See your state’s Internally generated revenue in 2018

by Ajadi Daniel

S/N States Internally Generated Revenue (IGR 2018)
1 Abia N14,834,904,447.49
2 Adamawa N6,204,876,665.62
3 Akwa Ibom N24,210,810,102.72
4 Anambra N19,305,267,646.94
5 Bauchi N9,690,832,177.58
6 Bayelsa N13,636,545,716.78
7 Benue N11,215,482,725.16
8 Borno N6,524,300,904.06
9 Cross River N17,552,112,937.09
10 Delta N58,439,598,672.31
11 Ebonyi N6,144,587,065.65
12 Edo N28,425,496,842.23
13 Ekiti N6,465,374,250.65
14 Enugu N22,145,937,216.00
15 Gombe N7,343,549,621.53
16 Imo N14,884,271,810.31
17 Jigawa N9,246,250,836.03
18 Kaduna N29,446,386,924.74
19 Kano N44,107,375,284.25
20 Katsina N6,961,870,329.00
21 Kebbi N4,881,961,005.78
22 Kogi N11,334,113,743.58
23 Kwara N23,046,944,295.60
24 Lagos N382,181,548,627.13
25 Nasarawa N7,566,920,656.91
26 Niger N10,432,190,956.63
27 Ogun N84,554,199,593.67
28 Ondo N24,788,059,725.53
29 Osun N10,381,663,677.98
30 Oyo N24,635,074,074.49
31 Plateau N12,726,479,548.41
32 Rivers N112,780,373,912.23
33 Sokoto N18,762,009,020.05
34 Taraba N5,968,809,583.11
35 Yobe N4,382,259,456.05
36 Zamfara N8,206,695,592.14

Source: National Bureau of Statistics

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