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FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by alphonsojaybaz: 1:31am On May 21, 2019
FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months
Source: https://eyesoflagos.com/2019/05/20/fg-rakes-in-n393-7bn-from-vat-in-4-months/

In the first four months of this year, the federal government generated the sum of N393.799billion from Value Added Tax (VAT), Eyes Of Lagos can authoritatively report. The amount, however. showed that the government did not meet the targeted revenue for the period by N128.670billion. Official data released by the government at the weekend indicated a deficit of N128.670billion of the amount budgeted for each of the months and the actual collection from January to April 2019. A breakdown of the VAT pool account showed that N100.759billion was realised by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in January while the sum of N104.468billion was posted as VAT revenue for February. The VAT income reported by the revenue agencies took a bearish form from its peak in February, resulting in the actual collection of N96.389billion and N92.181billion in March and April 2019 respectively. According to the Planning, Research and Statistics Department of FIRS, non-import (local) VAT collection for March amounted to N72.688billion. The details revealed that Lagos State topped the VAT collection chart with N44.168billion while the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja raked in N16.973billion. Oyo State had the second largest rate of non-import VAT collection of N2.144billion, followed by Kano and Rivers States which posted N1.180billion and N1.666billion correspondingly. Zamfara State recorded the lowest VAT collection in March as it contributed N2.834million into the VAT pool account with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The state, however, received the sum of N927.270million for the same. In February, Zamfara got N969.372million as revenue from VAT distribution from the Federation Account. Meanwhile, the federal government through the Federal Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) has deducted the sum of N770.424million from 11 states for the repayment of the bailout funds, they got between 2015 and 2017 to repay workers’ salaries. The states and the amount deducted from their accounts are; Benue N139.538million, Cross River N38.551million, Ebonyi N30.761million, Gombe N53.983million, Kogi N89.972million, Nasarawa N39.238million, Ogun 115.776million, Ondo N47.177million, Osun N82.028 million, Oyo N83.688million, and Sokoto N35.989million. The administration of President Muhammadu Buhari had given the sum of N1.75 trillion to the states as extra-statutory allocation known as bailout, according to data released by BudgIT, a research organisation. The loan which is to be repaid at nine per cent interest rate was to enable the states clear salary arrears at the time they were facing fiscal strains to meet their obligations to their workers. …Spends N37.543bn on foreign loans Similarly, all the 36 states of the federation, the federal government, and the FCT spent a total of N37.543billion on foreign loan servicing in March 2019. The chunk part of the money, N34.543billion, was paid by the federal government while all the states and the FCT jointly paid N3.175billion to service their foreign loans.

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by leo1234(m): 4:19am On May 21, 2019
Official data released by the government at the weekend indicated a deficit of N128.670billion of the amount budgeted for each of the months and the actual collection from January to April 2019.

Hope they are not planning to increase VAT. shocked

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by Chinashopping84: 4:19am On May 21, 2019
Good.Hope this won't be another reason why this people in power will increase it.

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by QueenVaji: 4:53am On May 21, 2019
Muda fakas... All that money and nothing to show for it... We are all zombies in this country... Tufiakwa

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by Nobody: 4:53am On May 21, 2019
How are they going to borrow next week?
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by MANNABBQGRILLS: 4:59am On May 21, 2019
Slow and steady we will get to a New Nigeria we voted for.

All the wasted and looted years of our darling nation will be forgotten BGG.

God bless our darling President MUHAMMADU BUHARI.

God bless Nigeria.

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by ebuk4real(m): 4:59am On May 21, 2019
grin grin
And the northern States breaking bottles of beers will also get a share of this vat money abi?

Funny country..

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by anambraamaka: 5:00am On May 21, 2019
How will it affect the common man
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by AkataYeriYeri: 5:01am On May 21, 2019
This can only happen uner sai baba watch .
ebuk4real:
grin grin
And the northern States breaking bottles of beers will also get a share of this vat money abi?

Funny country..
Another attention seeking mofo on the loose
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by Studyinchina200(m): 5:05am On May 21, 2019
So why we still borrowing?
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by x6blade(m): 5:11am On May 21, 2019
Country that doesn't know the importance of tax , politicians in Nigeria think taxes are for personal use hence you as a citizen don't even feel the benefit of the taxes you gave

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by mrnigerdelta: 5:56am On May 21, 2019
Zamfara state contributed 2million & got 900million. Nigeria is a fraud of monumental proportion

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by okosodo: 6:02am On May 21, 2019
Wait until they donate all the monies to boko haram and fulani herdsmen under the the guise of fighting insecurity
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by streets2empire: 6:51am On May 21, 2019
Very poor indeed from Firs. How are they going to meet up the N8 thrillion($22 billion) Target if they only generated N400 billion in 4 months. Going by this they will make only N1.2 thrillion at the end of the year.
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by jadeliyi(m): 7:13am On May 21, 2019
state should be allowed to generate their own tax and pays 15% to the federal govt.imagine zamfara bring 2.834milion and taking 969.376milion it's injustice.
Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by miketayo(m): 7:26am On May 21, 2019
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Slow and steady we will get to a New Nigeria we voted for.

All the wasted and looted years of our darling nation will be forgotten BGG.

God bless our darling President MUHAMMADU BUHARI.

God bless Nigeria.

I like your spirit

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by MANNABBQGRILLS: 1:10pm On May 21, 2019
miketayo:


I like your spirit
God bless you sir!

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Re: FG Rakes In N393.7bn From VAT In 4 Months by MeeLan: 1:14pm On May 21, 2019
we are over taxed in this country.

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