Nigeria is a country that has multiple sources of generating revenue. Some states however generate more incomes that others the reason is that, the states with more companies and investments has the capacity to generate more funds.
Aside from the month to month assignments got from the government, states in Nigeria likewise meet their monetary requirements from Inside Produced Incomes (IGR), that is, the incomes they created in their particular regions.
While a few states with solid financial force have gigantic inside produced incomes to address their issues, others have low incomes which make it hard for them to address their issues without the government portions.
Here are the states with the highest Internally generated revenues.
Rank | State | IGR.
1. Rivers State (N27,618,370,390)
2. Lagos State (N16,550,697,866)
3. Kaduna State (N15,510,189,659)
4. Enugu State (N8,923,529,697)
5. Akwa Ibom State (N8,080,204,669)
6. Kwara State (N7,599,787,113)
7. Osun State (N7,540,730,845)
8. Zamfara State (N7,209,347,808)
9. Anambra State (N7,063,928,218)
10. Benue State (N6,634,997,664)
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