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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by saintgp(m): 10:18am On Sep 12
90percent of the money was siphoned into d just concluded election/tribunal saga.
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by Kingbenn(m): 10:18am On Sep 12
the best way to curb corruption in our dear country is for the federal govt to stop feeding these mumu called governors because its high time they feed themselves too

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by Kapeter(m): 10:19am On Sep 12
Grandiospap2015:
What’s the formula for this sharing self .It doesn’t even translate to development and employment for my people.Emancipation from mental slavery
they contributed more to the federal revenue hence receive more revenue. Fg generates more revenue from those states. It doesn't translate to development in those states because of the activities of those states leaders e.g bayelsa with only 9 local government and population not up to 2 mill ought to be the richest state in Nigeria and her people ought not to know anything called poverty.

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by niaralandtopuser(m): 10:19am On Sep 12
Kapeter:
Rivers is suppose to relieve Lagos. PH and Warri in Delta buh seems they are sleeping.
Lagos was built with federal funds

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by baby124: 10:20am On Sep 12
SS states that look like they are going through something
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by JerryQ: 10:20am On Sep 12
See the pics below. It shows we don't have a definite order on some basic but yet major things in Nigeria. When reciting the national anthem, which of the positions below is right? If our leaders have 3 options as seen in the pics below, then ...........

Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by nwakaibeya1: 10:20am On Sep 12
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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by jackie3: 10:20am On Sep 12
What is happening in Niger Delta?
Their Governors should be held accountable to under development in that region.
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by salbis(m): 10:20am On Sep 12
nick50:
What does bayelsa do with such huge amount of money considering the fact that they have only 11 local governments?
8 local governments
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by martineverest(m): 10:21am On Sep 12
Iko5000:
Can someone show me what Delta state uses their revenue for as I’m confused .
Delta and bayelsa are the worst in terms revenue to development

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by baby124: 10:21am On Sep 12
niaralandtopuser:

Lagos was built with federal funds
Whose federal funds? How many things were in Lagos when it was the capital? We are tired of this fake anthem abeg. Shame on SS.

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by goshen26: 10:21am On Sep 12
Hmmmm
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by Tumbulum: 10:22am On Sep 12
Officialgarri:
Even if you divert the whole oil revenue to their state, they will still wail.

Instead of them to hold their governors responsible, question him about the bail out funds, question him about the federal allocations, question him about the state IGR.....
They will refuse, they will shout.... Buhari oooo

If all faults should be laid on the president, then I see no need for state Governors..
OK you give them the highest allocation and take the federal projects to your states.who is fooling who?
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by West2019(m): 10:22am On Sep 12
Chai Nigeria are fuckin rich but our rulers are extremely wicked God punished dem all
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by Deepfeel(m): 10:22am On Sep 12
These was the plan of Gowon, nationalizing biafran wealth, these is the reason Nigeria is holding on to biafra, some afonjas will start boasting about Lagos as if they built it with afonja wealth
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by spirul77: 10:23am On Sep 12
at the end, nothing to show for it.
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by shugabasbn: 10:24am On Sep 12
PureFace1:
-Delta, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Rivers and Lagos states received the bulk of federal revenue in the first half of 2019.

- An analysis of FAAC disbursements for H1 2019 showed that the three tiers of government shared a total of N3.842 trillion.

- Here’s a look at how much each of the five Nigerian states received during the period


Five Nigerian states received highest disbursement from the federal allocation in the first half of 2019, according to an analysis by Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI).

The analysis of FAAC disbursements for H1 2019 showed that the three levels of governments shared a total disbursement of N3.842 trillion.


The figure was 2.61% lower than the N3.946 trillion disbursed in the first half of 2018 but 37.79% higher than the N2.788 trillion disbursed in the first half of 2017.

According to the report, the Federal Government (FG) received the highest revenue, followed by state governments, with local governments receiving the lowest revenue.


Out of the N3.842 trillion generated in the first half of 2019, the federal government received N1.599 trillion, representing 41.61% of the total amount disbursed.

Furthermore, the state governments received N1.335 trillion as a share of the national revenue while local governments received N792 billion.

Business Insider SSA looks at five Nigerian states with the highest revenue share within the period:

Delta


H1 2019: N108.7 billion


Akwa Ibom


H1 2019: N 86.12 billion

Rivers


H1 2019: N75.84 billion

] Bayelsa


H1 2019: N66.76 billion


Lagos


H1 2019: N58.1 billion

https://www.pulse.ng/bi/finance/5-states-that-received-the-highest-revenue-allocation-in-h1-2019-and-how-much-they/kmhcbyc



Bayelsa is always amusing me, the smallest state in population, in LGs and one of the newest receiving bulk of amount every month and still couldn't pay her workers.
Until we collectively join hands together and ask our leaders for accountability we are going no where

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by JeffSiberstein: 10:24am On Sep 12
How come Bayelsa with only 8 local government and 66 Billion still looks worst than my village

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by winterfell007(m): 10:24am On Sep 12
niaralandtopuser:

Lagos was built with federal funds
Stop using that as an excuse. It makes you look lame and unintelligent

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by Kapeter(m): 10:25am On Sep 12
niaralandtopuser:

Lagos was built with federal funds
here we go again.
What has the fg done for lagos and not done for rivers as well? Federal international airport? Seaport? Fdi is what grow a state and that's where lagos beat every other state. And security is one thing that matters in fdi which is missing in rivers.

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by niaralandtopuser(m): 10:25am On Sep 12
baby124:

Whose federal funds? How many things were in Lagos when it was the capital? We are tired of this fake anthem abeg. Shame on SS.
show me any other state in the southwest apart from Lagos that is doing better than Delta State

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by kolomax(m): 10:25am On Sep 12
Tumbulum:
OK you give them the highest allocation and take the federal projects to your states.who is fooling who?
this is the kind of dumb comment that make me weep for my dear nation

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by CaptainMitch: 10:25am On Sep 12
Meanwhile Delta and Bayelsa states owe workers salary, Nigeria is cursed with bad leaders
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by kolomax(m): 10:25am On Sep 12
niaralandtopuser:

show me any other state in the southwest apart from Lagos that is doing better than Delta State
ogun state

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by GavelSlam: 10:26am On Sep 12
Daviddson:
When will EFCC arrest former governors of Delta?
So you can start to protest again right?
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by niaralandtopuser(m): 10:26am On Sep 12
winterfell007:
Stop using that as an excuse. It makes you look lame and unintelligent
show me any southwest state that is livable apart from Lagos
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by nicepoker101(m): 10:26am On Sep 12
Officialgarri:
Even if you divert the whole oil revenue to their state, they will still wail.

Instead of them to hold their governors responsible, question him about the bail out funds, question him about the federal allocations, question him about the state IGR.....
They will refuse, they will shout.... Buhari oooo

If all faults should be laid on the president, then I see no need for state Governors..
Why then is the FG always in panic when militants strike.
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by JeffSiberstein: 10:27am On Sep 12
How come Bayelsa with only 8 local government still look as dirty and old than village. What happens with the 66 Billion
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by niaralandtopuser(m): 10:27am On Sep 12
kolomax:
ogun state
what is in ogun that is better than Delta. how many places in ogun can human survive in except the capital

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by gratiaeo(m): 10:28am On Sep 12
Officialgarri:
Even if you divert the whole oil revenue to their state, they will still wail.

Instead of them to hold their governors responsible, question him about the bail out funds, question him about the federal allocations, question him about the state IGR.....
They will refuse, they will shout.... Buhari oooo

If all faults should be laid on the president, then I see no need for state Governors..
You did not preach this Gospel when OBJ, Yaradua and GEJ was the president of Nigeria. APC supporters are known to be stupid walahi
Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by sparko1(m): 10:28am On Sep 12
TRIGITIS:
The allocation is justified.

What cannot be justified is the work done.

But I thought South East is among the highest oil producing zones. Why is buhari marginalising the SE like this? Or has he forgotten it is the money from SE that is being used to fund Katsina budget? Not fair.


South east don't have oil, south south is the oil merchant!

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Re: 5 States That Received The Highest Revenue Allocation In H1 2019 by Princedapace(m): 10:28am On Sep 12
Officialgarri:
Even if you divert the whole oil revenue to their state, they will still wail.

Instead of them to hold their governors responsible, question him about the bail out funds, question him about the federal allocations, question him about the state IGR.....
They will refuse, they will shout.... Buhari oooo

If all faults should be laid on the president, then I see no need for state Governors..

But that was how u guys were shouting GEJ o.

FG will surely be blamed as long as we practice unitary federal system of govt. If u want FG not to be blamed, we need to change our system of govt to allow states or regions to manage their resources like it is done in UK. That way, no one will blame FG.

The activities of FG affects the entire economy of the entire country. The activities of FG affect the entire security of the country.

U don't know how much permission state govts need before establishing many things in their own state. They need to get permission and clearance from FG.

The activities of FG affect the entire electricity generation in the entire country. The activities of FG affect the fuel price which is extremely important commodity in our country.

FG is what controls nigeria. I can't hold my state govt accountable for security becus he does not have control over security. Even his own security aids can be withdrawn.

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