STAR INFORMATION: Budget Table – Nigeria’s Federal/States’ Budgets 2005-2013

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My People:

These are the budget amounts below;  what were expended in each year  (most frequently higher, sometimes less) are another matter entirely.
And there you have it…enjoy.
Bolaji Aluko



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BUDGET TABLE   Nigeria’s Federal/States’ Budgets since 2005 (In N billions;  tn = trillion)   

BUDGET TABLE   Nigeria’s Federal/States’ Budgets since 2005 (In N billions;  tn = trillion)   

 

S/No

States

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

TOTAL

                       

1

Ekiti

28.9

26.2

31

80.91

65.8

69.93

92.5

95.5

97.6

588.34

2

Lagos

112.7

224.23

277.77

403.4

405

429.5

445.18

485.3

499

3282.08

3

Ogun

40.55

48.58

54.8

77.34

100.02

100.73

98

200.55

211.86

932.43

4

Ondo

34.79

48.48

51.5

82.33

84.975

124.3

143

156

151

876.375

5

Osun*

25.2

29.05

34.77

38

98.01

113

88.143

150.125

0

576.298

6

Oyo

39.3

60.7

66.23

115.88

128.4

138.851

 147

196.072

152.12

1044.553

  Total SW

281.44

437.24

516.07

797.86

882.205

976.311

1013.823

1283.547

1111.58

7300.076

                       

7

  Abia

24.1

34.6

46.7

57.989

55.536

75.3

105.106

129.959

137.2

666.49

8

Anambra

29.2

35.87

54.25

60.58

75.53

67

 66.9

103.2

110.89

603.42

9

 Ebonyi

21

28.67

31.2

57.74

 73.05

76.205

73.5

86.869

104.374

552.608

10

Enugu

25.1

31.1

38.38

60.71

60.46

67.86

89.6

74.997

82.9

531.107

11

Imo

35.7

37

43.4

112.9

134

127

124.475

178.638

197.744

990.857

 

Total SE

135.1

167.24

213.93

349.919

398.576

413.365

459.581

573.663

633.108

3344.482

 

 

12

Akwa Ibom

87.17

118.68

184.03

265.15

283.813

288.834

419.785

533.113

470.08

2650.655

13

Bayelsa

116.2

 176.6

148.2

186

 164.13

178.52

214.59

238.158

285.93

1708.328

14

Cross River

35.66

44.78

39.85

106.654

 85.226

111.774

119

144.627

151.37

838.941

15

 Delta

115.99

150

189

232.8

 256.64

235.7

361.9

437.2

398

2377.23

16

 Edo

45.12

51.2

46.98

60.66

 80.59

99.25

163.86

150.045

150.97

848.675

17

Rivers

144.8

168

 183.38

377

432.28

429

415.9

438

490.32

3078.68

 

Total SS

544.94

709.26

791.44

1228.264

1302.679

1343.078

1695.035

1941.143

1946.67

11502.509

 

 

18

Jigawa

40.42

48.8

55

67.1

76.7

70.9

77.293

109.525

 115.4

661.138

19

Kaduna

 48.27

59.77

77.05

94.08

 153.17

196.7

136.5

154.3

176.4

1096.24

20

Kano

41.6

49.99

60

71.48

108.7

110.3

157.69

221.7

235.3

1056.76

21

Katsina

 31.4

37.36

55

83

69.18

81.2

100

113

114

684.14

22

Kebbi

35

40

50

 61.46

61.4

67.8

91.5

97.9

119.9

624.96

23

Sokoto

35.8

 41

48

 53

54.8

75

76.78

 100.7

115.83

600.91

24

Zamfara

43.14

38.68

66.5

76.5

59.4

73.06

59

120.81

 125

662.09

 

Total NW

275.63

315.6

411.55

506.62

583.35

674.96

698.763

917.935

1001.83

5386.238

 

 

25

Adamawa

32.152

36.3

40

43.55

53.9

67.463

70.6

87.9

95

526.865

26

Bauchi

57.8

59.93

60

120

78.89

87.7

111.957

132.547

137.3

846.124

27

Borno

50.5

48.5

56.1

 78.87

75

85

99.8

149

184.3

827.07

28

Gombe

30.66

26.41

50

65.29

 51.64

55.6

79.4

93.535

107.893

560.428

29

Taraba

44.65

 26.2

33

37.5

48.87

64.144

 58.7

 73.8

73

459.864

30

Yobe

33.12

38.47

44

73

46.47

62.42

69.22

78.5

86.6

531.8

 

Total NE

248.882

235.81

283.1

418.21

354.77

422.327

489.677

615.282

684.093

3752.151

 

 

31

Benue

44.91

46.3

44.84

64.65

63.29

89.49

71.6

159.78

130.992

715.852

32

Kogi

31.31

33.89

45

52.37

78.669

78

80

126.411

132.6

658.25

33

Kwara

 33.9

35.66

60

66.5

72.2

67

60.61

85.1

94.4

575.37

34

Nasarawa

25.42

29.05

35.46

55.7

58.3

87.5

81.506

104

108

584.936

35

Niger

33.79

42.08

 50

55.45

69.09

111

129

94.05

83.7

668.16

36

Plateau

29.4

31.9

45

63.02

79.5

74.864

86.562

115

133.5

658.746

 

Total NC

198.73

218.88

280.3

357.69

421.049

507.854

509.278

684.341

683.192

3861.314

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

37

FCT, Abuja

52.88

36

64.3

69.5

 159.5

158

236

306.414

 253.1998

1,335.7938

Z1

Total SW

281.44

437.24

516.07

797.86

882.205

976.311

1013.823

1283.547

1111.58

7,300.076

Z2

Total SS

544.94

709.26

791.44

1228.264

1302.679

1343.078

1695.035

1941.143

1946.67

11,502.509

Z3

Total SE

135.1

167.24

213.93

349.919

398.576

413.365

459.581

573.663

633.108

3,344.482

Z4

Total NW

275.63

315.6

411.55

506.62

583.35

674.96

698.763

917.935

1001.83

5,386.238

Z5

Total NC

198.73

218.88

280.3

357.69

421.049

507.854

509.278

684.341

683.192

3,861.314

Z6

Total NE

248.882

235.81

283.1

418.21

354.77

422.327

489.677

615.282

684.093

3,752.151

 

Sub-Total

1,737.602

2,120.03

2,560.69

3,728.063

4,102.129

4,495.895

5,102.157

6,322.325

6,313.6728

36,482.5638

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38

Fed. Govt.

1.80 tn

 1.90 tn

2.3 tn

3.58 tn

3.76 tn

4.61 tn

4.484 tn

4.7 tn

4.987 tn

32.121 tn

   TOTAL

3.54 tn 

4.02 tn 

4.86 tn 

7.42 tn  

7.86 tn  

9.11 tn  

9.59 tn  

9.64 tn 

11.30 tn

67.34 tn

 

Presented in present form by NM (January 20, 2013)
*Osun yet to present its 2013 Budget estimate





 

 
VANGUARD
 
FG, states, LGAs squander N80 trn in 9 years

On January 19, 2013 · In Special Report
BY CLIFFORD NDUJIHE,  DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR
BY the end of December 31, 2013 the three tiers of government in Nigeria would have spent N80 trillion or more, going by federal and states’ budget appropriations and statutory allocations to the 774 local councils since January 2005, Vanguard’s investigations have revealed.
On the average, this means our 811 governments spend collectively N8.89 trillion a year, N740.74 billion a month, N24.35 billion a day and N1.01 billion an hour.
If 2013 is singled out, the expenditure will be higher. Apart from Osun State, which is yet to publish its 2013 budget estimates, the Federal Government, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and the other 35 states, barring supplementary budgets, will spend N11.301 trillion this year.
The local councils are expected to earn at least N1.4 trillion from statutory allocation in 2013. Thus, the three tiers of government would spend at least N12.7 trillion this year which translates to N34.79 billion a day
The N80 trillion excludes local councils’ internally-generated revenue, IGR, and some supplementary appropriations by state governments. In 2008, the councils got N1.05 trillion as statutory allocations from the Federation Account and about N1.2 trillion in 2009. In the eight years up to 2007, the third tier of government received N3.3trillion. Between 2010 and 2012, the councils got about N3.8 trillion as statutory allocations.
Of this princely sum, about N24 trillion or 30 per cent was spent on capital projects while N56 trillion or 70 per cent was squandered on recurrent expenditure.
Giving insight of what to be expected in the 2013 Federal budget recently, Finance Minister and Co-ordinating Minister of the Economy, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said the Federal Government had reduced the recurrent expenditure component of the budget from 71.47 per cent of the 2012 budget to 68.66 per cent.
“We are increasing the capital expenditure from 28.53 per cent in 2012 to 31.34 per cent in 2013,” she added.
Without meaning to, Okonjo-Iweala showed why majority of Nigerians have been swimming in extreme poverty over the years despite hefty budgets.
How? If only 31.34 per cent of the 2013 budget is allocated to capital expenditure (provision of infrastructure, amenities, etc), which may be miserly implemented as usual with 68.66 per cent to be squandered on recurrent expenditure (salaries, emoluments of public servants and political office holders, running costs, etc), there is really no cause for cheer. Most states of the federation operate similar budgets.
The composition of the nation’s public servants is as follows: Federal executive, 472; federal lawmakers, 469; state executives, 2664; state lawmakers, 1,152; council executives, 3096; council lawmakers 8692; and federal/state judiciary, 934, totaling 17,474, a mere 0.011 per cent of Nigeria’s 160,000 million population.
Over the years, the bulk of funds allocated to capital projects have been looted by political leaders and civil servants. And despite the efforts of the anti-graft agencies like the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices and related offences Commission (ICPC), graft is still upwelling and looted funds are hardly recovered leaving the citizenry to bear the brunt.
High, maternal, infant mortality rates
A United Nations report titled: “Trends in Maternal Mortality: 1990 to 2010,” which was released on May 16 showed that 14 percent of the world’s deaths related to childbearing occur in Nigeria.
While maternal death rates around the world have almost halved over the past two decades, according to the UN report, Nigeria’s rate — 630 deaths for every 100,000 live births — is the world’s 10th highest, behind nine other sub-Saharan African countries led by Chad and Somalia.
Statistics from the Save the Children organisation, an international non-profit group revealed that almost 800,000 Nigerian children die every year before their fifth birthday, making Nigeria the country with the highest number of new born deaths in Africa. The group said that majority of children deaths under age five, particularly in the northern parts of the country, were due to treatable and preventable diseases. The group released the figures at a Save the Children Special Campaign (STC) launched in Lagos last Tuesday.
Poor human development indices
Currently, Nigeria is ranked 142 out of 169 countries on the Global Human Development Index. Nigeria’s ranking was part of the 2010 Human Development Report released by the United Nations Development Programme in Abuja last Monday. The HDI is a comparative measure of life expectancy, literacy, education and standards of living for countries worldwide.
Indeed, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said recently that more than 112.5 million Nigerians were living below the poverty line.
It said the percentage of Nigerians living in absolute poverty — those who can afford only the bare essentials of food, shelter and clothing — rose to 60.9 per cent in 2010, compared with 54.7 per cent in 2004.
According to the Statistician General of the Federation, Dr Yemi Kale, between 2004 and 2010, Nigeria’s poverty rate had moved from 54.4 per cent to 69 per cent involving 112,518,507 Nigerians, adding that although the country’s Gross Domestic Growth (GDP) had grown since then, it had little impact on the poverty situation.
How N80 trn was  spent
Among the three tiers government, the Federal Government is the major spender. By the end of 2013, it would have spent N32.121 trillion. The Central government is distantly followed (See table) by Trillionaire states like Lagos (N3.282 trillion), Rivers (N3.079 trillion), Akwa Ibom (N2.651 trillion), Delta (N2.377 trillion), Bayelsa (N1.708 trillion), FCT (N1.336 trillion), Kaduna (N1.096 trillion), Kano (N1.057 trillion) and Oyo (N1.045 trillion).
The expenditures of Lagos and Rivers respectively within the period are equivalent to what the five states of the South-East geo-political zone (N3.345 trillion) and six states of the North-East geo-political zone (N3.752 trillion) spent in nine years.
Across the zones, the oil-rich South-South spent N11.503 trillion. It was followed by South-West (N7.30 trillion), North-West (N5.386 trillion), North-Central (N5.197 trillion), North-East (N3.752 trillion) and the least, South-East (N3.345 trillion).
 
BUDGET TABLE   Federal/States’ Budgets since 2005 (In N billions)   
S/No    States    2005    2006    2007    2008    2009    2010    2011    2012    2013
1    Abia    24.1    34.6    46.7    57.989    55.536    75.3    105.106    129.959    137.2
2    Adamawa    32.152    36.3    40    43.55    53.9    67.463    70.6    87.9    95
3    Akwa Ibom    87.17    118.68    184.03    265.15    283.813    288.834    419.785    533.113    470.08
4    Anambra    29.2    35.87    54.25    60.58    75.53    67    66.9    103.2    110.89
5    Bauchi    57.8    59.93    60    120    78.89    87.7    111.957    132.547    137.3
6    Bayelsa    116.2    176.6    148.2    186    164.13    178.52    214.59    238.158    285.93
7    Benue    44.91    46.3    44.84    64.65    63.29    89.49    71.6    159.78    130.992
8    Borno    50.5    48.5    56.1    78.87    75    85    99.8    149    184.3
9    Cross River    35.66    44.78    39.85    106.654    85.226    111.774    119    144.627    151.37
10    Delta    115.99    150    189    232.8    256.64    235.7    361.9    437.2    398
11    Ebonyi    21    28.67    31.2    57.74    73.05    76.205    73.5    86.869    104.374
12    Edo    45.12    51.2    46.98    60.66    80.59    99.25    163.86    150.045    150.97
13    Ekiti    28.9    26.2    31    80.91    65.8    69.93    92.5    95.5    97.6
14    Enugu    25.1    31.1    38.38    60.71    60.46    67.86    89.6    74.997    82.9
15    Gombe    30.66    26.41    50    65.29    51.64    55.6    79.4    93.535    107.893
16    Imo     35.7    37    43.4    112.9    134    127    124.475    178.638    197.744
17    Jigawa    40.42    48.8    55    67.1    76.7    70.9    77.293    109.525    115.4
18    Kaduna    48.27    59.77    77.05    94.08    153.17    196.7    136.5    154.3    176.4
19    Kano    41.6    49.99    60    71.48    108.7    110.3    157.69    221.7    235.3
20    Katsina    31.4    37.36    55    83    69.18    81.2    100    113    114
21    Kebbi    35    40    50    61.46    61.4    67.8    91.5    97.9    119.9
22    Kogi    31.31    33.89    45    52.37    78.669    78    80    126.411    132.6
23    Kwara    33.9    35.66    60    66.5    72.2    67    60.61    85.1    94.4
24    Lagos    112.7    224.23    277.77    403.4    405    429.5    445.18    485.3    499
25    Nasarawa    25.42    29.05    35.46    55.7    58.3    87.5    81.506    104    108
26    Niger    33.79    42.08    50    55.45    69.09    111    129    94.05    83.7
27    Ogun    40.55    48.58    54.8    77.34    100.02    100.73    98    200.55    211.86
28    Ondo    34.79    48.48    51.5    82.33    84.975    124.3    143    156    151
29    Osun    25.2    29.05    34.77    38    98.01    113    88.143    150.125
30    Oyo    39.3    60.7    66.23    115.88    128.4    138.851    147    196.072    152.12
31    Plateau    29.4    31.9    45    63.02    79.5    74.864    86.562    115    133.5
32    Rivers    144.8    168    183.38    377    432.28    429    415.9    438    490.32
33    Sokoto    35.8    41    48    53    54.8    75    76.78    100.7    115.83
34    Taraba    44.65    26.2    33    37.5    48.87    64.144    58.7    73.8    73
35    Yobe    33.12    38.47    44    73    46.47    62.42    69.22    78.5    86.6
36    Zamfara    43.14    38.68    66.5    76.5    59.4    73.06    59    120.81    125
37    FCT, Abuja    52.88    36    64.3    69.5    159.5    158    236    306.414    253.1998
38    Fed. Govt.    1.80 tn    1.90 tn    2.3 tn    3.58 tn    3.76 tn    4.61 tn    4.484 tn    4.7 tn    4.987 tn
TOTAL    3.54 tn    4.02 tn    4.86 tn    7.42 tn    7.86 tn    9.11 tn    9.59 tn    9.64 tn    11.30 tn
Legend: tn = trillion

 

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35 Responses to “STAR INFORMATION: Budget Table – Nigeria’s Federal/States’ Budgets 2005-2013”

  1. CHIGOZIE says:

    GOOD WORK.THANKS FOR SUCH VITAL INFORMATION.HOPE IT IS RELIABLE?

  2. Alade Ridwan Olamide says:

    Thanks for providing us with the report…….keep doing the good work…

  3. Charlie says:

     Please do you have links or info about budget info for earlier years?

  4. Laja Dipe says:

    please can you provide me with Nigerias’ budget on Health from 2004 to date?

  5. wifa says:

    Nice job, pls sir can u provide me with the federal allocation to rivers state since 2005. tanx

  6. dawari says:

    Why are our leaders so heartless and selfish. So our politicians have been sharing this amount of money and yet no one is considering the poor,th unemployed youths of this great nation. Our leader why are you this heartless.

  7. Emi Iyalla says:

    Thanks for this information. But can we have the actual ALLOCATION that was given to the states?

  8. QS. ISRAEL says:

    THANKS FOR THE GOOD WORK. PLS CAN YOU PROVIDE ME CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BUDGET & RECURRENT EXPENDITURE BUDGET OR LINK TO GET THIS INFORMATION. THANKS A MILLION

  9. Muhammad says:

    thanks for your serviceable information>

  10. Dennis says:

    Pls if you have the states income and expenditure with projects executed do send to me. it could be useful purely for academic purposes.

    Thank you in anticipation of your kind cooperation.

  11. PEACE says:

    please can you provide me with Nigeria’s budget on Health from 2004 to date?

  12. bose oyelade says:

    pls can you send me federal government project estimate on capital and recurrent expanditure from 2002 to 2012 thanks for your good work

  13. Dr. J. N. Uhama says:

    Dear Sir , Thank you for your good work , can you please e-mail to me the federal bughet for health from 2009 to 2014 and if possible , what is the percentage of the bughet to the nation’s GDP ?

  14. Inyang Inyang says:

    Pls kindly let me in to the knowledge of where and how I can get the nation’s budget from 1994 to 2012. This will aid me in my project pls. Thank you as you assist me. 

    • Asuquo says:

      Well done for a critical concept. Please, I need each state’s budget for Agricultural sector from 2005 to 20017. Also the federal government budget from 2005 to 2017 with the allocation in figure to Agricultural sector. Thank you

  15. Yetunde says:

    pls can you help with the budget profile of the university of Ibadan?Just need it for a research work.

  16. vivian says:

    Pls can you e-mail me the federal budget allocation on education from 2004 to date, the ranking, percentage of the budget to the nation’s  GDP.thanks 

  17. osar's says:

    pls email me on the education,health and security budget of borno state from 2005-2014

  18. Osahon says:

    Pls can u email me on d education,health, and security budget of borno state from 2005-2014

  19. funmi says:

    pls, i need budget on education and health of borno state from 2005 to 2014

  20. Emmanuel says:

    thanks for the info. is it possible to get the budget allocation for road construction and maintenance in Niger state from 2004-2014

  21. Solo says:

    Nice one. However, the Federal budget is hardly implemented 100%. Thus, the amount expended would naturally be lesser and same I believe is applicable to the states & LGs budget.

  22. moses umkanagwa paul says:

    thanks for the above information. pls can you provide me whith data on the nigeria budget performance from 2005-2015. thks

  23. Abim says:

    Pls can you e-mail me the federal budget allocation on education from 2005 to 2015, Primary education, secondary education and tertiary education, the ranking, percentage of the budget to the nation’s GDP.thanks

  24. Abim says:

    Can you refer mr to an urologist? Please reply in my email. Tanks.

  25. Abim says:

    Please, link me up for means of livelihood, I need a job. Reply via my email. Thanks.

  26. Haruna M. I. says:

    Good Day, Thanks for your work done, Please i needed a help, I want Kwara state Local governments allocation from federal started from 2000 to 2012, thanks

  27. Ayo Akinkahunsi says:

    Good afternoon sir
    Please iI need budgetary allocation to senior secondary in fct 
    Thank you 

  28. Ayo Akinkahunsi says:

    From 2005 to 2016

  29. yoila says:

    sir, can you help with the total expenditure to agricultural sector of adamawa state government from 2005-2016

  30. Ahmad Rufai says:

    These are information I desired for quite some time.U guys r wonderful pls keep up the good job.

    • Asuquo says:

      Please, I will be glad if you can grant my request, or directs how and where to these. More so, if these information provision is chargeable, let me know.

  31. owuze clement friday says:

    please can I get the budget allocation for armament since 1999 till date i am a student i am going to use the information for a project work in Msc

  32. Joy says:

    Good job please can i get annual budget allocation from 1980 to 2000.

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