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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by ttobizz(m): 6:58am On Nov 22, 2023
honeyB2018:



Can you imagine that the majority is from Lagos State.
But where's the evidence of these humongous amount of money as allocation?
Come to Ojo, Amuwo Odofin, Apapa, Ajegunle, you can't see any sign that the collect this kind of money. Yet people will still want them to continue.

With all this money and the state igr, this is the lagos we get. Tinubu is indeed a builder. Delta didn't get this much, yet Ibori was able to steal all the billions and even reserved some amount for the Delta that we all see today

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Rayjnr: 7:00am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:
20 LGAs from Lagos made the top 25 in Nigeria... Honestly, Lagos should be competing with Johannesburg, Cairo, Rabat, etc....
Faac allocation, please check the meaning
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by panpan(m): 7:01am On Nov 22, 2023
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Ttalk: 7:04am On Nov 22, 2023
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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by dealslip(f): 7:07am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:
20 LGAs from Lagos made the top 25 in Nigeria... Honestly, Lagos should be competing with Johannesburg, Cairo, Rabat, etc....
It would have been like Cairo if everyone is not trooping into it and making such a burden of infrastructure on such a tiny state. The number of things to use the funds on is probably for times of what is to be used in Ekiti or Anambra.

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Burob: 7:12am On Nov 22, 2023
Benwallt:


Why is Delta underdeveloped despite receiving the highest allocation
Good word, under developed with all the resources.

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Burob: 7:16am On Nov 22, 2023
ttobizz:


With all this money and the state igr, this is the lagos we get. Tinubu is indeed a builder. Delta didn't get this much, yet Ibori was able to steal all the billions and even reserved some amount for the Delta that we all see today
Delta State indigenes should be ashamed of themselves, will be behaving like mugus, you will never hear anything of industrialization of the state?

Just Oga we are loyal to Pdp, 24 years nothing to show for it.

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by lexy2014: 7:16am On Nov 22, 2023
Burob:
Nonsensical assessment, then how come Delta (The Big Heart State) has received the highest allocation from the same FAAC in the last 8 years?

Most probably bet my last Benjamin Franklin, the op was referring to internal generated revenue?

Even if it's internal generated revenue or external generated revenue, the question is why is there nothing to show for all the revenue?
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by BreconHills(m): 7:16am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:
From Statisense



#Statisense
(FAAC)

This is what we want to see.

This is where 60% of social pressure needs to be applied. It is the LGA's that are closest to the Nigerian people. This is where money is routed to touts " awon baba isala" and their concubines. They know we don't ask them questions. Yet they are the easiest to remove during elections.

If they spend their money wisely and impact fully, we will campaign for more allocation for them. But first, they must deliver. Nigerians must get more engaged. If they see just twenty new faces at a town hall meeting they will sit up.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Jonjam269: 7:18am On Nov 22, 2023
Obidots lamentation thread.

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by AbBlackLaw: 7:22am On Nov 22, 2023
Where is our Obio/Akpor
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by JADEK04: 7:29am On Nov 22, 2023
State government are collecting those money though door for their almighty project and gave peanuts to those chairman
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by tommy589(m): 7:34am On Nov 22, 2023
ufotunang:
..this money does not go direct to the local governments.. these money goes direct to the state government through joint account with the local government..and the state governor can just give the local government 50 million naira out of the 600 million naira sent by the federal government for that local government area... because there is no local government autonomy...so money cannot go direct to the local government it goes to the state government through joint account with the local government.. that is why nigeria needs local government autonomy for the local government so that money can go direct to the local government from the federal government...state government are greedy they are against local government autonomy

States governors and National assembly members voted against LG autonomy last year(Google). Instead for Labour Union and Nigerians to picket National Assembly,they gave it no attention.Not getting dividends of democracy to the grassroots is the major reason for the widespread poverty in the country.
Recently,an Ogun State LG Chairman wrote a public letter highlighting how the State divert fund meant for his LG. The man got arrested, impeached and now facing prosecution for stealing.
Governors collect allocations and do nothing. They are like mini gods that are not accessible unlike LG Chairmen. It is when Nigerians understand that all governors (past & present) are their problems,that is when they start getting breath of new life

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by 3ple9iner: 7:56am On Nov 22, 2023
ufotunang:
..this money does not go direct to the local governments.. these money goes direct to the state government through joint account with the local government..and the state governor can just give the local government 50 million naira out of the 600 million naira sent by the federal government for that local government area... because there is no local government autonomy...so money cannot go direct to the local government it goes to the state government through joint account with the local government.. that is why nigeria needs local government autonomy for the local government so that money can go direct to the local government from the federal government...state government are greedy they are against local government autonomy
You are partially correct, the reason why all Lagos state LGA are there is because Lagos has full autonomy for it LGA. Normally, LGA in Delta and Bayelsa should have topped the list.

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Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by georgeakins: 8:01am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:


It's too bad... Tribalism has destroyed many things...

Go to your region and ask your incompetent governors to account for trillions of Naira received since 1999.

Stop shouting tribalism here on South West matters

What local governments in Lagos receive monthly is none of your business when
your own region is in a complete mess
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Sunnymatey(m): 8:03am On Nov 22, 2023
Tell me how the man who has been planting his loyal stooge in this LGAs including the state governor would not be stupendously wealthy?

More hundred yrs with same leadership style and laws we go nowhere.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by tolue42(m): 8:03am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:


It's too bad... Tribalism has destroyed many things...

Tribalism in our own land? Una dey mad?

Do you mistake Lagos a nigeria?
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Straighttime: 8:10am On Nov 22, 2023
How come

Amuwo Odofin

Ibeju Lekki

Is receiving directly from the federation account? Are they now local government constitutionally?

Someone should please explain.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by obonujoker(m): 8:22am On Nov 22, 2023
georgeakins:


Go to your region and ask your incompetent governors to account for trillions of Naira received since 1999.

Stop shouting tribalism here on South West matters

What local governments in Lagos receive monthly is none of your business when
your own region is in a complete mess

Eleribu... Akotileta omo 😡
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by obonujoker(m): 8:22am On Nov 22, 2023
tolue42:


Tribalism in our own land? Una dey mad?

Do you mistake Lagos a nigeria?

Supporter of corruption.... Continue
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Benwallt(m): 8:29am On Nov 22, 2023
Burob:
Good word, under developed with all the resources.

It's shocking my brother
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by obonujoker(m): 8:32am On Nov 22, 2023
Benwallt:


Why is Delta underdeveloped despite receiving the highest allocation

Because Delta indigenes are dumb... You can see them voting for the same party every time....

I don't understand the spell... All these money, yet na Keke the boys dey drive... No industry, no engineering firm , no good roads with drainage... Chai...😔
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by obonujoker(m): 8:35am On Nov 22, 2023
georgeakins:


Go to your region and ask your incompetent governors to account for trillions of Naira received since 1999.

Stop shouting tribalism here on South West matters

What local governments in Lagos receive monthly is none of your business when
your own region is in a complete mess

Lagos state is the light of Nigeria... If it shines badly, it will affect others.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by georgeakins: 8:40am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:


Eleribu... Akotileta omo 😡

You're referring to your parents who failed to train you.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by obonujoker(m): 8:42am On Nov 22, 2023
georgeakins:


You're referring to your parents who failed to train you.

Stop supporting corruption and evil.

You are a child of God
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Benwallt(m): 8:43am On Nov 22, 2023
obonujoker:


Because Delta indigenes are dumb... You can see them voting for the same party every time....

I don't understand the spell... All these money, yet na Keke the boys dey drive... No industry, no engineering firm , no good roads with drainage... Chai...😔

It's a spell just as you have opined. Delta suppose to be the cynosure of all eyes in terms of development going by the heavy allocation accrued to the state.

The worst is that it's their own brothers flushing their Commonwealth down the toilet as governors and leaders.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by emperor863(m): 10:05am On Nov 22, 2023
honeyB2018:



Can you imagine that the majority is from Lagos State.
But where's the evidence of these humongous amount of money as allocation?
Come to Ojo, Amuwo Odofin, Apapa, Ajegunle, you can't see any sign that the collect this kind of money. Yet people will still want them to continue.

It did not start today. Nnamdi Azikiwe too in his days painted our leaders black and not a few believed him because of the liberal nature of the Yorubas.

In the last general elections, some mindless subhumans wanted us to discard with the political leadership of the SW and replace them with the failures from their ethnic group.

It almost succeeded but it will never be tolerated again in the SW.

To the issue at hand, the response is simple. If the LGAs ate not living to your expectations, kindly relocate to your state of origin. We believe our leaders may not have hit the expected level in governance but they are kilometers ahead of the kleptomaniac leadership that holds sways in a part of the country.

The other day, a failed governor commissioned streetlights. Then one installed Julius Berger signage and his people wept for joy. The same people were to jubilate with ecstasy when their 'performing' governor marked their capital city toads with yellow markings.

Therefore, I advice you to the political leadership of the SW for the people of SW.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by valentineuwakwe(m): 10:11am On Nov 22, 2023
Where is obio/akpor LGA?
Tomorow and often my folks in Rivers state will be shouting obio/akpor is the richest LGA in Nigeria..common top ten dem no follow!
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by wunmi590(m): 10:13am On Nov 22, 2023


How cone lagos island 🏝 is placed on that number?

Lagos Island generate alot of money more than some state.
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Sunisonflex39(m): 10:24am On Nov 22, 2023
Akwamkpuruamu:
I'm Surprised Obiakpor LGA in Rivers State no follow

I wonder o..a while obia akpor..
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by Adabestseason(m): 10:33am On Nov 22, 2023
LGAs in Nigeria are some persons' ATMs,including housewives of local politicians,in some states in the south-south wives of silly politicians get as much as 500,000 naira monthly for being wives of political leaders.Allocations of LGAs should divided and sent to wards with wards executives if actually we need development at the LGA levels
Re: LGAs With The Highest FAAC Allocation In 8 Months by sageb: 10:45am On Nov 22, 2023
Akwamkpuruamu:
I'm Surprised Obiakpor LGA in Rivers State no follow

I'm surprised too 😕
The Richest LGA in Rivers State is not in the list

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