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BudgIT Nigeria put out this infographic yesterday about the levels of transparency in the states, regarding their budgets. Only 6 of 36 states have published their budgets online: Lagos, Edo, Nassarawa, Abia, Osun and Kaduna. Of these 6, only Kaduna,...
Zonal Intervention Projects even though geared towards economic development and social mobility for Nigerians in every state has been abused in the past by some lawmakers due to the lack of transparency. In the past, specific details of the Zonal...
President Muhammadu Buhari while in London on May 14 for an Anti-Corruption Summit promised to release the details of the funds Nigeria had so far recovered from looters- including the looters who returned the funds on May 29- the...
As the Rio Olympics 2016 steadily moves on to a close, the mystery behind the lack of funds for the Nigerian athletes and sportsmen logistics before the commencement of the Olympics despite the release of N2.7 billion by the...
Numbers don't lie when they tell stories. That is perhaps why the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo reflected the true situation of the nation in a series of number crunching facts at the the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Osinbajo was invited...
by Usman Alabi By now we can say for ourselves the extent of the change brought about by the budget especially at a time when we are told that change begins with us with a caveat that we cannot get...
by Usman Alabi Jigawa State government on Wednesday refuted online media claims that it was among states owing backlog of salaries of civil servants. Alhaji Muhammad Tahir, the state’s Head of Civil Service while fielding questions from newsmen said no civil...
by Usman Alabi Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku presented a budget estimate of N110.2 for the 2017 fiscal year to the State House of Assembly The budget has N49.3 billion as recurrent expenditure representing 44.7 per cent, while N60.8 billion representing...
by YWriter The National Assembly Budget for 2017 is N125bn. Total capital expenditure is N14,940,196,063, total overhead cost is N85.878,619,888 while total personnel cost is N23,789,787,880. Highlight of the senate budget according to Daily trust showed that N3.77bn has been earmarked...
by Ajadi Daniel S/N States 2019 Budget (Naira) 1 Abia 140,207,311,290 2 Adamawa 244 billion 3 Akwa-Ibom 672,984,760,760 4 Anambra 157.1 billion 5 Bayelsa 299 billion 6 Bauchi 198,849,074,280 7 Benue 199.7 billion 8 Borno 144.7 billion 9 Cross River 1.04 trillion (Yet to be passed) 10 Delta 390,3 billion 11 Ebonyi 188.4 billion 12 Edo 183,744,326,962 13 Enugu 109,199,243,000 14 Ekiti 129.9 billion 15 Gombe 122.4 billion 16 Imo 250,514,824,711 17 Jigawa 160.140 billion 18 Kaduna 157.449 billion 19 Kano 219.97 billion 20 Katsina 202.4 billion 21 Kebbi 151 billion 22 Kogi 146.736 billion 23 Kwara 157.8 billion 24 Lagos 873.532 billion 25 Nasarawa 19.17 billion 26 Niger 56.54 billion 27 Ogun 400 billion 28 Ondo 193.9 billion 29 Osun 154,406,541,400 30 Oyo 285,151,248,190.48 31 Plateau 153.6 billion 32 Rivers 480 billion 33 Sokoto 169.652 billion 34 Taraba 146.73 billion 35 Yobe 91.6 billion 36 Zamfara 135.4 billion  

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