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Nigeria's civic tech organisation, raising the standards of transparency, citizen engagement & accountability most especially in public finance. .
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BudgIT Nigeria 16h
A total of 1,030 titles were revoked in the solid minerals sector in 2016
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EiE Nigeria 12h
Taking the time to learn about each candidate is an important step in becoming an informed voter. Know Your Options!
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BudgIT Nigeria 15h
From all of us and the good people of Nigeria, we say a BIG congratulations to you, Uadamen, and indeed .
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The Ministry of Mines and Steel Development (MMSD) needs to ensure that all extractive companies calculate their royalty on the quantity of minerals produced or won.
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All operators visited by the audit team failed to provide records of accidents and dangerous occurrences.
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3 companies did not attend reconciliation meeting with the audit team.
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Dangote Cement Plc accounted for 37.83% of the total royalty received by the government in 2016.
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0.76% of the total revenue gotten by the government in 2017 was from the solid minerals sector.
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The solid minerals sector contributed 3.38% to the total non-oil export in 2016
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Dangote Cement Plc produced the highest volume of solid minerals in 2016
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Ogun State contributed 40.02% to the total volume of solid minerals produced in 2016
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Limestone contributed 64.47% to the total volume of solid minerals produced in 2016
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The total volume of solid minerals produced in 2016 was 41.87 million tons
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In 2016, the government prioritised 7 strategic minerals for development
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BudgIT Nigeria 16h
A total of 1,030 titles were revoked in the solid minerals sector in 2016
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BudgIT Nigeria 16h
“As of Sept 2018, FG had spent N4.59tn and only received N2.84tn in revenues [i.e.] in 9 months, it has accumulated a deficit of N1.75tn. FG has either borrowed N1.75tn or CBN has supported it plugging the holes. With our revenues size, this rise in the deficit isn’t sustainable”
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BudgIT Nigeria 17h
As knock the doors, we’re throwing our weight behind these campaigns: voters education, electorate turnout & free, fair, credible election. This morning, our Principal Lead, spoke extensively on our “Value of Votes and Value to Vote for” Campaign.
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BudgIT Nigeria Jan 20
Dear Lagosians, recall that we promised to take a CRITICAL review of Lagos Guber Debate – held last week – and provide fact-checks. Please, see our reports in this THREAD. 1. Babatunde Gbadamosi ()
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EiE Nigeria 17h
Picking up your PVC is not enough! Vote for the person that you feel represents your best interest.
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Tracka.ng 21h
We tracked the construction of Anipele Street, Mushin LGA, Lagos State. Status: Completed We are using Tracka to improve service delivery in rural and urban communities in Nigeria.
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