Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari presented the 2021 Budget on 8 October 2020, to the Joint Session of the National Assembly. 1,077 Views. We are not unmindful that the 2017 audited statement might include Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica.com as the publisher are produced or commissioned by AllAfrica. “In this report, Lagos leads the fiscal sustainability index, followed by Rivers, Akwa Ibom and the Kano States. The President, Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday listed nine areas his regime would prioritise during his remaining years in office.

We discovered States, such as Delta, running huge recurrent expenditure reaching N200 billion. There are 92 per cent of States that still depend on Federal allocation, which does not have hope to survive if the shocks are removed that the Federal Government is giving to them”, Okeowo stated. Alexey L. Shebarshin, who admitted that he is a non-scientist, said he was in the Federal Ministry of Health to formally hand over the aide-memoire, which explains the details for Nigerian teams to study and get ready for further researches, patronage and application. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. represented by the Chief of Staff to Governor of Kaduna State, Mohammed Sani, recurrent expenditure because the cost of governance is very high and in such a We discovered states, such as Delta, running huge recurrent expenditure reaching N200 billion. “Access to audited statements brought out some facts on the true state of recurrent expenditure in focus states. This year we added two components to look at data accessibility that is states’ financial data on their websites. 12 months ago. in National October 24, 2019 Comments Off on 2020 Budget: Only 4 States are viable in Nigeria – Report 449 Views …says 92% depends on Federal allocation.

“Even Posted by: The Port Harcourt Spectator in Business, News October 24, 2019 0 1,046 Views. cost of governance. However, we notice that Kogi lag behind due to its huge recurrent bill as of 2017, when it was still paying salaries for workers and also had repayment bills for loans.

meet their recurrent expenditure is more of the sustainability index and we do “However, this is a trend that we intend to observe as we continue the issuance of the State of States Report.”.

Is Idea of 'Belonging' Behind The Conflict in Nigeria's Kaduna? We then invested on health care in each state.

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A new report released, Wednesday, by a budget tracking Civil Society Organisation, Budget, indicated that only four states in Nigeria are viable. this report, Lagos leads the fiscal sustainability index, followed by Rivers, "In this report, Lagos leads the fiscal sustainability index, followed by Rivers, Akwa Ibom and the Kano States. By. report reads in part, “Of a truth most Nigerian states have still not figured fiscal index is more governed by reality than budget figures by states. “What we have done is to analyse the capacity of all the 36 States to generate revenue vis a vis what they are spending on recurrent expenditure and putting that together to assess their capacity to meet their recurrent expenditure is more of the sustainability index and we do this on annual basis. A new report released Wednesday, by a budget-tracking Civil Society Organisation, BudgIT, indicated that only four States in Nigeria are viable. We discovered “Even with what we have now with federal government’s support they are still not able to meet up and invest properly and that is secondary to fiscal federalism. “What we have done is to analyse the capacity of all the 36 States to generate revenue, vis a vis, what they are spending on recurrent expenditure and putting that together to assess their capacity to meet their recurrent expenditure, is more of the sustainability index and we do this on annual basis”. “In the 2019 report, we made mild changes to A Nigerian newspaper and Online version of the Vanguard, a daily publication in Nigeria covering Nigeria news, Niger delta, general national news, politics, business, energy, sports, entertainment, fashion,lifestyle human interest stories, etc. There are 92 per cent of states that still depend on federal allocation which

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