Breaking News: Peter Obi weeps for Obiano, submits his Federal Allocation documents

www.odogwublog.com reports that former Governor Peter Obiano yesterday wept over the bandying of figures not allocated to him by the Federal Government in his years in office as Governor of Anambra state.

He therefore made available his receipts from Federal allocation and concluded that Obiano received more Federal Allocation than him as figures obtained from the Federal Ministry of Finance revealed.
Below is the analysis of the Federal Allocation between Obi and Obiano in the first 3 years of their administration.
Obiano has been claiming that he received less allocation due to recession and low oil price. But investigation shows that he received more.
Below is the analysis;
Peter Obi Administration:
State Allocation.
2007 ~ 26.72 billion
2008 ~ 32.80 billion
2009 ~ 28.81 billion
Total = 88.33 billion
LG Allocation
2007 ~ 20.23 billion
2008 ~ 25.01 billion
2009 ~ 21.40 billion
Total = 66.64 billion
IGR
2007 ~ 6 billion
2008 ~ 6 billion
2009 ~ 6 billion
Total = 24 billion
Grand Total of what Peter Obi collected in his first 3 years, 2007, 2008, 2009 = 178 billion naira.
Obiano administration:
State Allocation.
2014 ~ 51.34 billion
2015 ~ 40.40 billion
2016 ~ 32.30 billion
Total = 124.04 billion
LG Allocation
2014 ~ 39.60 billion
2015 ~ 30.85 billion
2016 ~ 25.60 billion
Total = 93.05 billion
IGR
2014 ~ 24 billion
2015 ~ 24 billion
2016 ~ 24 billion
Total = 72 billion
Grand Total of what Obiano collected in his first 3 years, 2014, 2015, 2016 = 292 billion
In the first 3 years,
Peter Obi = 178 billion
Obiano = 292 billion.
Again;
Obiano received 75 billion from handover
He has also borrowed over 60 billion
He got 11 billion Paris Club refund
He also got 300 million as dividend from Sabmiller company.
APGA Interactive Forum media analysis submitted to www.odogwublog.com

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