Many state governments are confronted by rapidly rising budget deficits as they struggle to pay salaries and meet contractual obligations and overheads due to a dip in oil price from its peak price of about $140 per barrel to about $56 per barrel.
Over the last few months, state governments have been devising policy changes with a strong focus on improving internally generated revenue and reining in expenditure. How much progress has been made though?
This report is produced by BudgIT, a civic organization driven to make the Nigerian budget and public data more understandable and accessible
across every literacy span, and supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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