Revenue Mobilization by Nigerian States, 1989-1993: A Study
National Institute for Policy & Strategic Studies, 1994 - Expenditures, Public - 124 pages
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45 percent salary Abia Abuja Akwa Ibom Anambra Bauchi Benue Borno capital expenditure capital projects deficits Earnings and ales economic Enugu expenditure in total external loans Federal Government Federation Account T.R.R. finance personnel cost Govern.ent Property GOVERNMENT RECURRENT REVENUE grants internally generated revenue Jigawa Kaduna Kano KEBBI Kogi KWARA Lagos MAJOR SOURCES million in 1991 Mobilization bN Nigerian n.a n.a n.a negative revenue gap NesNl neussnnt NIGER nvnnun Ogun Ondo Osun otNl percent in 1992 percent salary increase personal income tax presented in Table public sector Questionnaire Recurrent Expenditure R.G. RECURRENT REVENUE 1989 Recurrent Revenue ources Recurrent Revenue T.E. rent on Govern.ent Repayments Revenue F.A. Revenue Mobilization bN Revenue ources t.G.R. sales tax share of personnel share of recurrent Sokoto STATE'S BUDGET statistics Structure supplies and overheads TATE tax administration tncludes Earnings tnternally Generated Revenue Total Recurrent Expenditure Total Recurrent Revenue Yobe