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4 Aug
LOANS OBTAINED FROM CHINA EXIM BANK - MAR 31, 2020

#1 Nigeria National Public Security communication system project
Loan Amount: $399.50m
Agreement Date: Dec 20, 2010
Maturity Date: 21-Sep-30
Tenor: 20yrs

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(DMO)
Cont'd.

#2 Nigerian Railway Modification Project (Udu-Kaduna section)
Amount: $500.00m
Agreement Date: Dec 20, 2010
Maturity: Sep 21, 2030
Tenor: 20yrs

#3 Abuja Ligh Rail Project
LAmount: $500.00m
Agreement Date: Nov 7, 2012
Maturity: Sep 21, 2032
Tenor: 20yrs

#StatiSense
Contd.

#4 Nigerian ICT Infras Backbone Project
Amount: $100m
Agreement Date: Jan 5, 2013
Maturity: 21-Sep-32
Tenor: 20yrs

#5 Nigerian 4 Airport Terminal Expansion Project (Abj, Kano, Lag & PH
Amount: $500m
Agreement: Jul 10, 2013
Maturity: 21-Sep-34
Tenor: 20yrs

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4 Jul
2019 INTERNALLY GENERATED REVENUE BY ZONE

SOUTH WEST: N553.01Bn

SOUTH SOUTH: N305.79Bn

NORTH CENTRAL: N179.55Bn

NORTH WEST: N148.76Bn

SOUTH EAST: N95.76Bn

NORTH EAST: N51.36Bn

#StatiSense

(NBS/OAGF)
INTERNALLY GENERATED REVENUE PER CAPITA - BY ZONE

SOUTH WEST: N13,553

SOUTH SOUTH: N9,959

NORTH CENTRAL: N5,684

SOUTH EAST: N4,114

NORTH WEST: N2,857

NORTH EAST: N1,832

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(NBS/OAGF)
2019 INTERNALLY GENERATED REVENUE - BY STATE

NORTH CENTRAL
FCT: N74.56b
Kwara: N30.65b
Benue: N17.85b
Plateau: N16.48b
Kogi: N16.39b
Niger: N12.77b
Nassarawa: N10.86b

NORTH EAST
Bauchi: N11.70b
Adamawa: N9.70b
Yobe: N8.44b
Borno: N8.18b
Gombe: N6.80b
Taraba: N6.53b

#StatiSense
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27 May
Federation Account Allocation Committee #FAAC Shared among the 3 Tiers of Govt [May 1999 - Dec 2019]

Total shared: N114.12tn

OBJ [May 1999-Apr 2007]: N18.58tn
YAR [May 2007-Apr 2010]: N16.09tn
GEJ [May 2010-Apr 2015]: N47.19tn
PMB [May 2015 - ]: N32.25tn

(OAGF)

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Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ)
[May 1999 - April 2007]

1999: N468.27bn
2000: N1.44tn
2001: N1.57tn
2002: N1.80tn
2003: N2.04tn
2004: N2.67tn
2005: N3.25tn
2006: N3.89tn
2007: N1.43tn

Total FAAC Shared among Federal, States and Local Govts: N18.58 trillion

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Umaru Musa Yar'adua (YAR)
[May 2007- April 2010]

2007: N2.88tn
2008: N6.13tn
2009: N4.99tn
2010: N2.10tn

Total FAAC Shared among Federal, States and Local Govts: N16.09 trillion

#StatiSense
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26 May
NET FAAC TO LOCAL GOVT AREAS, MAY 1999 - DEC 2019 [Top 88]

LAGOS, Alimosho: N88.4b
FCT, Abuja Municipal: N71.8b
LAGOS, Ajeromi/Ifelodun: N68.7b
LAGOS, Mushin: N65.8b
LAGOS, Kosofe: N64.9b
LAGOS, Oshodi/Isolo: N64.4b
LAGOS, Ojo: N60.7b
LAGOS, Surulere: N60.4

#StatiSense

(OAGF)
Cont'd. NET FAAC TO LGAs

LAGOS, Ikorodu: N58.7b
LAGOS, Agege: N56.2b
LAGOS, Ifako/Ijaye: N56.2b
LAGOS, Shomolu: N55.6b
LAGOS, Lagos Mainland: N51.1b
LAGOS, Ikeja: N50.2b
FCT, Bwari: N49.7b
LAGOS, Amuwo-Odofin: N49.6b
LAGOS, Eti-Osa: N49.5b
LAGOS, Epe: N47.2b

#StatiSense
Cont'd. NET FAAC TO LGAs

LAGOS, Badagry: N47.2b
BAUCHI, Bauchi: N47.1b
FCT, Gwagwalada: N46.9b
LAGOS, Apapa: N45.9b
KANO, Nasarawa (Kano): N45.7b
LAGOS, Lagos Island: N45.6b
FCT, Kwali: N45.4b
FCT, Kuje: N45.1b
BORNO, Maiduguri Metro: N43.2b
RIVERS, PH: N42.9b

#StatiSense
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11 May
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD BY INCOME LEVEL - Gross National Income per capita

LOW-INCOME ECONOMIES ($1,025 OR LESS) [31]
Afghanistan
Benin
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Central African Republic
Chad
Congo, Dem. Rep
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Gambia, The
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Haiti

#StatiSense
Low Income economies - Cont'd.

Korea, Dem. People's Rep.
Liberia
Madagascar
Malawi
Mali
Mozambique
Nepal
Niger
Rwanda
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Sudan
Syrian Arab Republic
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Togo
Uganda
Yemen, Rep.

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LOWER-MIDDLE INCOME ECONOMIES ($1,026 TO $3,995) [47]

Angola
Bangladesh
Bhutan
Bolivia
Cabo Verde
Cambodia
Cameroon
Comoros
Congo, Rep.
Côte d'Ivoire
Djibouti
Egypt, Arab Rep.
El Salvador
Eswatini
Ghana
Honduras
India
Indonesia
Kenya
Kiribati
Kyrgyz Republic
Lao PDR

#StatiSense
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26 Mar
CSR during #COVIDー19

@UBAGroup is providing N5Bn ($14m) to #COVID19 Relief Support Across Africa

Lagos: N1Bn
Abuja: N500m
35 States in Nigeria: N1Bn
Africa countries: N1.5Bn
Medical Centres with equipment & supplies: N1Bn
Free Telemedicine call centre facility

#StatiSense
Cont'd.

2. @gtbank donates medical facility for #COVIDー19 - a 100 Bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

3. @Atiku donates N50m Relief Fund to support the Federal Govt's battle against the #Coronavirus pandemic in the country. - Channelstv

#StatiSense
4. @AlikoDangote donates N200m to fight #CoronaVirusInNigeria.

5. @DrPaulEnenche, @DrBeckyEnenche & @DunamisGospel donate medical equipments to FCT Admin

8 units of hospital beds & mattresses,
2 units of the height measuring sticks, 
1 unit examination couch

#StatiSense
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24 Mar
🇳🇬 GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY INDEX

Nigeria is ranked 96th/195 (score 36.7%).

INDICATORS: Rank & Score:

1. Prevention: 123rd & 26.6%
2. Detection: 78th & 44.6%
3. Response: 68th & 43.8%
4. Health System: 107th & 19.9%
5. Norms: 50th & 56.7%
6. Risk: 174th & 33.7%

#StatiSense
Detail of each Indicator - Cont'd.

1. Prevention of the emergence or release of pathogens: 123rd, scored 26.7%

2. Early detection & reporting for epidemics of potential int'l concern: 78th, scored 44.6%

#StatiSense
Cont'd.

3. Rapid response to and mitigation of the spread if an epidemic: 68th, scored 43.8%

4. Sufficient & robust health system. To treat the sick & protect health workers: 107th, scored 19.9%

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14 Jan
100 SMALL SCALE BUSINESS IDEAS IN NIGERIA -

Quail Bird Farming
Catering Services (Indoor & Outdoor)
Mobile food Vending
Computer Training Centre
Computer Repair & Accessories Sales
Mobile Phone Sales & Repairs
Rental Services
Food Processing

#StatiSense

(NIGERIAN FINDER)
Cement Sales and Distribution
Frozen food Sales
Pure and Bottled Water Production
Livestock Farming
Poultry Farming
Used Car Sales
Social Media Marketing
Blogging
Freelance Writing
Mini-Importation
Exportation
Cooking Gas Sales
Recruitment Agency

#StatiSense
Ready-to-wear cloths making
Haulage & Logistics
Transportation
Online Marketing
Bulk SMS Services
Daycare Centre/Crèche
Small Scale Manufacturing
Scrap metal sales
Waste Management Services
Pet Breeding
Animal feed production
Ethanol Production

#StatiSense
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13 Jan
50 SMALL BUSINESS IDEAS FOR BEGINNERS

Home Contractor
Lawn Care Specialist
Freelance Writer
Blogger
Virtual Assistant
Home Cleaning Service
Child Care Service
Translator
Accountant
Errand Service
Social Media Mgr
Social Media Influencer
Podcaster

#StatiSense

(SMALL BIZ TRENDS)
Cont'd

Etsy Seller
Flea Market Vendor
Ecommerce Reseller
Web Designer
House Painter
Dog Walker
Baker
Event Planner
Hairdresser
Makeup Artist
Musician
Photographer
Car Washing
T-shirt Designer
Coffee Cart Operator
Meal Preparation Service
Antique Refurbisher
Public Speaker
Tutor
Personal Trainer
Yoga or Music Teacher
Dance Instructor
Graphic Designer
Tech Support Biz
Housekeeper
Affiliate Marketer
YouTube Personality
eBook Author
Interior Decor
Pool Cleaner
Furniture Maker
Proofreader
Resume Service
Scrapbook Maker
Clothing Alterations Service
Courier
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6 Jan
NIGERIA 2020 BUDGET ALLOCATIONS TO MINISTRIES - THE FACTS & FIGURES

#Thread
#StatiSense

Defence: N900.77Bn (8.50%)

Education: N686.82Bn (6.48%)

Health: N463.74Bn (4.38%)

Police Affairs: N410.53Bn (3.88%)

Works And Housing: N343.55Bn (3.24%)

(Min of Finance)
Cont'd.

Interior: N253.49Bn (2.39%)

Agricu & Rural Devt: N183.08Bn (1.73%)

Youth & Sports Devt: N172.07Bn (1.62%)

ONSA: N144.33Bn (1.36%)

Power: N134.91Bn (1.27%)

Transport: N133.99Bn (1.26%)

Niger Delta Affairs: N106.02Bn (1.00%)

Science & Tech: N105.64Bn (1.00%)
Cont'd.

Water Resources: N100.56Bn (0.95%)

Office of the SGF: N84.79Bn (0.80%)

Petroleum Resources: N79.3Bn (0.75%)

Foreign Affairs: N75.42Bn (0.71%)

Presidency: N65.59Bn (0.62%)

Humanitarian Affairs: N65.17Bn (0.62%)

FCT: N62.41Bn (0.59%)

#StatiSense
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2 Jan
🇳🇬 2019: 60 MOST CAPITALIZED COMPANIES

# Dangote Cement: N2.42trn
#2 MTN Nigeria Comms: N2.14trn
#3 Nestle Nigeria Plc.: N1.17trn
#4 Airtel Africa Plc: N1.12trn
#5 Guaranty Trust Bank: N874.11bn
#6 Zenith Bank: N583.97bn
#7 Nigerian Breweries: N471.82bn

#StatiSense

(NSE)
Cont'd.

#8 StanbicIBTC Holdings Plc: N430.7bn
#9 Seplat Petrol Devt Comp.: N387.08bn
#10 Access Bank: N355.45bn
#11 Lafarge Africa: N246.45bn
#12 United Bank For Africa: N244.53bn
#13 Cement Co. of North Nig: N237.9bn
#14 FBN Holdings Plc: N220.76bn

#StatiSense
Cont'd.

#15 Union Bank Nig: N174.72bn
#16 Dangote Flour Mills Plc: N163.2bn
#17 Unilever Nigeria: N126.39bn
#18 Ecobank Transnl Inc: N119.27bn
#19 Notore Chemical Ind: N100.75bn
#20 It'l Breweries: N81.66bn
#21 Flour Mills Nig: N80.78bn
#22 Guinness Nig: N65.82bn

#StatiSense
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27 Dec 19
FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE - Target, Actual, Achievement (2000-2019)

2019
Target: N8.80tn
Actual: N5.01tn
Achievement: 57%

2018
Target: N6.75tn
Actual: N5.32tn
Achievement: 79%

2017
Target: N4.89tn
Actual: N4.03tn
Achievement: 82%

#StatiSense

(FIRS/CBN)
Cont'd.

2016
Target: N4.91tn
Actual: N3.30tn
Achievement: 67%

2015
Target: N4.57tn
Actual: N3.74tn
Achievement: 82%

2014
Target: N4.09tn
Actual: N4.72tn
Achievement: 115%

2013
Target: N4.47tn
Actual: N4.81tn
Achievement: 108%

#StatiSense
Cont'd.

2012
Target: N3.64tn
Actual: N5.01n
Achievement: 138%

2011
Target: N3.64tn
Actual: N4.63tn
Achievement: 127%

2010
Target: N2.56tn
Actual: N2.84tn
Achievement: 111%

2009
Target: N1.91tn
Actual: N2.20tn
Achievement: 115%

#StatiSense
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26 Dec 19
MICROSOFT EXCEL TIPS

1 Conditional Formatting
2 PivotTables
3 Paste Special
4 Add Multiple Rows
5 Absolute References
6 Print Optimisation
7 Extend Formula Across/Down
8 Flash Fill
9 INDEX-MATCH
10 Filters
11 SUM
12 Ctrl Z
13 Format Cells
14 VLOOKUP
15 Ctrl C

(@ExcelWithBiz)
16 Ctrl V
17 Basic Arithmetic
18 COUNT and COUNTA
19 Remove Duplicates
20 COUNTIF
21 Options Advanced
22 Charts
23 Freeze Panes
24 SUMIF
25 Protect Sheet
26 F4
27 Sort
28 Save As (F12)
29 Move or Copy Column/Row
30 Ctrl (Arrows, PG Up, Etc)
31 IF
32 Linking Cells (EG '=A1=B1')
33 Wrap Text
34 IF and ISERROR
35 Data Validation
36 Use of '(Apostrophe)
37 Resize Columns/Rows
38 F2
39 Alt Enter
40 Number Formats
41 Layout, Design & Formatting
42 Redo (Ctrl Y)
43 Cumulative Sum
44 Find and Replace
45 & and CONCATENATE
46 Extend Selection
47 Slicers
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18 Dec 19
🇳🇬 THE AVERAGE UNIT COST FOR TRAINING AN UNDERGRADUATE IN THE UNIVERSITY (2018)

AUN: N6.21m
NDA: N6.13m
FIRST TECH UNI: N4.47m
PAMO: N3.15m
HALLMARK: N2.5m
UMS, ONDO: N2.5m
SKYLINE: N2.25m
ANCHOR: N2.2m
AUGUSTINE: N2.2m
PAN-ATLANTIC: N2.15m
VERITAS: N2.03m

(NUC)
Contd.

MICHEAL & CECILA IBRU: N1.82m
GREGORY: N1.8m
CHRISLAND: N1.77m
WESLEY: N1.71m
ARTHUR JARVIS: N1.5m
NILE UNI: N1.5m
NIGERIA POLICE ACADEMY: N1.38m
GODFREY: N1.35m
ABUAD: N1.3m
COVENANT: N1.27
CLIFFORD: N1.18m
MOUNTAIN TOP: N1.16m
LEGACY UNIVERSITY: N1.14m

(NUC)
KWARARAFA: N1.12m
EDO UNIV: N1.11m
COAL CITY UNI: N1.11m
OBONG UNI: N1.04m
FED UNIV GASHUA: N1.01m
SAU: N1m
AIRFORCE INST OF TECH: N1m
PRECIOUS CORNERSTONE: N1m
KSUST, WUDII: N979K
MCPHERSON : N950K
A/IBOM STATE UNI: N929K
FED UNI LAFIA: N870K
BIU: N843K
DOMINICAN: N832K

(NUC)
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22 Nov 19
THE BEST 100 COMPANIES TO WORK FOR IN 2019

#1 SHELL
#2 CHEVRON
#3 DANGOTE
#4 NNPC
#5 NESTLE
#6 EXXON MOBIL
#7 MTN
#8 TOTAL
#9 ANDELA
#10 KPMG
#11 NIGERIAN BREWERIES
#12 PWC
#13 GUARANTY TRUST BANK
#14 UNILEVER
#15 GOOGLE
#16 GLO
#17 NIGERIAN BOTTLING COMPANY

(JOBBERMAN)
#18 GUINNESS
#19 DELOITTE
#20 BRITISH
AMERICAN
TOBACCO
#21 FIRST BANK
#22 NLNG
#23 CENTRAL BANK
OF NIGERIA
#24 ZENITH BANK
#25 ACCESS BANK
#26 JULIUS BERGER
#27 PAYSTACK
#28 MICROSOFT
#29 PZ CUSSONS
#30 PROCTER
& GAMBLE
#31 GENERAL
ELECTRIC (GE)
#32 UNITED
NATIONS
#33 AIRTEL
#34 NATIONAL BROADCASTING COM
#35 FLOUR MILLS OF NIGERIA
#36 CADBURY
#37 INTERSWITCH
#38 JUMIA
#39 OANDO
#40 UNITED
BANK FOR
AFRICA
#41 SCHLUMBERGER
#42 FEDERAL INLAND
REV. SERVICE #43 AGIP
#44 FRIESLAND CAMPINAWAMCO NIG
#45 STANBIC
IBTC BANK
#46 GLAXOSMITHKLINE
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22 Oct 19
2020 PROPOSED BUDGET LINE BY LINE

EXPENDITURE: N9.45trn

SALARY: N4.9trn

PERSONNEL COST: N4.3trn

OTHER RECURRENT COSTS: N3.52trn

INTEREST - INTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT: N3.47trn

PUBLIC DEBT CHARGES: N2.45trn

SALARIES AND WAGES: N2.45trn

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE: N1.62trn
Cont'd.

ALLOWANCES AND SOCIAL CONTRIBUTION: N1.45trn

INTEREST - EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT: N1.44trn

ALLOWANCES: N1.14trn

NON REGULAR ALLOWANCES: N1.07trn

OVERHEAD COST: N873.6Bn

SOCIAL BENEFITS: N804.33Bn

OTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS: N643.23Bn
ACQUISITION OF NON TANGIBLE ASSETS: N643.23Bn

MISCELLANEOUS: N624.21Bn

CONSTRUCTION / PROVISION: N612.61Bn

CONSTRUCTION / PROVISION OF FIXED ASSETS - GENERAL: N612.61Bn

PENSION: N366.6Bn

SOCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS: N309.4Bn

SINKING FUND: N296Bn
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16 Oct 19
2019 HALF-YEAR NET #FAAC TO STATE GOVT (STATE & THEIR LGA)

DELTA: N131.42bn
AKWA IBOM: N112.74bn
LAGOS: N109.51bn
RIVERS: N99.77bn
KANO: N84.11bn
BAYELSA: N74.85bn
KATSINA: N63.28bn
KADUNA: N59.54bn
OYO: N58.47bn
BORNO: N55.92bn
JIGAWA: N53bn
NIGER: N51.71bn
IMO: N50.18bn

(NBS)
Cont'd. 2019 HALF-YEAR NET #FAAC TO STATE GOVT (STATE & THEIR LGA)

FCT: N49.9bn
BENUE: N49.28bn
SOKOTO: N49.1bn
EDO: N49.1bn
BAUCHI: N47.82bn
ANAMBRA: N46.43bn
KEBBI: N46.03bn
KOGI: N45.42bn
ONDO: N45.27bn
ADAMAWA: N42.9bn
ENUGU: N42.19bn
YOBE: N41.83bn
ABIA: N41.38bn
Cont'd. 2019 HALF-YEAR NET #FAAC TO STATE GOVT (STATE & THEIR LGA)

PLATEAU: N39.34bn
TARABA: N38.92bn
OGUN: N36.35bn
KWARA: N35.62bn
ZAMFARA: N35.38bn
NASARAWA: N34.77bn
C/RIVER: N34.09bn
EBONYI: N33.81bn
EKITI: N33.64bn
OSUN: N33.1bn
GOMBE: N31.06bn

Grand Total: N1.95tn
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12 Oct 19
STATES' INTERNALLY GENERATED REVENUE #IGR BETWEEN JANUARY & JUNE 2018, 2019, AND YEAR-ON-YEAR #YoY GROWTH RATE

#Thread
(NBS)

ABIA STATE
2018: N6.98bn
2019: N7.91bn
YoY Growth Rate: 13%

ADAMAWA STATE
2018: N3.18bn
2019: N5.01bn
YoY Growth Rate: 58%

/1
Cont'd.

AKWA IBOM STATE
2018: N11.83bn
2019: N20.46bn
YoY Growth Rate: 73%

ANAMBRA STAtE
2018: N7.07bn
2019: N6.07bn
YoY Growth Rate: -14%

BAUCHI STATE
2018: N4.61bn
2019: N8.27bn
YoY Growth Rate: 79%

BAYELSA STATE
2018: N6.87bn
2019: N5.88bn
YoY Growth Rate: -14%

/2
Cont'd.

BENUE STATE
2018: N6.06bn
2019: N12.13bn
YoY Growth Rate: 100%

BORNO STATE
2018: N3.06bn
2019: N3.92bn
YoY Growth Rate: 28%

CROSS RIVER STATE
2018: N9.76bn
2019: N16.73bn
YoY Growth Rate: 71%

DELTA STATE
2018: N29.8bn
2019: N36.39bn
YoY Growth Rate: 22%

/3
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11 Oct 19
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA BUDGETING PROCESS 101.

1. The Budget process goes through 14 Stages.

2. While there are 3 Arms, Nigeria's budget process is the exclusive responsibility of both The Executive and the Legislative Arms.
#NigeriaBudget101
3. The Fiscal Responsibilities Act 2007 is one of the Legal Frameworks guiding the content and presentation of the Budget.

4. The Budget is made of 4 Components;
(a) Statutory Transfers
(b) Debt Service - Domestic & Foreign
(c) Recurrent Expenditure
(d) Capital Expenditure
5. Elements in the Statutory Transfers are first line Charge. They are:
#NASS
#UBEC
#NDDC
#NHRC
#INEC
#NJC
#PCC
#BHCPF
#NEDC

6. Debt Services are for servicing both domestic and foreign loans the Govt takes to complement its revenues in order to meet up with the budget.
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11 Oct 19
STATE IGR: Half-Year Performance
Lagos: N205.16bn
Rivers: N75.97bn
FCT: N38.57bn
Delta: N36.39bn
Ogun: N29.58bn
Kaduna: N22.40bn
Akwa Ibom: N20.46bn
Ondo: N19bn
Kano: N18.56bn
Cross River: N16.73bn
Kwara: N16.09bn
Edo: N15.44bn
Oyo: N14.06bn
Benue: N12.13bn
Sokoto: N12.08bn

-NBS
Cont'd.

Enugu: N10.70bn
Imo: N10.55bn
Osun: N10.21bn
Plateau: N9.41bn
Niger: N9.13bn
Bauchi: N8.27bn
Abia: N7.91bn
Zamfara: N7.21bn
Kogi: N6.68bn
Anambra: N6.07bn
Bayelsa: N5.88bn
Jigawa: N5.37bn
Ebonyi: N5.14bn
Ekiti: N5.05bn

(NBS)
Cont'd.

Adamawa: N5.01bn
Nasarawa: N4.84bn
Katsina: N4.81bn
Kebbi: N4.73bn
Borno: N3.92bn
Taraba: N3.27bn
Yobe: N2.21bn
Gombe: N2.09bn

(NBS)
/END.
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18 Sep 19
BREAKING: Nigeria ranks 121st among 146 countries with an overall score of 49.20% in the 2019 Social Progress Index report.

Nigeria has dropped 7 places from 114th (and 49.27%) in 2018 to its current position in 2019.

Cc @socprogress
(Social Progress Index, 2019)
The Social Progress Index #SPI is used to measure how socially developed countries are on three dimensions of social progress namely:

1. Basic Human Needs
2. Foundations of Wellbeing, and
3. Opportunity.
Nigeria - Social Progress Index: %

2014 - 46.88
2015 - 47.14
2016 - 48.12
2017 - 49.07
2018 - 49.27
2019 - 49.20

Nigeria SPI dropped from 114th to 121st

Basic Human Needs: 50.32% to 50.17%

Foundations of Wellbeing: 55.72% to 57.31%

Opportunity: 41.77% to 40.12%
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