The Kwara State Government on Wednesday said it received N2.5 billion as its federal allocation for August as against the N3.6 billion it received in July.
The State Commissioner for Finance, Alhaji Demola Banu, said in a statement in Ilorin that the allocation was N1.1 billion lower than that of July.
Banu said the money was made up of N1.7 million as statutory allocation, while Value Added Tax attracted N761 million.
He also said that the 16 local government councils in the state got N1.8 billion as allocation from the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee for August as against the N2.6 billion they received in July.
Banu said that out of the N1.8 billion, the councils got N1.424 billion as statutory allocation, while Value Added Tax attracted N432 million.