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Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by scholes0(m): 9:20am On Apr 15, 2016
This is the latest report by the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics on the amount of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) by Nigerian states for the 2015 fiscal economic year.
Again, It's me Scholes0, Your Nairaland Statistician General

State Rank: ---------: Amount in ₦
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1: Lagos State: 268,224,782,435
2: Rivers State: 82,101,298,408
3: Delta State: 40,805,656,911
4: Ogun State: 34,596,446,519
5: Edo State: 19,117,468,369
6: Enugu State: 18,081,014,527
7: Oyo State: 15,663,514,824
8: A/Ibom State: 14,791,175,253
9: Anambra State: 14,791,175,253
10: Kano State: 13,611,853,935
11: Cross River State: 13,567,122,507
12: Abia State: 13,349,444,263
13: Kaduna State: 11,536,729,988
14: Ondo State: 10,098,000,000
15: Bayelsa State: 8,713,516,526
16: Osun State: 8,072,966,446
17: Benue State: 7,631,789,841
18: Kwara State: 7,178,922,182
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19: Plateau State: 6,937,349,802
20: Kogi State: 6,776,580,756
21: Sokoto State: 6,224,448,122
22: Niger State: 5,975,149,921
23: Katsina State: 5,791,008,741
24: Imo State: 5,472,581,634
25: Bauchi State: 5,393,721,996
26: Jigawa State: 5,081,424,105
27: Gombe State: 4,784,605,861
28: Adamawa State: 4,451,736,117
29: Nasarawa State: 4,281,701,806
30: Taraba State: 4,155,053,816
31: Kebbi State: 3,592,406,108
32: Borno State: 3,530,261,222
33: Ekiti State: 3,297,707,703
34: Zamfara State: 2,741,632,541
35: Yobe State: 2,251,330,427
36: Ebonyi State: No Data for 2015
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TOTAL: (2014):707,857,998,395.88
(2015): 682,671,578,878.52
IGR Growth difference 2014/2015 -3.69%

Source Nigeria Bureau of Statistics website
Download Page: http://www.nigerianstat.gov.ng/report/387

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by TANTUMERGO007: 9:23am On Apr 15, 2016
grin

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Sunnynwa: 9:25am On Apr 15, 2016
Chai, Imo state fall my hand. Abagworo, any explanation?

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by scholes0(m): 9:27am On Apr 15, 2016
Regional Analysis breakdown.

Since Ebonyi has no 2015 figures, Her 2014 figures of IGR (11,032,472,512) are used in this calculation..

South West Total = 339,953,417,927
Lagos Alone = 268,224,782,435

South South Total = 179,096,237,974

South East Total = 62,726,688,189
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North West Total = 48,579,503,540

North Central Total = 38,781,494,308

North East Total = 26,117,872,322


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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by skilfulsagei(m): 9:28am On Apr 15, 2016
Hmmmmm. See Ekiti state

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by iykebest1(m): 9:28am On Apr 15, 2016
Ezigbo asi ocha!

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by RockHard: 9:29am On Apr 15, 2016
Nice. These numbers show an improvement for some states but there's still more room for improvement. Good to see that Ogun has moved to the top 5.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by scholes0(m): 9:36am On Apr 15, 2016
Fayose is a blight to the South Western region.
I am ashamed for Ekiti.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Amberon11: 9:42am On Apr 15, 2016
what about oil money? I guess its not part of IGR, yh?

meanwhile, if your state is below Borno, just take heart.

SS always representing.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by boujaye: 9:45am On Apr 15, 2016
scholes0:
Fayose is a blight to the South Western region.
I am ashamed for Ekiti.
Why are you shamed? Does Ekiti people like paying tax? The present tax on private schools introduced by
Fayose is presently being opposed. The end result is where you see Ekiti on the statistic table

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by ZKOSOSO(m): 9:46am On Apr 15, 2016
Fayose. Really try. Imagine a state like Ekiti that was fully ra.ped by Tinubu and his boys for years in ACN........ can still push down Zamfara and Yobe!

It's not easy........

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by coolitempa(f): 9:46am On Apr 15, 2016
Just looking at that fayose state...hopeless noisemaker holding our people down with backward politics... angry...fayose must go... angry

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by ki02020(m): 9:49am On Apr 15, 2016
Kai...Ogun IGR is over x3 of that of kaduna...I still feel ogun has not taken full advantage of proximity to lagos they can do more

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by scholes0(m): 9:49am On Apr 15, 2016
Biggest Gainers 2015 :[/b]
1: Ogun : +49.42%
2: Anambra : +29.32%
3: Borno : +21.80%
4: Edo : +10.95%
5: Bauchi : +10.02%%
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Biggest Loosers 2015 :
1: Kwara : -73.57%
2: Imo : -48.30%
3: Yobe : -36.53%
4: Bayelsa : -25.76%
5: Jigawa : -23.46%
6: Plateau : -19.42%
7: Ondo : -16.05%
8: Cross River : -16.01%

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by ki02020(m): 9:52am On Apr 15, 2016
ZKOSOSO:
Fayose. Really try. Imagine a state like Ekiti that was fully ra.ped by Tinubu and his boys for years in ACN........ can still push down Zamfara and Yobe!

It's not easy........

Well done..keep on celebrating failure

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by TheArchangel(f): 9:56am On Apr 15, 2016
scholes0:
[b]Biggest Gainers 2015 : [/b]
1: Ogun : +49.42%
2: Anambra : +29.32%
3: Borno : +21.80%
4: Edo : +10.95%
5: Bauchi : +10.02%%
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Biggest Loosers 2015 :
1: Kwara : -73.57%
2: Imo : -48.30%
3: Yobe : -36.53%
4: Bayelsa : -25.76%
5: Jigawa : -23.46%
6: Plateau : -19.42%
7: Ondo : -16.05%
8: Cross River : -16.01%
What's Borneo doing right?? I mean with BH and shits, they have +21.80% increase. Quite incredible and applaudable.
A nice place being rubbished by sociopaths, psychopaths and their mothers/fathers.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by ki02020(m): 9:57am On Apr 15, 2016
scholes0:
[b]Biggest Gainers 2015 : [/b]
1: Ogun : +49.42%
2: Anambra : +29.32%
3: Borno : +21.80%
4: Edo : +10.95%
5: Bauchi : +10.02%%
____________________________

Biggest Loosers 2015 :
1: Kwara : -73.57%
2: Imo : -48.30%
3: Yobe : -36.53%
4: Bayelsa : -25.76%
5: Jigawa : -23.46%
6: Plateau : -19.42%
7: Ondo : -16.05%
8: Cross River : -16.01%


Kwara no try at all...osun case not so bad afterall

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by TheArchangel(f): 9:57am On Apr 15, 2016
scholes0:
[b]Biggest Gainers 2015 : [/b]
1: Ogun : +49.42%
2: Anambra : +29.32%
3: Borno : +21.80%
4: Edo : +10.95%
5: Bauchi : +10.02%%
____________________________

Biggest Loosers 2015 :
1: Kwara : -73.57%
2: Imo : -48.30%
3: Yobe : -36.53%
4: Bayelsa : -25.76%
5: Jigawa : -23.46%
6: Plateau : -19.42%
7: Ondo : -16.05%
8: Cross River : -16.01%
What's Borno doing right?? I mean with BH and shits, they have +21.80% increase. Quite incredible and applaudable.
A nice place being rubbished by sociopaths, psychopaths and their mothers/fathers.
Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by scholes0(m): 9:57am On Apr 15, 2016
TheArchangel:
What's Borneo doing right?? I mean with BH and shits, they have +21.80% increase. Quite incredible and applaudable.
A nice place being rubbished by sociopaths, psychopaths and their mothers/fathers.

That is recovery growth you are seeing in Borno.
Since the activities of boko Haram has dropped significantly from late last year, into this year.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Amberon11: 9:58am On Apr 15, 2016
the only reason that of Rivers state isn't higher is simple: tax evasion.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Sunnynwa: 10:00am On Apr 15, 2016
scholes0:
This is the latest report by the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics on the amount of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) by Nigerian states for the 2015 fiscal economic year.
Again, It's me Scholes0, Your Nairaland Statistician General

State Rank: ---------: Amount in ₦
_________________________________________

1: Lagos State: 268,224,782,435
2: Rivers State: 82,101,298,408
3: Delta State: 40,805,656,911
4: Ogun State: 34,596,446,519
5: Edo State: 19,117,468,369
6: Enugu State: 18,081,014,527
7: Oyo State: 15,663,514,824
8: A/Ibom State: 14,791,175,253
9: Anambra State: 14,791,175,253
10: Kano State: 13,611,853,935
11: Cross River State: 13,567,122,507
12: Abia State: 13,349,444,263
13: Kaduna State: 11,536,729,988
14: Ondo State: 10,098,000,000
15: Bayelsa State: 8,713,516,526
16: Osun State: 8,072,966,446
17: Benue State: 7,631,789,841
18: Kwara State: 7,178,922,182
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19: Plateau State: 6,937,349,802
20: Kogi State: 6,776,580,756
21: Sokoto State: 6,224,448,122
22: Niger State: 5,975,149,921
23: Katsina State: 5,791,008,741
24: Imo State: 5,472,581,634
25: Bauchi State: 5,393,721,996
26: Jigawa State: 5,081,424,105
27: Gombe State: 4,784,605,861
28: Adamawa State: 4,451,736,117
29: Nasarawa State: 4,281,701,806
30: Taraba State: 4,155,053,816
31: Kebbi State: 3,592,406,108
32: Borno State: 3,530,261,222
33: Ekiti State: 3,297,707,703
34: Zamfara State: 2,741,632,541
35: Yobe State: 2,251,330,427
36: Ebonyi State: No Data for 2015
_______________________________________

TOTAL: (2014):707,857,998,395.88
(2015): 682,671,578,878.52
IGR Growth difference 2014/2015 -3.69%

Source Nigeria Bureau of Statistics website
Download Page: http://www.nigerianstat.gov.ng/report/387

Akwa Ibom and Anambra generated same amount.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Goke7: 10:05am On Apr 15, 2016
Impressive from Ogun state, taking advantage of its proximity to Lagos, am also impressed with Anambra state.

Just shows if our states govt can push more, there will be more development across the nation

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Ariani: 10:05am On Apr 15, 2016
Akwa Ibom has exactly the same figure as Anambra, how possible is that?

A typo perhaps?

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Nelkoko: 10:06am On Apr 15, 2016
Dancing 4 my plateau

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by PAINGAIN: 10:15am On Apr 15, 2016
Impressed with anambra the most. This obiano is really trying. I have appreciate peter obi for this man and also obiano for what he has done so far. God is really with anambrarians.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Kyase(m): 10:15am On Apr 15, 2016
Nelkoko:
Dancing 4 my plateau
Middle belt not doing bad after all.....

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Ariani: 10:20am On Apr 15, 2016
Edo punching above her weight

Imo under APC a disgrace to Ndiigbo, she is now competing with Northern states on the bottom of the ladder
Expect Ebonyi to make the top ten, once she releases her figures

Kano heavily dependent on one Nigeria, look at how little they generate internally despite huge population, yet they receive lots of allocation from the FG.

Ogun benefiting immensely from proximity to Lagos.

Rivers underperforming too.

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Pavore9: 10:20am On Apr 15, 2016
IGR reflects the capacity of Governors to harness what is within their control. Noise making do not increase revenue but intellect do!

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by YourNemesis: 10:25am On Apr 15, 2016
OMG!, I am so happy for Ogun....
Can't hold my emotions....



We have come a long way, and I hope to see her in the top3 in coming years ....

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by uduak2016: 10:30am On Apr 15, 2016
YourNemesis:
OMG!, I am so happy for Ogun....
Can't hold my emotions....



We have come a long way, and I hope to see her in the top3 in coming years ....

Lol

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Re: Nigerian States By Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) - 2015 by Presidiotbuhari: 10:40am On Apr 15, 2016
scholes0:
This is the latest report by the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics on the amount of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) by Nigerian states for the 2015 fiscal economic year.
Again, It's me Scholes0, Your Nairaland Statistician General

State Rank: ---------: Amount in ₦
_________________________________________
9: Anambra State: 14,791,175,253

16: Osun State: 8,072,966,446
TOTAL
:
(2014):707,857,998,395.88
(2015): 682,671,578,878.52
IGR Growth difference 2014/2015 -3.69%

Source Nigeria Bureau of Statistics website
Download Page: http://www.nigerianstat.gov.ng/report/387
Hehehe, so osun state IGR is no longer bigger than the entire southeast states put together, according to gbawe, aresa, demdem and mayoroflagos?............breeze don blow and fowl nyash don open...lol

"Even ordinary anambra", in the voice of gbawe has a better IGR than the almighty state of USUNISTAN.................laughing in cantonese.... Muhehehehhohohahamumukikikoko

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