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Ten(10) Richest State In Nigeria,2018. by BhbHoLLAH (m): 11:37pm on December 5
Abdulsalam Habeeblah
Kwara state polytechnic,ilorin

Top 10 Richest States in Nigeria (2018) – Nigeria has a total of 36 states enclaved in six geo political zones.

Each zone is distinct from the other in terms of lifestyle, culture, terrain, religious tolerance, security and GDP which is our focus.

Some of these states can comfortably stay afloat without allocations from the federal government, while some will collapse at the sound of the bad news.

This states that can’t survive being financially independent are however not to be blamed.
Lack of bounty natural resources, meagre populace, lack of federal government presence and other diminishing factors are to be fingered for this impoverishment.
The top 10 richest states in Nigeria will be listed here based on their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in millions of US Dollars.

list shown below.

1. LAGOS STATE (GDP: $33,679 billion)
2. RIVERS STATE (GDP: $21,073 billion)
3. DELTA STATE (GDP: $16,749 billion)
4. OYO STATE (GDP: $16,121 billion)
5. IMO STATE ($14,212 billion)
6. KANO STATE ($12,393 billion)
7. EDO STATE ($11,888 billion)
8. AKWA IBOM STATE ($11,179 billion)
9. OGUN STATE ($10,470 billion)
10. KADUNA STATE ($10,334 billion)

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