Full List Of 2016 Budgets For Nigeria States And Allocated Revenue

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nigerian-coat-of-arms-logoThe Full List of the budgets of Nigeria states for the year 2016 are stated below, In the list you will see the List of states with the highest allocation and also with lowest allocation.

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1. Abia State – 96.7 billion
2. Adamawa State – 100.89 billion
3. Akwa Ibom State – 426 billion
4. Anambra State – 101.4 billion
5. Bauchi State – 102 billion
6. Bayelsa State – 150.6billion
7. Benue State – 133.4 billion
8. Borno State – 155 billion
9. Cross River State – 350 billion
10. Delta State – 266 billion
11. Ebonyi State – 101.1 billion
12. Edo State – 111.5 billion
13. Ekiti State – 67 billion
14. Enugu State – 85.1 billion
15. Gombe State – 76.5 billion
16. Imo State – 141.2 billion
17. Jigawa State – 137.2 billion
18. Kaduna State – 171.7 billion
19. Kano State – 275 billion
20. Katsina State – 110 billion
21. Kebbi State – 107 billion
22. Kogi State – 75 billion
23. Kwara State – 116.2 billion
24. Lagos State – 662.5 billion
25. Nasarawa State – 77.9 billion
26. Niger State – 74.7 billion
27. Ogun state – 200 billion
28. Ondo State – 118.9 billion
29. Osun state – 150.7 billion
30. Oyo State – 165.5 billion
31. Plateau State – 154 billion
32. Rivers State – 370 billion
33. Sokoto State – 112.5 billion
34. Taraba State – 68.8 billion
35. Yobe State – 80.6 billion
36. Zamfara State – 92.8 billion

STATES WITH HIGHEST BUDGET

Lagos state – 662.5 billion
Akwa Ibom state – 426 billion
Rivers state – 370 billion
Cross River state 350 billion
Kano state – 275 billion
Delta state – 266 billion

STATES WITH LOWEST BUDGET

Ekiti state – 67 billion least
Taraba state – 68.8 billion
Niger state – 74.7 billion
Kogi state – 75 billion
Nasarawa state – 77.9 billion
Yobe state – 80.6 billion

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