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Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by 19Ebisco: 6:59am On Oct 27, 2018
The Kogi State government has made public its September allocation from the Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC).

The state government said in a statement yesterday that the action was in line with the transparency policy of the Governor Yahaya Bello administration.

The state commissioner of finance and economic development, Asiwaju Idris Asiru, told journalists shortly after the September allocation meeting held on October 26, 2018, that details of the allocations were open for public scrutiny.

Based on the information, the state’s gross allocation stood at N3,893,200,763.94 billion. N547,311,113.27 million was deducted from the gross receipt, leaving the state with a net SRA of N3,345,889,650.67.

A total of N808,623,556.85 million was received as income from the statutory Value Added Tax (VAT). Excess gain charges allocation amounted to N1,883,394.32, while

Bank charges were put at a total sum of N34,287,809.24 million only, resulting in a total of N4,190,684,411.08 billion.

All the local governments of the state received a revenue of N2,922,705,716.4 billion. Deductions came up to N89,972,595.51million, while the Net SRA scaled to N2,832,733,120.90 billion, with a VAT of 553,917,494.80.

Excess gain, according to the details provided by Asiru, amounted to N1,413,902.77 million, a total of bank charges of N25,740,562.11 million. The accumulated revenue was put at N3,413,805,080.58 billion.

The commissioner said the state government would continue to exhibit probity and transparency in handling the finances of the state, just as he assured civil servants and pensioners in the state that their salaries and pensions would be paid next week.

He thanked the civil servants and pensioners for their patience and understanding, saying the state government will also continue to fund projects that have direct bearing on the citizens of the state.

https://www.mcebisco.com.ng/2018/10/kogi-state-gets-n4bn-sept-allocation.html

Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by landmark86: 7:03am On Oct 27, 2018
And people are clamouring for youth to rule,
Is Yaya Bello not a youth?
What an opportunist person in the post of a governor but what is the out come, failure in every area.
What will need is someone with God's heart irrespective of the age and tribe.
Kogi remain one of the poorest state in Nigeria when their governor is the most failure so far from APC follow by Fatai Ahmed of Kwara State.
I pray the people of Kogi choice wisely come 2019 or still remain in bondage till 2023.

I no Nigeria will rise again

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by YoungCeo91(m): 7:04am On Oct 27, 2018
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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by MrWondah(m): 7:05am On Oct 27, 2018
I don't have anything to say so let me derail the thread.
Extraspicy means too much spice
Why does extraordinary not mean too much ordinary?
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by OPAUGBEE(m): 7:05am On Oct 27, 2018
Bello
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by yemaldo(m): 7:05am On Oct 27, 2018
Too late, yaya really spoil market for APC, this man does not deserve second term

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by FRESHG(m): 7:05am On Oct 27, 2018
angry
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by yanuz(m): 7:05am On Oct 27, 2018
C nose abeg

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by kunlexbaba2017: 7:05am On Oct 27, 2018
Atikulating
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Edoloaded: 7:06am On Oct 27, 2018
So a whole State cant even find a way to generate revenue for it self a pay workers salary.


This Dependency on FG allocation is too much for Christ sake........
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by olaagbalagba: 7:06am On Oct 27, 2018
Yaya Pay o

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by tunary(m): 7:06am On Oct 27, 2018
I hate this governor like shit

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Calyb(m): 7:06am On Oct 27, 2018
So u must go out and tell the world you are about paying us pea nut for work done......

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by iriakanns: 7:06am On Oct 27, 2018
herod yahaya bello would squander this money on buhari's ré-election. tyrrant!

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Beremx(f): 7:06am On Oct 27, 2018
Stupid governor

The most stupid governor in Nigeria

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by ezefrank87(m): 7:07am On Oct 27, 2018
Shame to youthful political aspiration in Nigeria
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by igwefivestar(m): 7:07am On Oct 27, 2018
19Ebisco:
The Kogi State government has made public its September allocation from the Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC).

The state government said in a statement yesterday that the action was in line with the transparency policy of the Governor Yahaya Bello administration.

The state commissioner of finance and economic development, Asiwaju Idris Asiru, told journalists shortly after the September allocation meeting held on October 26, 2018, that details of the allocations were open for public scrutiny.

Based on the information, the state’s gross allocation stood at N3,893,200,763.94 billion. N547,311,113.27 million was deducted from the gross receipt, leaving the state with a net SRA of N3,345,889,650.67.

A total of N808,623,556.85 million was received as income from the statutory Value Added Tax (VAT). Excess gain charges allocation amounted to N1,883,394.32, while

Bank charges were put at a total sum of N34,287,809.24 million only, resulting in a total of N4,190,684,411.08 billion.

All the local governments of the state received a revenue of N2,922,705,716.4 billion. Deductions came up to N89,972,595.51million, while the Net SRA scaled to N2,832,733,120.90 billion, with a VAT of 553,917,494.80.

Excess gain, according to the details provided by Asiru, amounted to N1,413,902.77 million, a total of bank charges of N25,740,562.11 million. The accumulated revenue was put at N3,413,805,080.58 billion.

The commissioner said the state government would continue to exhibit probity and transparency in handling the finances of the state, just as he assured civil servants and pensioners in the state that their salaries and pensions would be paid next week.

He thanked the civil servants and pensioners for their patience and understanding, saying the state government will also continue to fund projects that have direct bearing on the citizens of the state.

https://www.mcebisco.com.ng/2018/10/kogi-state-gets-n4bn-sept-allocation.html
ok
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by princeade86(m): 7:07am On Oct 27, 2018
if he will pay. a single person holding people hostage.
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Onlinealaba(m): 7:08am On Oct 27, 2018
In 2019 we are still having issues with paying of salary and you are expecting us to match up with big countries like China , US and the rest..we still have a looooong way to go. congrats to kogi workers they will have every reason to smile in the coming festive season

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Pavore9: 7:08am On Oct 27, 2018
Bello is now forming transparency.
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by yesloaded: 7:08am On Oct 27, 2018
this is what you get when you give important post to someone who's not prepared or fit.

I see no reason why government workers should be suffering
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Tobyarab(m): 7:09am On Oct 27, 2018
Kogi? Transparency? Since when? Elections are around the corner and all these candidates are doing things out of their character just to fool the electorate. People are wiser now though.

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Felicity1070(m): 7:09am On Oct 27, 2018
Useless set of people. D worst governor in history
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by AGNESikpuNNU(f): 7:10am On Oct 27, 2018
Beremx:
Stupid governor

The most stupid governor in Nigeria



Dude is a very DUMB CROOK ... never seen a brainless criminal minded dumb fvck like Bello. Kogi State is in the hands of a pure first class nitwit. APC keeps giving Nigeria degenerates as leaders. God forbid bad thing ... this APC era can only be likened to the dark ages when think about dump fvck criminals like BUHARI, ADEOSU, TINUBU, ROCHAS, SHITTU, OBONO OBLAI, LAI, BABACHAIR, MAGUN, I.G, DUBAI BURANTAI, GANDUJE, EL REFAI, MAINA, OKONG ABAN etc

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by DEHVEHLOP(m): 7:10am On Oct 27, 2018
Yahaya Bello... The best!





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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by arabbunkum: 7:12am On Oct 27, 2018
Extra stupid governor. See his face like a slowpoke
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by Abdul9025(m): 7:12am On Oct 27, 2018
He need reelection thats why smiley smiley
Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by boxypane(m): 7:13am On Oct 27, 2018
This is what we heard when allocations was released for June, July, august, September, now October!!! Is next week the 8th day of the week?
That Pharaoh of a governor needs to boiled alive.

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Re: Kogi State Gets N4bn Sept Allocation, Begins Salary Payment Next Week by pawesome(m): 7:14am On Oct 27, 2018
Can a governor be this useless

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