NNPC Refund: How States and Local Councils Shared N7.6bn in March 2012

The Economic Confidential magazine provides in the table below the disbursement of N7,617,431,250.00 to states & local government councils being 7th refund made by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation NNPC at the meeting of the Federation Account Allocation Committee in March 2012

1
S/No

2
STATE

FED. & STATE
ALLOCATION

TOTAL DERIV.
OIL & GAS

TOTAL (3+4)

LG NET
ALLOCATION

TOTAL

S/NO

1

Abia

91,928,612.27

12,972,485.42

104,901,097.69

59,314,383.09

164,215,480.78

1

2

Adamawa

102,547,335.89

102,547,335.89

79,291,647.74

181,838,983.63

2

3

A/Ibom

101,283,927.66

167,658,976.24

268,942,903.90

96,795,109.64

365,738,013.55

3

4

Anambra

102,679,511.16

102,679,511.16

83,510,552,51

186,190,063.67

4

5

Bauchi

115,704,842.54

115,704,842.54

81,859,411.88

197,564,254.43

5

6

Bayelsa

79,672,734.07

231,996,562.32

311,669,296.40

32,071,451.63

343,740,748.02

6

7

Benue

110,647,767.73

110,647,767.73

92,292,073.24

202,939,840.97

7

8

Borno

117,456,432.49

117,456,432.49

100,889,689.64

218,346,122.13

8

9

C/River

96,045,615.34

15,201,574.33

111,247,189.67

67,116,903.24

178,364,092.90

9

10

Delta

102,583,708.70

199,277,181.35

301,860,890.05

88,852,761.02

390,713,651.08

10

11

Ebonyi

86,764,433.43

 

45,894,666.71

132,659,100.14

11

12

Edo

102,062,420.44

8,293,478.27

110,355,898.72

71,646,492.49

182,002,391.20

12

13

Ekiti

86,282,742.06

86,282,742.06

53,363,277.02

139,646,019.08

13

14

Enugu

95,469,060.52

95,469,060.52

60,974,540.15

156,443,600.67

14

15

Gombe

87,831,585.10

87,831,585.10

43,684,252.43

131,515,837.54

15

16

Imo

101,194,140.29

14,357,867.64

115,552,007.93

86,575,991.45

202,127,999.38

16

17

Jigawa

112,360,247.42

112,360,247.42

92,892,665.49

205,252,912.91

17

18

Kaduna

125,705,227.98

125,705,227.98

101,996,275.41

227,701,503.39

18

19

Kano

152,911,132.99

152,911,132.99

161,144,203.38

314,055,336.37

19

20

Katsina

119,897,920.90

119,897,920.90

121,069,528.80

240,967,449.71

20

21

Kebbi

99,707,752.30

99,707,752.30

74,960,238.83

174,667,991.14

21

22

Kogi

100,006,468.32

100,006,468.32

74,196,941.60

174,203,409.92

22

23

Kwara

91,047,964.78

91,047,964.78

61,563,097.07

152,611,061.85

23

24

Lagos

144,499,323.83

144,499,323.83

107,996,716.92

252,496,040.75

24

25

Nassarawa

86,141,551.89

86,141,551.89

47,651,750.40

133,793,302.30

25

26

Niger

115,840,352.22

115,840,352.22

96,871,709.05

212,712,061.28

26

27

Ogun

97,575,055.07

97,575,055.07

73,832,963.58

171,408,018.65

27

28

Ondo

95,898,653.54

39,344,260.93

135,242,914.47

66,613,230.91

201,856,145.38

28

29

Osun

93,777,457.38

93,777,457.38

97,415,398.50

191,192,855.88

29

30

Oyo

117,037,985.24

117,037,985.24

116,184,038.75

233,222,023.99

30

31

Plateau

99,808,920.19

99,808,920.19

65,726,829.88

165,535,750.07

31

32

Rivers

110,405,103.63

289,981,591.61

400,386,695.24

85,640,771.54

486,027,466.78

32

33

Sokoto

105,618,353.72

105,618,353.72

83,821,377.87

189,439,731.59

33

34

Taraba

98,710,829.80

98,710,829.80

65,521,223.05

164,232,052.86

34

35

Yobe

95,923,526.71

95,923,526.71

65,334,796.27

161,258,322.98

35

36

Zamfara

99,415,275.50

99,415,275.50

57,052,694.57

156,467,970.07

36

37

FCT-Abuja

23,101,558.60

23,101,558.60

37

 

Sokoto Derivation

 

9,083,710.59

9,083,710.59

0.00

9,083,710.59

 

38

ONA/ASABORO
DERIVATION

 

2,098,373.79

2,098,373.79

0.00

2,098,373.79

38

39

SUB TOTAL

3,742,443,973.13

990,266,062.50

4,732,710,035.63

2,884,721,214.38

7,617,431,250.00

39

 

GRAND TOTAL

3,742,443,973.13

990,266,062.50

4,732,710,035.63

2,884,721,214.38

7,617,431,250.00

 

This table is provided by the Economic Confidential (www.economiconfidential.com). Other tables of disbursement are in the Facts and Figures of the magazine.

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