Monday, June 17, 2019
by Usman Alabi Federal Accounts Allocation Committee shared the following amount between the Federal Government, State and Local government. S/N State LGAs State Gross FAAC (#) LGA Gross FAAC Deductions 1 Abia 17 4.65bn 2.54bn 472.02m 2 Adamawa 21 4.24 3.17bn 500.31m 3 Akwa Ibom 31 16.39bn 4.26bn 1.07bn 4 Anambra 21 4.37bn 3.28bn 144.88m 5 Bauchi 20 5.03bn 3.60bn 841.66m 6 Bayelsa 8 13.18bn 1.45bn 1.55bn 7 Benue 23 4.73bn 3.88bn 692.34m 8 Borno 27 5.12bn 4.22bn 341.57m 9 Cross River 18 4.24bn 2.76bn 1.56bn 10 Delta 25 20.32bn 3.62bn 1.17bn 11 Ebonyi 13 3.82bn 2.05bn 465.91m 12 Edo 18 5.92bn 2.78bn 605.42bn 13 Ekiti 16 3.82bn 2.20bn 623.78m 14 Enugu 17 4.32bn 2.78bn 280.45m 15 Gombe 11 3.98bn 1.89bn 866.27m 16 Imo 27 5.28bn 3.74bn 942.79m 17 Jigawa 27 4.79bn 3.95bn 190.34m 18 Kaduna 23 5.60bn 4.37bn 419.35m 19 Kano 44 6.92bn 7.11bn 478.88m 20 Katsina 34 5.24bn 5.26bn 320.79m 21 Kebbi 21 4.43bn 3.29bn 303.20m 22 Kogi 21 4.43bn 3.29bn 303.20m 23 Kwara 16 3.80bn 2.43bn 496.48m 24 Lagos 20 13.26bn 8.31bn 3.93bn 25 Nasarawa 13 3.84bn 2.11bn 420.98m 26 Niger 25 4.95bn 3.98bn 593.49m 27 Ogun 20 4.13bn 2.98bn 1.33bn 28 Ondo 18 5.18bn 2.79bn 724.86m 29 Osun 30 3.97bn 3.79bn 2.50bn 30 Oyo 33 5.23bn 4.96bn 765.17m 31 Plateau 17 4.40bn 2.90bn 734.21m2 32 Rivers 23 14.15bn 3.91bn 1.15bn 33 Sokoto 23 4.63bn 3.63bn 347.70m 34 Taraba 16 4.02bn 2.65bn 417.47m 35 Yobe 17 4.16bn 2.71bn 121.92m 36 Zamfara 14 4.21bn 2.48bn 1.03bn 37 FCT 6 5.55bn 2.52bn 34.98M Source: StatiSense  
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