The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has revealed details of the federal revenue allocation received by each of the 20 local governments in Ogun State in January 2021.
The report, subtitled, “details of the distribution of revenue allocation to Local Government Councils by Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) for the month of December 2020, shared in January 2021” was published late in March.
According to the NBS, the total allocation for the 20 LGAs in Ogun State was N2,936,016,784.79.
Out of the money, Ado-Odo/Ota took the largest share of N244,548,558.76; followed by Ifo with N241,472,075.58.
Remo North has the lowest share of N105,947,965.56; just as Ewekoro received a sum of N107,081,039.62.
Ado-Odo/Ota – N244,548,558.76
Ifo LG – N241,472,075.58
Ijebu North – N175,758,331.02
Sagamu – N163,745,555.05
Obafemi/Owode – N160,303,545.12
Abeokuta South – N160,157,462.74
Yewa North – N152,989,347.25
Abeokuta North – N151,309,102.54
Yewa South – N141,403,172.36
Ijebu-Ode – N135,692,757.20
Ipokia – N133,691,682.58
Ijebu East – N133,547,728.89
Odeda – N130,242,739.16
Odogbolu – N126,490,746.95
Ikenne – N123,490,746.95
Imeko-Afon – N121,865,593.79
Ogun Waterside – N116,199,754.46
Ijebu North East – N110,043,245.86
Ewekoro – N107,081,039.62
Remo North – N105,947,965.56
The NBS said the data was as received from the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation, Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Abuja.
For the month under review, Ogun State Government received a total of N3,325,059,730.08 from the FAAC