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2016 Budget: Full List of Budget and Allocated Revenue for Nigeria States.












The Full List of the budgets of Nigeria states for the year 2016 are stated below

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


-(Source)


{*ALSO CLICK TO READ: 2016 Passed Budget - The full Breakdown}

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