revenue available to the states is put at N2.67 trillion.

The full year 2017 state IGR figure hits N931.23bn compared to N831.19bn recorded in the year 2016. This indicates a growth of 12.03% year on year.

According to the 2017 IGR report released by the Statistical Office, at the end of H2 2017, total revenue generated by states was put at N432.65 billion as against N409.09 billion in H1 2017.

Here is the amount each Nigerian State generated in 2017 play

2017 States IGR

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However, the value of foreign debt stands at $19.9bn while domestic debt hits N3.35 trillion at the end of 2017 full year respectively.

Here is the breakdown of 2017 IGR across the states

  1. Abia N14. 91 billion

  2. Adamawa N6.20 billion

  3. Akwa Ibom 15. 95 billion

  4. Anambra 17. 36 billion

  5. Bauchi N4. 36 billion

  6. Bayelsa N12.52 billion

  7. Benue N12. 39 billion

  8. Borno N4.98 billion

  9. Cross Rover N18.10 billion

  10. Delta N51.88 billion

  11. Ebonyi N5.10 billion

  12. Edo N25.34 billion

  13. Ekiti N4.96 billion

  14. Enugu N22.03 billion

  15. Gombe N5.27 billion

  16. Jigawa N6.65 billion

  17. Imo N6.85 billion

  18. Kaduna N26.53 billion

  19. Kano N42.41 billion

  20. Katsina N6.02 billion

  21. Kebbi N4.39 billion

  22. Kogi N11.24 billion

  23. Kwara N19.63 billion

  24. Lagos N333.96 billion

  25. Nasarawa N6.17 billion

  26. Niger N6.51 billion

  27. Ogun 74.83 billion

  28. Ondo N10.92 billion

  29. Osun N6.48 billion

  30. Oyo N22.44 billion

  31. Plateau N10.78 billion

  32. Rivers N89.48 billion

  33. Sokoto N9.01 billion

  34. Taraba N5.76 billion

  35. Yobe N3.59 billion

  36. Zamfara N6.02 billion

The report stated that the value of foreign debt stood at $19.9bn while domestic debt was N3.35tn at the end of 2017.

Recently, the Debt Management Office, DMO said the country’s debt profile stands at $70.92 billion as at 2017  few months after the country exited its worst economic recession in more than two decades.

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