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States FAAC From January To August by obonujoker(m): 11:09pm On Nov 21, 2023
@StatiSense
FAAC SHARED IN 8 MONTHS (JAN - AUG 2023)

1 🟤Delta: ₦343.96bn
2 🟤Rivers: ₦287.98bn
3 🟤Akwa Ibom: ₦268.96bn
4 🟣Lagos: ₦223.39bn
5 🟤Bayelsa: ₦187.04bn
6 🔴Kano: ₦162.67bn
7 🟣Oyo: ₦129.65bn

8 🔴Katsina: ₦119.20bn
9 ⚫Borno: ₦110.38bn
10 🔴Jigawa: ₦107.94bn
11 🔴Kaduna: ₦106.50bn
12 🟤Edo: ₦104.56bn
13 🟢Anambra: ₦101.77bn
14 🟣Ondo: ₦101.19bn

15 🟠Benue: ₦100.81bn
16 🟠Niger: ₦96.95bn
17 🟢Imo: ₦95.87bn
18 🟠FCT Abuja: ₦94.06bn
19 🔴Sokoto: ₦91.17bn
20 ⚫Bauchi: ₦90.65bn
21 🔴Kebbi: ₦89.61bn

22 🟣Osun: ₦87.65bn
23 ⚫Adamawa: ₦86.52bn
24 🟠Kogi: ₦85.84bn
25 🟢Enugu: ₦82.99bn
26 🟢Abia: ₦77.80bn
27 ⚫Yobe: ₦77.66bn
28 🟠Plateau: ₦75.98bn

29 ⚫Taraba: ₦75.41bn
30 🟣Ogun: ₦74.77bn
31 🔴Zamfara: ₦74.16bn
32 🟤Cross River: ₦73.86bn
33 🟠Kwara: ₦72.82bn
34 🟠Nasarawa: ₦69.47bn
35 🟢Ebonyi: ₦66.71bn
36 🟣Ekiti: ₦66.63bn
37 ⚫Gombe: ₦60.57bn

#Statisense
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Re: States FAAC From January To August by NwaNimo1(m): 11:19pm On Nov 21, 2023

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Babaflenjor: 6:44am On Nov 22, 2023
Ok
Re: States FAAC From January To August by SoNature(m): 6:44am On Nov 22, 2023
Interesting to see states with no single drop of oil and bring nothing to the centre like Katsina, Borno, Kano, Oyo and Jigawa getting more from the centre than states with crude oil like Edo, Imo, Abia, Anambra and Ondo. Meanwhile, crude oil sales account for over 85% of federal government earnings. Niger Delta states have been scammed!

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Wealthoptulent(m): 6:44am On Nov 22, 2023
[quote author=obonujoker post=127097065][/quote]

Meeting wey Result no dey MEET "RESOLVE"
Re: States FAAC From January To August by BTC164ii: 6:44am On Nov 22, 2023

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by joseph1832(m): 6:44am On Nov 22, 2023
Seen.
Re: States FAAC From January To August by NObarry: 6:45am On Nov 22, 2023
lipsrsealed
Re: States FAAC From January To August by Penguin2: 6:45am On Nov 22, 2023
Two Southwest States in Top 10.

Only one Southeastern state in the Top 15.

Then remember that the entire Southeast region was ravaged by war and just rebuilding since after the war.

But yet buffoonss will be comparing their region with Southeast while their region is receiving the highest money from FAAC and never faced intentional destruction.

Make shame dey catch una small na.

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Saintlaurent33: 6:45am On Nov 22, 2023
State checkers must be highly disappointed...
Re: States FAAC From January To August by yinkus6750(m): 6:45am On Nov 22, 2023
Yet no meaningful development in the states
Those in governance continue enriching themselves and the masses continue getting impoverished.

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by IPDGP: 6:47am On Nov 22, 2023
Maybe the next person will have a good thing to say

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Burob: 6:47am On Nov 22, 2023
yinkus6750:
Yet no meaningful development in the states
Those in governance continue enriching themselves and the masses continue getting impoverished.
Delta State 8 straight years, highest allocation from FAAC, yet nothing to show for it? Oghene punish Pdp Delta State.

Again the Mumu people of the state, have gone & elected a semi illiterate as Governor of the State.

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Klington: 6:49am On Nov 22, 2023
tongue
Re: States FAAC From January To August by Nobody: 6:49am On Nov 22, 2023
The big question is, what have the governors been doing with the share of allocations.?

Can someone help me with an answer?

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Lanre1st(m): 6:50am On Nov 22, 2023
Note the sharing is base on what federal government is getting from their state, couple with their population

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by AzaHub(f): 6:50am On Nov 22, 2023
So much money in this country

Re: States FAAC From January To August by teeytimi: 6:51am On Nov 22, 2023
Shame on most of the South-South States. While all State governors in Nigeria are corrupt, that of the South-South corruption stink to high heaven.

Imaging Delta State receiving like time four of some other States allocation yet the state is nothing to write home about

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Burob: 6:51am On Nov 22, 2023
Skyview01:
The big question is, what have the governors been doing with the share of allocations.?

Can someone help me with an answer?
It is only Federal Government they will be disturbing. Nigerians don’t understand the democrazy they are practicing, as affirmed by OBJ just come days ago.

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Bliss62: 6:52am On Nov 22, 2023
Poor country

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Chispa: 6:52am On Nov 22, 2023
So katsina is getting more than Ondo?

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by jaeyking(m): 6:52am On Nov 22, 2023
And we keep on putting idiots in the seat of power

Sometimes no be everything we go blame president

Senators, governors, Lg chairmen too

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by SALLYBERRY01(m): 6:53am On Nov 22, 2023
Yet nothing to show for it.
Re: States FAAC From January To August by Lanre1st(m): 6:53am On Nov 22, 2023
Skyview01:
The big question is, what have the governors been doing with the share of allocations.?

Can someone help me with an answer?

Governors are big problem of the country. They need to be held accountable for their spending

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Etosha: 6:53am On Nov 22, 2023
It's easier to earn money than spend it well.
Re: States FAAC From January To August by Abujalandlord: 6:53am On Nov 22, 2023
Nigeria my country
Re: States FAAC From January To August by oluwaseyi0: 6:53am On Nov 22, 2023
In as much as Buhari and Tinubu are terrible, this governors are actually the real terrorist, mass looters and enemy of the people

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by Burob: 6:54am On Nov 22, 2023
jaeyking:
And we keep on putting idiots in the seat of power

Sometimes no be everything we go blame president

Senators, governors, Lg chairmen too
You cannot give what you do not have, it is obvious that the so called idiots are the best you have.

Once bitten, twice shy, you cannot keep getting the same results, & blaming others for your actions.

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by israelmao(m): 6:54am On Nov 22, 2023
SoNature:
Interesting to see states with no single drop of oil and bring nothing to the centre like Katsina, Borno, Kano, Oyo and Jigawa getting more from the centre than states with crude oil like Edo, Anambra and Ondo. Meanwhile, crude oil sales account for over 85% of federal government earnings. Niger Delta states have been scammed!

You read my mind.
Re: States FAAC From January To August by Watinhapen(m): 6:54am On Nov 22, 2023
So Delta receives the highest allocation and there’s no single development in Delta state. Nobody even talks about Delta state in terms of the Governor’s performance and development of the state.

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Re: States FAAC From January To August by olatade(m): 6:54am On Nov 22, 2023
The governors have used all the money to bullet proof suvs and rechargeable fans.

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