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Full List: Internally Generated Revenue By States, FCT In 2022

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Nigeria’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory generated N1.93 trillion in internal revenue in 2022.

Data released on Monday by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) puts Lagos, Rivers, and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) ahead of the pack with N651.15 billion, N172.89 billion, and N124.4 billion.

 

Kebbi (N9.1 billion), Taraba (N10.2 billion), and Yobe (N10.5 billion) generated the lowest revenue.

 

The tax sub-categories recorded in the period included Pay as You Earn (PAYE), direct assessment, road taxes, stamp duties, capital gains tax, withholding taxes, other taxes, and Local Government Area (LGA) revenue.

 

PAYE emerged as the most significant revenue source during the year, contributing 67.62 percent to the total tax revenue generated nationwide, while capital gains tax had the smallest share at 0.24 percent of the total tax revenue.

 

Regarding Local Government Areas revenue, Oyo, Lagos, and Jigawa states were the top three states, reporting N11.83 billion, N11.51 billion, and N8.70 billion, respectively, for the year.

 

Here is the full list of states' Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in 2022:

 

1.       Lagos – N651.2 billion

 

2.       Rivers – N172.8 billion

 

3.       FCT – N124.4 billion

 

4.       Ogun – N120.6 billion

 

5.       Delta – N85.9 billion

 

6.       Oyo – N62.2 billion

 

7.       Kaduna – N58.1 billion

 

8.       Edo – N47.5 billion

 

9.       Kano – N42.5 billion

 

10.   Kwara – N35.8 billion

 

11.   Akwa Ibom – N34.8 billion

 

12.   Anambra – N33.9 billion

 

13.   Ondo – N32.6 billion

 

14.   Enugu – N28.7 billion

 

15.   Bauchi – N25.5 billion

 

16.   Osun – N24.6 billion

 

17.   Sokoto – N23.6 billion

 

18.   Cross River – N21.1 billion

 

19.   Jigawa – N20.5 billion

 

20.   Abia – N20.1 billion

 

21.   Zamfara – N19.4 billion

 

22.   Imo – N19.3 billion

 

23.   Nasarawa – N19.3 billion

 

24.   Borno – N19.1 billion

 

25.   Kogi – N18.2 billion

 

26.   Ekiti – N17 billion

 

27.   Niger – N16.9 billion

 

Top 10 Least Performing States:

 

28.    Benue – N15.9 billion

 

29.   Plateau – N15.9 billion

 

30.   Bayelsa – N15.9 billion

 

31.   Gombe – N13.6 billion

 

32.   Adamawa – N13.2 billion

 

33.   Katsina – N13 billion

 

34.   Ebonyi – N12.4 billion

 

35.   Yobe – N10.5 billion

 

36.   Taraba – N10.2 billion

 

37.   Kebbi – N9.1 billion


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