Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Special Report: Break Down Of The Paris Club Refunds To The States And FCT

Adeosun: Nigeria's Finance Minister 

1. Abia - $151, 410, 816.39
2. Adamawa - $161, 968, 221.27
3. Akwa Ibom - $344, 122,584.90
4. Anambra - $162, 163, 091.98)
5. Bauchi - $182, 192, 756.59


6. Bayelsa - $329, 744, 322.49
7. Benue - $81, 580, 708.60
8. Borno - $194, 461, 850.74
9. Cross River - $160, 936, 263.51
10. Delta - $365, 655, 143.86
11. Ebonyi - $119, 419,427.28
12. Edo - $161, 354, 346, .83
13. Ekiti - $126, 432, 758.86
14. Enugu - $142, 034, 156.54
15. Gombe - $118,486,826.45
16. Imo - $185, 451, 792. 92
17. Jigawa - $188, 282, 561.77
18. Kaduna - $204, 549, 118.60
19. Kano - $287, 952, 190.23
20. Katsina - $217, 274, 991.01
21. Kebbi - $158,344,357.37
22. Kogi - $159, 674,903.18
23. Kwara - $135, 646, 207
24. Lagos - $223, 773, 195.58
25. Nasarawa - $120, 557, 593.92
26. Niger - $191, 014, 388.20
27. Ogun - $152, 036, 415.75
28. Ondo - $185, 527, 107.67
29. Osun - $167, 261, 095.11
30. Oyo - $209, 314, 168. 61
31. Plateau - $149, 512, 027.96
32. Rivers - $462, 593, 183.07
33. Sokoto - $170, 625, 921.77
34. Taraba - $148, 662,635.52
35. Yobe - $143, 393,460. 04
36. Zamfara - $144, 169, 154. 81
37. FCT - $18, 142, 185

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