Shocking: The Amount Received By Each State as FAAC Allocation in March 2016

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Despite reports that Nigeria is cash-strapped to maintain daily business activities, the published report by the National Bureau of Statistics lists how much each state government received from the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee for the month of March.

Every month, Nigerian states gather in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT to receive funding from the federation account run by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

The average Nigerian lives on less than 2 USD daily.

The global agency’s Human Development Report 2011 reveals that the standard of living in the country increased only marginally between 1990 and 2007, the year on which the report is based. The report indicates that the number of poor Nigerians has doubled over the last 30 years. In this, it corroborates a recent World Bank Assessment stating that 70 percent of Nigerians are poor in a country where economic growth has in real terms failed to reduce poverty on account of the government’s refusal to diversify the economy, rising unemployment and failing or non-existent infrastructure.

See below:

1. Abia – N1,938,447,217.56
2. Adamawa – N2,032,039,683.90
3. Akwa Ibom – N8,945,542,072.36
4. Anambra – N2,313,676,693.37
5. Bauchi – N2,257,201,944.88
6. Bayelsa – N2,165,038,996.96
7. Benue – N1,801,576,491.60
8. Borno – N2,665,210,123.06
9. Cross River – N967,494,955.43
10. Delta – N6,520,473,654.16
11. Ebonyi – N1,993,102,693.24
12. Edo – N1,997,007,555.15
13. Ekiti – N1,084,469,706.86
14. Enugu – N2,207,795,207.12
15. Gombe – N1,458,257,406.16
16. Imo – N1,630,698,013.12
17. Jigawa – N2,563,114,698.48
18. Kaduna – N2,803,408,785.61
19. Kano – N3,613,387,002.51
20. Kastina – N 2,845,760,627.20
21. Kebbi – N2,195,741,092.43
22. Kogi – N2,294,573,542.45
23. Kwara – N1,743,743,559.80
24. Lagos – N5,806,821,749.32
25. Nasarawa – N1,993,193,531.74
26. Niger – N2,062,793,026.06
27. Ogun – N999,696,533.32
28. Ondo – N2,063,521,671.24
29. Osun – N131,555,194.65
30. Oyo – N 2,209,928,509.99
31. Plateau – N1,111,836,234.76
32. Rivers – N4,887,442,606.31
33. Sokoto – N 2,327,122,322.29
34. Taraba – N1,898,258,023.17
35. Yobe – N2,202,678,657.54 3
36. Zamfara – N1,471,857,771.21
(With information from the National Bureau of Statistics)