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Bayelsa IGR hits N13.6b

Bayelsa IGR hits N13.6b

Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa The Bayelsa State Government, on Thursday, posted a total of N13.6 billion as its annual Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) for last year, as against the N4.5bn realized in 2012. The state Deputy Governor, Rear Admiral Gboribiogha John Jonah (Retd) disclosed this in Government House, Yenagoa during the monthly transparency briefing for November […]
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FG, states, councils share N812.762 billion for November 2018

A total of N812.762 billion has been shared among the federal, states and local councils as revenue that accrued to the Federation Account for November 2018. According to a statement by Mr. Oise D. Johnson, the head, Press & Public Relations, Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation (OAGF), the Technical Sub-Committee of the Federation […]
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FAAC shares N715b revenue for July

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The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) yesterday shared N714.8b among the three tiers of governments for the month of July. A break down of the figures shows that the amount comprised statutory revenue of N598b; Value Added Tax (VAT) of N79.8b; foreign exchange (Forex) equalisation of N25.9b and additional withheld funds by the Nigerian National […] …

Civil servants’ April salary may be delayed as FAAC rejects NNPC revenue figures again

Civil servants’ April salary may be delayed as FAAC rejects NNPC revenue figures again

Payment of April salary to civil servants may be delayed as the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) has for the second month in a row rejected the revenue figures presented The post Civil servants’ April salary may be delayed as FAAC rejects NNPC revenue figures again appeared first on TheCable.

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