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NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS

SOCIAL STATISTICS
IN NIGERIA

2012
PART II: LEGISTATURE, COMMUNICATIONS,
TRANSPORT, ENERGY, RELIGION, JUDICIARY,
TOURISM
1

PREFACE
The Social Statistics Report 2012 is a comprehensive compilation of the contemporary social
situation in Nigeria. The Report presents a variety of social and economic indicators with which quality of
life can be measured, in most cases, over the last four years.
The survey and sample design from which most of the data were collected emanated from the
concerted efforts of the following departments of the Bureau: Demography and Social Statistics, Real
Sector and Household Statistics, as well as Field Services & Methodology Departments. The coverage
was a complete enumeration of all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) Federal, State and
Local Government levels, including academic and research institutions.
Administrative Statistics from records of relevant subject matter Ministries, Parastatals and
Statistical Agencies were mostly used. In most instances, time series data sets spanning 2006 to 2011 are
presented. Statistics over this time frame on anual basis formed the behncmark for measuring the social as
well as econmic conditions of the citizenry of Nigeria. The themes convered in the Report include
education, health, housing conditions, households, employment, public safety (road accidents & crime),
population/vital registration, the legislature, communication, transportation, energy as well as religion.
For ease of reference, the Social Statistics Report has been split into Parts I-IV. This current Report,
Part II, contains seven chapters of the 2012 Social Statistics Report (SSR) and presents statistics on
the legislature, communications, transport, energy, religin, judiciary and tourism in Nigeria.
I would like to seize the opportunity to thank the Planning, Research and Statistics Departments
in the relevant MDAs, who have been very helpful in providing the data needs for the various components
of this Report. Agencies that were, for any reasons, unable to respond to our data request are encouraged
to assist the Bureau, by providing the required information in a timely manner in future compilations.
This is necessary for the production of timely, accurate and reliable data series that is relevant for
government policy formulation, and public evaluation of socio-econonomic development.
It is therefore my pleasure to present the Social Statistics Report 2012 to policymakers, students,
researchers, the business community, development partners, and the general public. National Bureau of
Statistics welcomes suggestions and constructive comments on any part of this document.

Dr. Yemi Kale


Statistician-General of the Federation /
Chief Executive Officer
August 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover page ... ..1
Administrative Map of Nigeria ... ...... 2
Preface .. ... .. ..3
Table of Contents ... ..... 4
List of Tables... ... ..........5
CHAPTER ONE
LEGISLATURE ... ....7

CHAPTER TWO
COMMUNICATIONS.... ... ... . . ...17
CHAPTER THREE
TRANSPORT STATISTICS.........................................................................................24
CHAPTER FOUR
ENERGY.......................................................................................................................27
CHAPTER FIVE
RELIGION....................................................................................................................47
CHAPTER SIX
JUDICIARY..................................................................................................................49
CHAPTER SEVEN
TOURISM......................................................................................................................58

LIST OF TABLES
TABLES

PAGE

2011 Presidential election results, . . ................... . ..8


2011 Senatorial election results................. . . ........................9
2011 House of representative election results......................... .........................................10
2011 Governorship election results, . . .....................................11
2011 State house of assembly election results ........ .... . . ......12
Number of seats held in national assembly by state and gender (2003, 2007 & 2011).,..13
Number of national assembly members/committee chairpersons by gender, 2003, 2007,
& 2011 .... . . . .... . ....... .. .....................................14
1.7
Numerical and Percentage distribution of senatorial seats by the six geo- political zones
and FCT, 2011................................................................... .... .. ................15
1.8
Numerical and percentage distribution of federal constituency seats by the geo- political
zones and FCT, 2011..................... . . . .... . . .16
2.1
Telecommunication subscribers (2007-2011) . .... . .... . .... . .... . .... . 18
2.2
postal services (2011) .......................................................................................................19
2.3a Distribution of nipost boxes and private mail bags by states(2008).... .... ..
20
2.3b Distribution of nipost boxes and pmbs by state (2011)..... .... . .... . .... . ......22
3.1a Nigerian railway corporation passenger/haulage output, 2006-2011,. .... . .... . .... 24
3.1b Nigerian railway corporations cost of operation/inputs, 2006-2011. .... . .... . .... ..25
3.2
Distance from state capitals to from Abuja, .... . .... . .... . .... . .... ................26
4.1a Energy generated (MWH) by station (January-December 2008)......................................28
4.1b Energy generated (MWH) by station (January-December 2009)......................................31
4.1c Energy generated (MWH) by station (January-December 2010)......................................32
4.1d Energy generated (MWH) by station (January-December 2011)......................................33
4.2a Energy distributed (MWH) January-December, 2008.......................................................36
4.2b Energy distributed (MWH) January-December, 2010.......................................................38
4.3a Energy delivered to discos (KWH) January to December, 2010......................................41
4.3b Energy delivered to discos (KWH) January to December, 2011......................................43
4.4a Installed generation capacity (MW)..................................................................................44
4.4b Energy Consumption (TCE).............................................................................................45
4.4c Petroleum Products...........................................................................................................46
5.1
Distribution of seats to state by Muslim pilgrims welfare board/agencies, 2007-2011....48
6.1 Numbers of justices and judges in federal courts by sex,
2007-2011.......................................................................................................................50
6.2a Number of judges in the state high court, 2008-2009......................................................51
6.2b Number of judges in the state high courts, 2010-2011....................................................52
6.3
Number of judges in the state customary court of appeal, 2008-2011............................53
6.4
Number of judges in the state sharia court of appeal, 2008-2011...................................54
6.5
Number of judges in state court, 2008-2011...................................................................55
6.6 Political office holders who declared their assets by state, 2007-2011...........................56
6.7 Civil servants between GL12-GL17 who declared their assets by state, 2007-2011......57
7.1 Distribution of international arrival by airport gender and year (Non-Nigerian)...............59
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4a
1.4b
1.5
1.6

7.2 Distribution of international arrival by land, gender and year (Non-Nigerian)....................61

CHAPTER ONE
LEGISLATURE
This chapter presents data on elections in Nigeria in the years 2003, 2007 and
2011. This chapter also provided data on the various political posts declared
by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and contested for
by a number of political parties.
In 2011 presidential election, a total of 73,528,040 voters were registered. Of
this, 6,108,069 were registered in Lagos state, the most of any state, while
Bayelsa state recorded the least (591,870). A total of 39,469,520 votes were
cast of which Kano state had the highest (2,745,451) while Ekiti state had the
least(281,924). Bayelsa state had the highest voters turnout (86.44%) while
Ogun state had the least (29.41%). (See Table 1.1)
In the 2011 Governorship results (Table 8.4) 73,528,040 voters were
registered while 28,297,953 voted. Akwa ibom witnessed the largest voters
turnout(72.58%) while Borno (4.75%) had the least voters turnout. (Table
1.4a)
Of the 109 senatorial seats contested in 2011, 8 were held by women
compared to 9 in 2007 and 4 in 2003. For the Federal House of
Representatives, 21 seats were held by women out of the 360 seats available
compared to 26 in 2007 and 22 in 2003. (Table 1.5)

TABLE 1.1: 2011 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RESULTS

No of REGD VOTERS

VALID
VOTES
CAST

ABIA

1,524,484

1,189,233

11,319

1,200,552

78.75

ADAMAWA

1,816,094

907,706

43,230

950,936

52.36

AKWA IBOM

1,616,873

1,232,395

19,356

1,251,751

77.42

ANAMBRA

2,011,746

1,157,339

14,707

1,172,046

58.26

BAUCHI

2,523,614

1,610,094

40,365

1,650,495

65.40

591,870

506,693

4,941

511,634

86.44

BENUE

2,390,884

1,047,709

41,823

1,089,532

45.57

BORNO

2,380,957

1,177,446

45,444

1,222,890

51.36

CROSS RIVER

1,148,486

725,491

14,719

740,210

64.45

DELTA

2,032,191

1,410,379

19,672

1,430,051

70.37

EBONYI

1,050,534

502,890

12,573

515,463

49.07

EDO

1,655,776

621,192

15,037

636,229

38.42

STATE

BAYELSA

EKITI

REJECTED
VOTES
CAST

TOTAL
VOTE CAST

%VOTERS
TURN
OUT

764,726

261,858

20,066

281,924

36.87

ENUGU

1,303,155

814,009

13,310

827,319

63.49

GOMBE

1,318,377

770,018

28,665

798,683

60.58

IMO

1,687,293

1,409,850

16,629

1,426,479

84.54

JIGAWA

2,013,974

1,140,766

74,008

1,214,774

60.32

KADUNA

3,905,387

2,569,964

64,434

2,634,398

67.46

KANO

5,027,297

2,673,228

72,223

2,745,451

54.61

KATSINA

3,126,898

1,639,532

76,392

1,715,924

54.88

KEBBI

1,638,308

924,099

69,057

993,156

60.62

KOGI

1,316,849

561,781

19,551

581,332

44.15

KWARA

1,152,361

414,754

20,615

435,369

37.78

LAGOS

6,108,069

1,945,044

74,072.00

2,019,116

33.06

NASSARAWA
NIGER

1,389,308
2,175,421

695,337
1,019,167

24,301.00
71,373

719,638
1,090,540

51.80
50.13

OGUN

1,941,170

453,715

27,270

570,985

29.41

ONDO

1,616,091

486,837

12,422

499,259

30.89

OSUN

1,293,967

512,714

21,542

534,256

41.29

OYO

2,572,140

863,544

37,195

900,739

35.02

PLATEAU

2,259,194

1,411,117

23,850

1,434,967

63.52

RIVERS

2,429,231

1,854,116

21,360

1,875,476

77.20

SOKOTO

2,267,509

909,808

63,434

973,242

42.92

TARABA

1,336,221

739,065

31,625

770,690

57.68

YOBE

1,373,796

622,115

40,798

662,913

48.25

ZAMFARA

1,824,316

942,679

36,643

979,322

53.68

FCT
TOTAL

943,473

396,294

15,485

411,779

43.65

73,528,040

38,209,98

1,259,506

39,469,520

53.68

Source: Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Abuja

TABLE 1:2:
STATE

2011

SENATORIAL

ELECTION RESULTS
VALID
VOTES

No of REGD VOTERS

REJECTED
VOTES

TOTAL
VOTE

%VOTERS
TURN
OUT

ABIA

1,524,484

445,251

19,593

464,292

30.46

ADAMAWA

1,816,094

786,332

75,833

862,165

47.47

AKWA IBOM

1,616,873

926,703

22,462

949,168

58.70

ANAMBRA

2,011,746

467,341

33,725

521,066

25.90

BAUCHI

2,523,614

1,120,868

64,580

1,186,450

47.01

591,870

283,075

7,152

290,227

49.04

BENUE

2,390,884

1,033,967

40,020

1,073,016

44.88

BORNO

2,380,957

896,972

104,901

974,190

40.92

CROSS RIVER

1,148,486

453,622

18,682

472,305

41.12

DELTA

2,032,191

710,974

30,162

742,903

36.56

EBONYI

1,050,534

373,652

26,091

399,946

38.07

EDO

1,655,776

508,702

24,815

564,469

34.09

BAYELSA

EKITI

764,726

347,948

11,272

359,220

46.97

ENUGU

1,303,155

393,773

26,010

419,783

32.21

GOMBE

1,318,377

648,707

28,616

677,323

51.38

IMO

1,687,293

555,470

39,099

594,569

35.24

JIGAWA

2,013,974

1,078,827

129,583

1,199,445

59.56

KADUNA

3,905,387

1,965,171

69,574

2,071,842

53.05

KANO

5,027,297

2,139,495

178,958

2,310,484

45.96

KATSINA

3,126,898

1,373,128

133,505

1,506,633

48.18

KEBBI

1,638,308

839,863

104,273

96,031

5.86

KOGI

1,316,849

497,828

27,117

524,945

39.86

KWARA

1,152,361

297,913

25,050

322,963

28.03

LAGOS

6,108,069

1,434,866

84,232.00

1,602,730

26.24

Nassarawa

1,389,308

518,975

21,435.00

540,410

38.90

NIGER

2,175,421

896,068

62,880

958,946

44.08

OGUN

1,941,170

556,434

45,225

601,657

30.99

ONDO

1,616,091

535,604

28,487

384,037

23.76

OSUN

1,293,967

578,634

33,764

612,398

47.33

OYO

2,572,140

909,900

84,113

994,013

38.65

PLATEAU

2,259,194

1,330,809

17,724

1,393,887

61.70

RIVERS

2,429,231

661,353

34,981

660,334

27.18

SOKOTO

2,267,509

727,847

104,737

837,448

36.93

TARABA

1,336,221

596,364

40,424

636,788

47.66

YOBE

1,373,796

553,496

55,251

608,649

44.30

ZAMFARA

1,824,316

905,252

75,863

951,529

52.16

943,473

214,357

28,706

243,018

25.76

73,528,040

28,538,541

1,958,895

29,609,276

40.27

FCT
TOTAL

Source: Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Abuja

TABLE 1.3:

2011

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ELECTION RESULTS


VALID VOTES
437,448

REJECTED
VOTES
20,792

TOTAL
VOTE
458,254

%VOTERS
TURN
OUT
30.06

1,816,094

258,250

25,672

288,922

15.91

AKWA IBOM

1,616,873

1,016,318

59,280

1,008,604

62.38

ANAMBRA

2,011,746

510,432

34,525

544,957

27.09

BAUCHI

2,523,614

1,351,340

87,792

1,405,911

591,870

202,824

12,063

282,926

47.80

BENUE

2,390,884

914,852

35,873

1,087,910

45.50

BORNO

2,380,957

622,994

141,736

890,073

37.38

CROSS RIVER

1,148,486

394,876

30,209

425,085

37.01

DELTA

2,032,191

1,253,652

61,993

343,536

16.90

EBONYI

1,050,534

366,245

26,260

319,433

30.41

EDO

1,655,776

494,753

34,170

530,382

32.03

764,726

346,730

12,643

359,373

46.99

ENUGU

1,303,155

393,046

26,614

419,660

32.20

GOMBE

1,318,377

686,067

33,127

719,194

54.55

IMO

1,687,293

601,327

40,910

642,237

38.06

JIGAWA

2,013,974

1,050,508

142,198

1,192,708

59.22

KADUNA

3,905,387

1,944,700

71,457

2,016,351

51.63

KANO

5,027,297

2,357,844

327,188

2,357,844

46.90

KATSINA

3,126,898

1,298,484

125,828

1,438,122

45.99

KEBBI

1,638,308

812,958

106,644

919,602

56.13

KOGI

1,316,849

498,025

32,793

530,818

40.31

KWARA

1,152,361

417,232

42,239

459,471

39.87

LAGOS

6,108,069

1,471,577

104,165.00

1,490,736

24.41

Nassarawa

1,389,308

535,233

23,587.00

555,820

40.01

NIGER

2,175,421

872,103

77,515

949,618

43.65

OGUN

1,941,170

676,013

51,258

727,117

37.46

ONDO

1,616,091

516,369

42,836

559,205

34.60

OSUN

1,293,967

508,184

44,236

610,804

47.20

OYO

2,572,140

951,315

79,551

1,335,057

51.90

PLATEAU

2,259,194

1,255,478

24,729

1,310,079

57.99

RIVERS

2,429,231

673,396

35,749

518,586

21.35

SOKOTO

2,267,509

807,048

126,371

933,419

41.16

TARABA

1,336,221

462,869

48,819

417,698

31.26

YOBE

1,373,796

525,234

81,684

606,918

44.18

ZAMFARA

1,824,316

772,325

69,970

993,939

54.48

943,473

2,219,774

18,729

248,703

26.36

73,528,040

28,480,023

2,361,205

29,899,071

40.66

No of REGD
VOTERS
1,524,484

ADAMAWA

STATE
ABIA

BAYELSA

EKITI

FCT
TOTAL

Source: Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Abuja

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TABLE1.4a:

STATE

2011 GOVERNORSHIP
No of
REGD
VOTERS

ELECTION RESULTS

VALID
VOTES

REJECTED
VOTES

%VOTERS
TURN
OUT

TOTAL
VOTE

ABIA

1,524,484

778,778

13,925

792,703

52.00

ADAMAWA

1,816,094

AKWA IBOM

1,616,873

1,148,433

25,036

1,173,469

72.58

ANAMBRA

2,011,746

BAUCHI

2,523,614

1,273,667

35,793

1,309,460

51.89

BAYELSA

591,870

0.00

BENUE

2,390,884

1,110,607

28,755

1,139,361

47.65

BORNO

2,380,957

1,050,796

62,324

113,117

4.75

CROSS RIVER

1,148,486

DELTA

2,032,191

1,017,204

33,995

1,051,199

51.73

EBONYI

1,050,534

451,459

16,114

467,573

44.51

EDO

1,655,776

EKITI

764,726

ENUGU

1,303,155

471,128

11,075

502,213

38.54

GOMBE

1,318,377

697,790

21,354

719,144

54.55

IMO

1,687,293

750,964

28,504

779,468

46.20

JIGAWA

2,013,974

1,094,549

59,072

1,153,621

57.28

KADUNA

3,905,387

2,550,150

34,350

2,584,500

66.18

KANO

5,027,297

2,409,692

67,420

2,477,112

49.27

KATSINA

3,126,898

1,620,063

651,113

1,685,176

53.89

KEBBI

1,638,308

965,101

55,798

1,020,899

62.31

KOGI

1,316,849

KWARA

1,152,361

504,102

23,274

527,376

45.76

LAGOS

6,108,069

1,862,513

47,218.00

1,909,231

31.26

Nassarawa

1,389,308

674,554

17,065.00

691,619

49.78

NIGER

2,175,421

906,360

86,595

992,955

45.64

OGUN

1,941,170

729,671

24,713

764,384

39.38

ONDO

1,616,091

OSUN

1,293,967

OYO

2,572,140

1,125,090

42,152

1,167,242

45.38

PLATEAU

2,259,194

1,399,418

20,469

1,419,887

62.85

RIVERS

2,429,231

1,373,469

27,995

1,401,464

57.69

SOKOTO

2,267,509

TARABA

1,336,221

716,769

25,511

742,280

55.55

YOBE

1,373,796

656,128

33,391

689,519

50.19

ZAMFARA

1,824,316

989,378

33,603

1,022,981

56.07

943,473

TOTAL
73,528,040 28,327,833
Source: Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Abuja

1,526,614

28,297,953

38.49

FCT

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TABLE 1.4b: 2011 STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ELECTION RESULTS

STATE

No of
REGD
VOTERS

ABIA

1,524,484

ADAMAWA
AKWA IBOM
ANAMBRA
BAUCHI
BAYELSA

VALID
VOTES

REJECTED
VOTES

%VOTERS
TURN
OUT

TOTAL
VOTE

727,172

35,198

766,541

50.28

1,816,094

420,369

1,616,873

1,101,007

50,625

474,641

26.14

53,507

1,154,814

71.42

2,011,746

52,537

46,826

49,242

2.45

2,523,614

1,644,817

90,571

1,531,778

60.70

591,870

338,338

15,370

353,708

59.76

BENUE

2,390,884

1,126,480

35,825

1,144,728

47.88

BORNO

2,380,957

976,040

119,731

1,095,771

46.02

CROSS RIVER

1,148,486

463,605

53,771

494,614

43.07

DELTA

2,032,191

987,857

68,391

1,018,282

50.11

EBONYI

1,050,534

663,587

48,614

391,343

37.25

EDO

1,655,776

987,006

32,117

533,602

32.23

764,726

306,800

47,113

356,756

46.65

ENUGU

1,303,155

473,557

28,920

502,497

38.56

GOMBE

1,318,377

746,324

34,862

781,136

59.25

IMO

1,687,293

643,619

64,219

707,838

41.95

JIGAWA

2,013,974

1,018,731

128,716

1,149,512

57.08

KADUNA

3,905,387

2,476,452

81,546

2,581,941

66.11

KANO

5,027,297

2,342,839

220,336

3,071,962

61.11

KATSINA

3,126,898

1,544,367

161,744

1,671,483

53.45

KEBBI

1,638,308

886,062

125,627

1,163,572

71.02

KOGI

1,316,849

502,930

45,949

548,877

41.68

KWARA

1,152,361

448,281

74,107

522,400

45.33

LAGOS

6,108,069

1,626,716

238,779.00

47,218

0.77

Nassarawa

1,389,308

652,667

33,467.00

688,747

49.57

NIGER

2,175,421

922,541

86,490

92,201

4.24

OGUN

1,941,170

654,969

103,523

711,586

36.66

ONDO

1,616,091

458,775

61,218

524,316

32.44

OSUN

1,293,967

501,720

62,287

563,866

43.58

OYO

2,572,140

1,001,918

156,370

1,157,048

44.98

PLATEAU

2,259,194

1,333,836

60,026

1,439,484

63.72

RIVERS

2,429,231

1,276,545

63,854

1,340,404

55.18

SOKOTO

2,267,509

704,407

93,616

800,960

35.32

TARABA

1,336,221

706,198

66,510

692,488

51.82

YOBE

1,373,796

593,580

82,669

686,783

49.99

ZAMFARA

1,824,316

859,249

81,678

963,456

52.81

EKITI

FCT
TOTAL

943,473

0.00

73,528,040

32,171,898

2,854,172

31,775,595

43.22

Source: Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), Abuja

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TABLE 1.5
NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY BY STATE AND
GENDER (2003, 2007 & 2011)

STATES

2003
Male Female

SENATORS
2007
Male Female

2011
Male Female

FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES
2003
2007
2011
Male Female Male Female Male
Female

Abia

Adamawa

Akwa-Ibom

10

10

Anambra

10

Bauchi

12

12

12

Bayelsa
Benue

3
3

3
3

3
3

5
10

5
10

5
10

Borno

10

Cross River

Delta
Ebonyi

3
3

3
3

3
3

8
5

2
1

8
5

2
1

9
6

1
-

Edo

Ekiti

Enugu

Gombe

Imo

10

Jigawa

11

11

11

Kaduna

13

15

16

Kano

23

24

24

Katsina

15

15

15

Kebbi

Kogi

Kwara

Lagos

21

22

21

Nassarawa

Niger

10

10

10

Ogun

Ondo

Osun

Oyo

14

12

12

Plateau

Rivers

13

12

12

Sokoto

11

11

11

Taraba

Yobe

Zamfara

FCT

Total

105

100

101

338

22

334

26

339

21

Source: Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Abuja

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TABLE 1.6 NUMBER OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERS/COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS BY GENDER,


2003, 2007 AND 2011
2003

2007

2011

ELECTIVE SEAT

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Senators

105

100

102

Committee Chairpersons

50

50

51

Federal House of Representatives

339

20

335

25

341

23

Committee Chairperson

72

12

75

82

Source: National Assembly, Abuja

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TABLE 1.7 NUMERICAL AND PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF SENATORIAL SEATS BY THE SIX
GEO-POLITICAL ZONES AND FCT,2011.
GEOPOLITICAL
ZONES

Senatorial
Seats

North Central

49

16.51

North East

48

16.51

North West

92

19.27

South East

43

13.77

South West

71

16.51

South-South

55

16.51

FCT

0.92%

Total

109

100.00

Source: National Assembly,


Abuja

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TABLE 1.8: NUMERICAL AND PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY SEATS BY THE
GEO-POLITICAL ZONES AND FCT, 2011.

Geo-political
Zone

Federal
Constituency/Hon.
Members

Percentage

North Central

49

13.61

North East

48

13.33

North West

92

25.56

South East

43

11.94

South West

71

19.72

SouthSouth

55

15.28

FCT

0.86

Total

360

100.00

Source: Assembly, Abuja

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CHAPTER TWO
COMMUNICATIONS
In 2011, the number of telecommunication subscribers stood at 95.9million
and more than double the number of subscribers in 2007, which was
41.98million. Consequently teledensity rose from 29.98% in 2007 to over
53% in 2009 and rose further to 68.49% in 2011 (See table 2.1)

17

TA BLE 2.1: Telecommunications subscibers (2007-2011


OPERATORS

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

FIXED

1,579,664

1,307,625

1,418,954

1,050,237

719,406

MOBILE

40,395,611

62,988,492

73,099,310

87,297,789

95,167,308

TOTAL

41,975,275

64,296,117

74,518,264

88,348,026

95,886,714

TELEDENSIT
Y (%)

29.98

45.93

53.23

63.11

68.49

Source: Nigeria Telecommunications Limited Hqtrs Abuja

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TA BLE 2.2: POSTAL SERVICES 2011


STATE

Departmental
post offices

Sub-Post
Offices

Mobile Post
Offices

Head
Post
Offices

Postal
Agencies

Abia

32

102

Adamawa

19

14

Akwa Ibom

21

Anambra

86

16

113

Bauchi

26

12

Bayelsa

Benue

18

28

Borno

17

Cross River

15

29

Delta

55

Edo

25

43

Ekiti

31

25

153

64

27

74

Jigawa

Kaduna

33

Kano

17

12

Kebbi

11

Kogi

28

32

Kwara

38

Lagos

21

37

12

Niger

15

Ogun

28

Ondo

73

75

Osun

49

87

Oyo

29

87

Plateau

32

Rivers

27

23

Sokoto

19

Taraba

Ebonyi

Enugu
Gombe
Imo

Katsina

Nassarawa

12

Yobe

Zamfara

FCT

Total

849

98

14

974

106

Source: Nigeria Postal service(NIPOST) Hqts Abuja


Note:-= Not available

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TABLE 2.2a DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PRIVATE MAIL BAGS BY STATE (2008)

No Of
Boxes
Installed

Total No
Of Boxes
Rented

Total No
Of
Business
Boxes

Total No
Of Private
Boxes

Total No
Of Boxes
Unrented

No of
PMBS
Available

No Of
PMBS
Rented

No Of
PMBS
Unrented

Abia

32,068

19,966

3,712

16,254

12,102

971

315

656

Adamawa

12,438

5,335

1,578

3,757

7,103

414

27

387

Akwa Ibom

19,362

11,242

1,783

9,459

8,120

571

173

398

Anambra

59,163

39,234

4,519

34,715

19,929

884

281

603

Bauchi
Bayelsa

18,200
-

3,493
-

764
-

2,729
-

14,707
-

635
-

516
-

119
-

Benue

13,210

4,888

1,303

3,585

8,322

584

112

472

Borno
Cross
River

16,948

1,256

1,024

232

15,692

833

143

690

14,092

5,449

1,583

3,863

8,643

426

22

404

Delta
Ebonyi

31,666
-

12,076
-

2,405
-

9,671
-

19,590
-

795
-

78
-

717
-

Edo
Ekiti

23,896
-

15,302
-

1,854
-

13,448
-

8,594
-

519
-

378
-

141
-

Enugu
Gombe

31,644
-

8,372
-

1,179
-

7,193
-

23,272
-

997
-

222
-

775
-

Imo

39,270

19,654

2,595

17,059

19,616

473

47

426

Jigawa

5,096

405

163

242

4,691

292

153

139

Kaduna

26,674

5,933

1,494

4,439

20,741

713

583

130

Kano

18,500

4,935

826

4,109

13,565

572

126

446

Katsina

4,534

1,682

459

1,223

2,850

394

227

167

Kebbi

6,948

22

11

11

6,926

254

17

237

Kogi

11,882

4,513

2,013

2,500

7,369

485

267

218

Kwara

17,528

3,251

588

2,663

14,277

471

311

160

133,448
-

88,668
-

21,923
-

66,745
-

45,780
-

2,752
-

1,024
-

1,728
-

Niger

14,148

4,490

1,088

3,402

9,658

374

197

177

Ogun

23,472

11,849

2,138

9,711

11,623

459

18

441

Ondo

31,443

8,467

1,556

6,911

22,976

810

387

423

Osun

24,514

11,656

2,407

9,242

12,858

461

432

29

Oyo

49,598

39,289

32,472

6,817

10,309

742

703

39

Plateau

19,406

9,596

2,670

6,926

9,810

615

424

191

Rivers

32,282

17,243

4,800

12,443

15,039

816

417

399

Sokoto

12,380

1,524

410

1,114

10,856

544

163

STATE

Lagos
Nassarawa

381

20

Taraba

5,394

1,048

425

623

4,346

255

99

Yobe
Zamfara

3,686
-

1,656
-

574
-

1,082
-

2,030
-

280
-

124
-

156
-

23,390

17,090

13,640

6,300

862

384

478

NIGERIA
776,278
379,584
103,766
275,818
Source: Nigeria Postal service(NIPOST) Hqts Abuja
Note:-= Not available

396,694

20,253

8,370

11,883

FCT

21

156

TABLE 2.2b DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PMBS BY STATE (2011)

No Of Boxes
Installed

Total No
Of Boxes
Rented

Total No
Of
Business
Boxes

Abia

28,668

16,894

3,226

8,548

Adamawa

11,438

4,308

1,627

Akwa Ibom

13,064

7,264

1,200

Anambra

60,163

38,249

Bauchi

17,900

4,643

STATE

Bayelsa

Total No
Of
Private
Boxes

No Of
PMBS
Rented

No Of
PMBS
Unrented

904

231

673

5,903

434

174

608

4,600

605

154

450

4,728

26,642

826

232

594

1,381

11,876

730

Total No Of
Boxes
Unrented

No of
PMBS
Available

473
-

Benue

13,210

4,490

1,606

7,114

340

112

472

Borno

16,948

1,450

2,878

12,620

798

131

667

Cross River

14,192

4,927

1,881

7,384

6,808

561

6,247

Delta

28,256

11,909

2,900

13,447

634

31

603

Ebonyi
Edo

24,246

Ekiti
Enugu

16,908

31,844

Gombe

2,173

12,558

5,165

2,745
-

525

16,541

240

1,010

285
-

195
-

815

Imo

41,470

19,487

3,239

18,744

488

83

405

Jigawa

3,596

487

475

2,694

288

144

144

Kaduna

29,129

4,282

1,955

22,892

708

186

522

Kano

18,800

11,429

1,359

6,012

604

61

542

Katsina

4,532

2,072

717

1,743

425

208

217

Kebbi

6,943

1,448

464

5,031

729

115

614

Kogi

14,632

1,645

500

12,487

535

217

318

Kwara

18,378

2,396

778

15,204

447

218

229

Lagos

140,448

92,268

29,255

23,095

2,648

899

1,749

Nassarawa

Niger

14,524

4,498

1,017

9,009

369

146

223

Ogun

6,300

2,494

568

3,238

57

30

27

Ondo

32,843

7,051

1,487

34,305

839

388

451

Osun

26,364

10,084

2,772

13,500

517

176

341

Oyo

49,498

33,074

7,574

8,850

858

324

534

22

Plateau

18,967

6,688

3,440

7,475

640

90

550

Rivers

34,128

16,547

4,244

13,337

2,485

360

2,125

Sokoto

12,380

608

155

11,617

560

190

370

Taraba

5,378

1,404

864

3,110

306

82

224

Yobe

3,686

999

1,053

1,634

328

81

247

Zamfara

FCT

29,190

17,089

6,681

5,420

1,293

309

Total

771,115

359,650

94,942

339,237

28,738

6,368

Source: Nigeria Postal service(NIPOST) Hqts Abuja


Note:-= Not available

23

984
22,703

CHAPTER THREE
TRANSPORT STATISTICS
Highway, rail and aviation systems are of vital importance to the economy. They
convey not just humans but products too. Accurate travel information is important
for evaluating transportation sector. In recent years transport statistics collection
practices have improved.
According to Table 3.1a, the number of passengers increased from 708,775 in
2006 to 1,527,185 in 2010 showing an upward trend in the number of passengers
over the years.The highest volume of haulage recorded was in 2010 with 100,373
Tonnes, while the least was in 2009 with 43,359. On total revenue, the trend
observed over the years was a downward movement. The highest recorded was
2006 with 962,339,863 while 2010 recorded the least with 275,054,035.
On Nigeria Railway Corporations Cost of Operation/Inputs (2006-2010), Table
3.1b shows that there was a continuous increase in the total cost of operation/input
over the years from 2006 to 2010. The Corporations cost of operation rose from
2,461,917,272 in 2006 to 5,860,692,856 in 2010. Salaries and wages also
witnessed increment over the years from 2006 to 2010, rising from
N1,766,899,289 to N4,184,580,343.
According to Table 3.2, Minna is the closest state capital to Abuja FCT with 156
Km while Damaturu (Yobe State) is the farthest with 957 Km.
TABLE 3.1a: NIGERIAN RAILWAY CORPORATION PASSENGER/HAULAGE
OUTPUT, 2006-2011.
OUTPUT

2010

2006

2008

2009

No of Passengers (Number)

708,775

1,996,324

1,285,080

Volume of Haulage (Tonnes)

41,219

47,409

43,359

100,373

962,339,863

312,114,174

275,567,128

275,054,035

Total Revenue

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey on Nigeria.

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1,527,185

TABLE 3.1b: NIGERIAN RAILWAY CORPORATIONS COST OF


OPERATION/INPUTS, 2006-2011.

COST OF OPERATION/INPUT

2006

2008

2009

Cost of Fuel (Million Naira)

244,838,730

472,753,809

111,870,312

149,408,689

Cost of Repairs Mainte-nce

184,007,106

207,626,868

132,081,741

210,372,218

Other Cost ( Million Naira)

266,172,147

2,784,569,114

Salaries & Wages (Million Naira)

1,766,899,289

1,953,847,591

2,004,800,034

Capital Consumption Allowance


(Million Naira)

2,461,917,272

2,634,228,268

5,033,321,201

Depreciation (Million Naira)

Total Cost(Million -ira)

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey on Nigeria.


Note:-=Not available

25

2010

1,316,331,606

4,184,580,343

5,860,692,856

TABLE 3.2: DISTANCE FROM STATE CAPITALS TO FROM ABUJA


STATE

Capital

Distance in Kilometres

Umuahia

513

Adamawa

Yola

855

Akwa Ibom

Uyo

593

Awka

440

Bauchi

Bauchi

445

Bayelsa

Ye-goa

647

Benue

Makurdi

280

Borno

Maiduguri

918

Calabar

729

Asaba

404

Ebonyi

Abakaliki

477

Edo

Binin City

450

Ekiti

Ado Ekiti

480

Enugu

Enugu

393

Gombe

Gombe

606

Imo

Owerri

533

Jigawa

Dutse

512

Kaduna

Kaduna

186

Kano

396

Katsina

570

Kebbi

Birnin Kebbi

573

Kogi

Lokoja

193

Ilorin

482

Lagos

Ikeja

761

Nassarawa

Lafia

180

Niger

Minna

156

Ogun

Abeokuta

740

ondo

Akure

420

Osun

Oshogbo

428

Oyo

Ibadan

645

Plateau

Jos

313

Rivers

Port Harcourt

616

Sokoto

Sokoto

748

Abia

Anambra

Cross River
delta

Kano
Katsina

Kwara

Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara

Jalingo

691

Damaturu

957

Gusau

490

FCT, Abuja
Abuja
Source: Federal Ministry of Transportation,
Abuja.

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CHAPTER FOUR
ENERGY
Energy is the main spring of development and all the activities of other sectors
of the economy. The dimension of state development therefore is a direct
result of the level of development in the energy sector, the amount and quality
of energy generated and distributed; the effectiveness and reliability of the
distribution. It is the bedrock of any countrys development, the viability of
any countrys economy is dependent on energy and power generation,
distribution and utilization to grow optimally.

27

TABLE 4.1a ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARY-DECEMBER,


2008)
MONTH

KAINJI

JEBBA

SHIRORO

EGBIN

AES

OMOTOSHO

AFAM

JAN

288,577.00

258,920.00

141,730.00

332,940.00

168,874.01

36,798.50

100,804.50

FEB

275,747.00

205,384.00

140,369.00

253,052.21

159,992.18

41,294.40

97,481.00

MAR

286,277.00

217,515.00

152,691.00

169,570.60

104,851.53

37,839.00

40,262.20

APR

254,223.00

207,147.00

80,681.00

385,562.64

131,334.79

42,822.00

12,041.10

MAY

187,202.00

169,693.00

103,718.00

292,985.66

143,028.30

28,678.40

12,979.00

JUN

117,863.00

130,558.00

91,537.00

321,555.81

132,671.12

30,555.10

9,987.10

JUL

91,069.00

111,178.00

95,225.00

403,988.17

169,061.40

39,459.00

24,725.00

AUG

152,882.00

291,786.00

291,786.00

478,223.00

176,322.00

51,434.00

0.00

SEP

226,982.00

338,115.00

338,115.00

488,563.00

160,886.16

50,645.00

0.00

OCT

253,227.00

375,140.00

282,869.00

612,532.00

177,074.77

48,462.50

0.00

288,952.00
284,019.00
2,794,976.00

242,662.00
246,878.00
2,089,460.00

192,543.00
178,196.00
4,528,451.09

370,935.00
418,543.00
1,846,704.40

162,417.94
160,190.20
491,324.90

40,172.00
43,165.00
300,209.60

0.00
1,929.70
2,794,976.00

NOV
DEC
ANNUAL

SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

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TABLE 4.1a Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2008)


MONTH

OKPAI

SAPELE

DELTA

GEREGU

JAN

266,432.00

48,720.00

179,863.90

118,326.00

FEB

317,287.00

95,784.00

146,894.10

83,885.30

MAR

282,825.00

94,670.00

172,157.40

177,406.60

APR

248,658.00

50,835.00

160,100.20

95,341.10

MAY

172,813.00

38,001.00

75,624.10

79,473.10

JUN

82,669.00

60,226.00

121,210.80

137,927.80

JUL

188,871.00

84,744.00

193,155.90

47,394.42

AUG

248,307.80

110,730.00

137,875.00

55,444.86

SEP

245,641.00

29,174.00

100,213.50

42,557.40

OCT

247,243.00

84,997.00

78,409.60

55,705.00

NOV

118,848.00

31,096.00

68,444.80

53,652.00

DEC

289,096.00

0.00

77,038.70

48,760.40

2,708,690.80

728,977.00

1,510,988.00

995,873.98

ANNUAL

SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

29

TABLE 4.1a Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2008)


MONTH

OMOKU

OLORUNSOGO

RIVERS

NESCO

JAN

12,483.00

0.00

3,934.00

2,545.20

FEB

11,838.00

0.00

3,132.00

1,904.49

MAR

10,768.00

0.00

3,767.00

2,132.44

APR

9,031.00

0.00

3,289.00

1,148.82

MAY

11,922.00

0.00

3,534.00

1,109.09

JUN

28,202.37

0.00

3,373.00

1,531.75

JUL

19,022.00

0.00

2,865.00

2,787.78

AUG

20,140.00

0.00

3,741.00

2,183.62

SEP

8,583.00

0.00

3,317.00

2,362.36

OCT

22,801.00

0.00

4,200.00

2,692.87

NOV

30,933.00

0.00

4,011.00

1,862.20

DEC

26,029.00

0.00

3,797.00

1,130.20

211,752.37

0.00

42,960.00

23,390.82

ANNUAL

TOTAL
1,960,948.11
1,834,044.68
1,752,732.77
1,682,214.65
1,320,760.65
1,269,867.85
1,473,545.67
2,020,855.28
2,035,154.42
2,245,353.74
1,606,528.94
1,778,772.20
20,980,778.96

SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

TABLE 4.1bCont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2009


MONTH

KAINJI

JEBBA

SHIRORO

EGBIN

OLORUNSOGO

OMOTOSHO

JAN

299,830.00

224,509.00

185,682.00

362,837.00

34,982.00

13,433.00

FEB

248,430.00

216,862.00

139,236.00

321,802.20

23,091.00

29,672.00

MAR

274,637.00

258,166.00

167,235.00

346,163.00

12,957.00

47,464.00

APR

212,160.00

210,797.00

132,881.00

357,937.00

19,148.00

32,071.00

MAY

176,061.00

208,931.00

147,175.00

298,523.00

7,128.00

23,903.00

JUN

130,984.00

184,341.00

77,053.00

184,098.73

0.00

19,660.00

JUL

89,422.00

148,842.00

141,505.00

164,335.60

0.00

29,638.50

AUG

101,140.00

185,801.00

285,819.00

187,556.37

0.00

24,687.00

SEP

206,410.00

276,000.00

300,945.00

208,398.30

0.00

24,699.00

OCT

226,096.00

277,397.00

262,294.00

224,732.70

0.00

24,617.00

NOV

253,310.00

247,358.00

220,597.00

337,580.00

6,275.00

79,487.00

DEC

287,183.00

237,856.00

22,195.00

390,026.40

0.00

33,934.00

2,505,663.00

2,676,860.00

2,082,617.00

3,383,990.30

103,581.00

2,505,663.00

ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

30

TABLE 4.1b Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2009)


MONTH

SAPELE

AFAM

DELTA

GEREGU

JAN

0.00

10,383.00

172,751.60

58,576.20

FEB

0.00

5,155.00

160,644.00

53,318.90

MAR

0.00

3,336.00

183,001.20

61,987.40

APR

0.00

5,994.00

156,686.60

48,220.60

MAY

0.00

12,382.00

125,424.00

29,888.10

JUN

0.00

13,870.00

145,607.30

0.00

JUL

0.00

15,639.00

105,399.90

0.00

AUG

0.00

18082.00

91,349.60

0.00

SEP

0.00

4,591.00

75,241.90

10,364.10

OCT

29,050.00

6,656.00

89,081.10

39,787.40

NOV

68,146.00

18,316.00

151,346.50

46,028.20

DEC

24,073.00

36,644.00

135,039.00

304,432.29

121,269.00

151,048.00

1,591,572.70

652,603.19

ANNUAL

SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

TABLE 4.1b Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2009).


MONTH

OMOKU

OKPAI

AES

RIVERS/AFAMVI

NESCO

IBOM

TOTAL

JAN

28,320.01

317,118.00

151,308.73

75,485.51

7,962.54

0.00

1,943,178.59

FEB

36,828.21

289,420.00

152,425.21

104,444.99

6,194.73

0.00

1,787,524.24

MAR

42,182.39

276,175.00

164,365.10

142,683.40

6,678.22

0.00

1,987,030.71

APR

35,128.46

255,310.00

167,250.83

73,660.70

6,944.10

0.00

1,714,189.29

MAY

32,240.73

299,353.00

134,064.71

151,209.00

7,520.54

0.00

1,653,803.08

JUN

41,636.55

245,857.00

160,568.05

182,754.79

7,361.02

0.00

1,393,791.44

JUL

45,310.70

310,448.00

115,799.52

132,438.83

9,199.63

0.00

1,307,978.68

AUG

44,020.32

205,394.00

135,679.80

276,557.73

10,538.95

0.00

1,566,625.77

SEP

41,499.00

205,539.00

132,543.74

223,594.00

11,021.21

0.00

1,720,846.25

OCT

37,141.09

193,348.00

129,413.40

246,760.00

11,503.24

0.00

1,797,876.93

NOV

15,906.03

168,307.00

112,181.90

204,812.80

9,960.01

0.00

1,939,611.44

DEC

22,141.64

313,115.00

125,850.44

314,656.98

10,263.90

3,204.00

2,260,614.65

422,355.13 3,079,384.00 1,681,451.43


ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

2,129,058.73

105,148.09

3,204.00

21,054,989.07

31

TABLE 4.1c Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2010)


MONTH

KAINJI

JEBBA

SHIRORO

EGBIN

OLORUNSOGO

JAN

294,193.00

242.25

212.45

361,854.50

FEB

261,319.00

216.48

205.52

225,177.01

1,275.90

9,317.00

MAR

256,710.00

195.75

195.86

465,111.00

40,097.89

52,926.00

APR

204,302.00

197.67

160.17

463,922.60

38,385.20

62,517.00

MAY

123,655.00

258.32

61.68

460,629.29

13,658.00

42,424.00

JUN

180,218.00

178.20

213.89

472,782.99

34,386.40

42,119.50

JUL

114,599.00

141.92

258.36

457,616.08

39,917.79

30,059.00

AUG

118,285.00

211.77

265.43

496,679.46

41,342.28

39,064.00

SEP

154,760.00

222.95

271.05

494,315.97

12,310.09

25,859.00

OCT

176,972.00

297.41

196.37

551,171.15

22,796.22

19,747.00

NOV

179,127.00

298.52

186.73

490,285.05

15,333.00

15,482.00

DEC

OMOTOSHO
36,186.00

236,851.00

232.45

193.56

445,930.86

7,772.09

14,001.00

2,300,991.00

2,693.69

2,421.07

5,385,475.96

267,274.86

389,701.50

ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

TABLE 4.1cCont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2010)


MONTH

SAPELE

AFAM

DELTA

GEREGU

JAN

37,478.00

47,219.60

109,959.20

43,391.26

FEB

8,422.00

9,552.00

101,106.70

8,664.30

MAR

77,753.00

170,982.30

65,787.70

APR

95,936.00

209,237.10

91,791.30

MAY

57,379.00

180,293.90

109,958.80

JUN

60,280.80

230,189.10

97,503.60

JUL

64,408.40

204,944.50

49,781.20

AUG

65,330.64

214,423.00

49,811.30

168,099.30

46,328.20

SEP

OCT
NOV
DEC

9,154.25

1,611.40

163,418.10

65,271.00

17,112.56

14,137.00

119,056.00

73,642.80

23,636.80

86,159.90

74,833.60

1,957,869.10

776,765.06

493,254.65
96,156.80
ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN)

32

TABLE 4.1c Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2010).


MONTH

OMOKU

OKPAI

JAN

25,939.10

301,689.00

135,131.91

323,178.16

1,852.93

245.00

1,718,772.36

FEB

637.20

270,479.00

107,576.10

171,340.00

1,379.23

8,796.96

1,185,464.40

MAR

23,301.26

313,934.00

99,696.10

292,806.12

1,411.05

17,168.47

1,878,076.50

APR

18,233.40

287,847.00

132,802.51

244,680.75

1,720.96

15,199.91

1,866,933.57

MAY

16,402.80

209,066.00

137,480.09

258,952.50

1,590.91

14,626.41

1,626,436.70

JUN

15,93.40

226,267.00

136,326.18

235,925.40

940.15

16,723.44

1,734,054.65

JUL

20,151.30

296,814.00

156,851.05

324,280.08

1,143.94

30,779.54

1,791,746.16

AUG

20,425.30

305,035.00

125,258.50

246,520.95

1,473.10

39,558.00

1,763,683.73

SEP

18,921.20

294,268.00

135,678.60

9,326.50

1,545.87

52,643.98

1,414,550.71

OCT

16,903.70

269,595.00

134,301.13

198,773.50

1,650.99

26,783.91

1,658,643.13

NOV

16,550.10

106,079.90

209,936.71

1,131.85

40,376.04

1,517,923.26

DEC

17,466.80

131,468.65

247,615.50

905.73

20,550.56

1,545,838.50

194,932.16
3,232,402.00 1,538,650.72
ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN

2,763,336.17

16,746.71

283,452.22

19,715,635.90

219,188.00
238,220.00

AES

RIVERS/AFAMVI

NESCO

IBOM

TOTAL

TABLE 4.1d Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2011)


MONTH

KAINJI

JEBBA

SHIRORO

EGBIN

OLORUNSOGO

OMOTOSHO

JAN

237,821.00

252,027.90

195,144.00

647,752.00

31,023.25

27,202.00

FEB

198,463.00

217,035.00

140,107.00

563,091.28

77,329.95

18,396.20

MAR

183,061.00

238,570.00

290,268.00

574,499.46

96,356.10

14,511.00

APR

199,059.00

276,599.00

250,555.00

572,914.01

78,012.40

19,730.00

MAY

128,825.00

229,154.00

157,038.00

546,372.00

116,859.85

56,501.00

JUN

117,905.00

202,418.00

92,014.00

437,234.31

98,957.89

30,969.60

JUL

66,233.00

132,931.00

159,399.00

588,258.24

131,399.62

2,633.00

AUG

58,651.75

136,563.00

208,096.00

585,321.52

120,250.17

34,954.00

SEP

142,392.00

220,194.00

225,210.00

629,286.51

124,023.50

33,834.00

OCT

127,492.00

290,401.00

261,519.00

508,605.20

98,224.90

40,106.00

NOV

112,362.00

200,422.00

193,951.00

565,457.30

113,781.50

39,055.00

DEC
ANNUAL

196,780.00

170,922.00

200,692.00

533,885.90

76,599.50

55,635.00

1,769,044.75

2,567,236.90

2,373,993.00

6,752,677.73

1,162,818.63

373,526.80

SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)


Sapele = Sapele 1 & 2

33

TABLE 4.1dCont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2011)


SAPELE

AFAM

DELTA

GEREGU

JAN

37,583.99

35,568.50

62,697.50

139,668.96

FEB

39,169.00

33,706.00

102,788.70

128,064.70

MAR

36,226.00

34,301.00

124,414.60

181,488.20

APR

86,377.00

40,998.00

144,583.00

139,266.74

MAY

62,667.03

30,258.00

137,432.00

87,270.90

JUN

68,578.00

23,748.00

111,016.80

132,513.40

JUL

71,823.00

36,209.00

130,296.20

166,398.90

AUG

97,499.00

38,519.00

164,435.10

133,278.40

SEP

91,102.40

34,191.00

148,354.90

136,523.30

OCT

19,950.00

33,583.00

129,168.00

84,011.00

NOV

50,244.00

43,801.00

149,297.20

161,917.90

DEC

100,413.40

31,362.00

88,075.95

208,036.00

761,632.82
416,244.50
ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN

1,492,559.95

1,698,438.40

34

TABLE 4.1d Cont'd ENERGY GENERATED (MWH) BY STATION (JANUARYDECEMBER, 2011).


MONTH

OMOKU

OKPAI

AES

RIVERS/AFAMVI

JAN

21,674.40

301,777.00

126,562.20

14,925.20

706.26

34,981.28

2,167,115.44

FEB

19,197.50

206,588.00

105,746.40

10,232.50

639.10

33,174.44

1,893,728.77

MAR

13,509.60

239,982.00

133,730.07

14,604.00

833.54

29,586.06

2,205,940.63

APR

10,461.82

218,050.00

159,518.65

12,593.40

478.75

23,821.28

2,233,018.05

MAY

5,301.94

154,008.00

151,179.50

13,275.00

488.78

14,332.36

1,890,963.36

JUN

12,569.45

230,213.00

133,244.90

10,783.72

1,015.40

21,564.58

1,724,746.05

JUL

16,351.34

252,413.00

125,741.60

13,344.95

522.24

17,551.52

1,911,505.61

AUG

16,887.27

257,259.00

124,961.05

9,151.83

1,077.14

15,640.59

2,002,544.82

SEP

11,712.60

260,463.00

101,991.30

7,055.80

1,007.22

27,744.94

2,195,086.47

OCT

8,055.50

252,094.00

123,341.00

12,125.00

855.91

10,883.37

2,000,414.88

NOV

8,942.76

288,474.00

130,145.79

11,630.00

409.59

38,654.12

2,108,545.16

DEC

12,743.87

325,084.00

140,904.12

9,295.91

385.06

48,603.11

2,199,417.82

ANNUAL
157,408.05
2,986.405 1,557,066.58
SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN)

139,017.31

8,418.99

316,537.65

21,480,066.26

35

NESCO

IBOM

TOTAL

TABLE 4.2a ENERGY DISTRIBUTED (MWH) JANUARY-DECEMBER, 2008


MONTH

KAINJI

JEBBA

SHIRORO

EGBIN

AES

JAN

287,992.80

258,409.64

140,704.20

336,137.00

164,060.00

FEB

275,186.99

202,270.00

139,320.40

259,838.00

154,720.00

MAR

285,653.30

214,360.00

151,485.00

181,711.00

104,110.00

APR

253,659.90

203,300.00

79,553.20

396,547.00

129,380.00

MAY

186,741.90

166,370.00

102,568.50

364,491.10

69,615.90

JUN

117,436.93

128,010.00

90,367.40

381,349.30

104,720.00

JUL

90,628.50

108,760.00

94,007.80

348,245.50

164,523.50

AUG

152,407.65

287,430.00

138,472.00

451,864.00

170,703.20

SEP

226,468.90

333,820.00

360,793.90

488,563.00

156,475.00

OCT

252,633.90

370,460.00

261,528.80

612,532.00

171,991.00

NOV

256,633.90

239,880.00

178,041.60

370,935.00

156,811.00

DEC

283,418.00

243,860.00

177,013.90

418,543.00

127,846.00

ANNUAL 2,668,862.67 2,756,929.64 1,913,856.70


SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN)

4,610,755.90

1,674,955.60

TABLE 4.2a. Contd ENERGY DISTRIBUTED (MWH) JANUARYDECEMBER, 2008


MONTH

AFAM

OKPAI

SAPELE

DELTA

AJAOKUTA

JAN

80,740.00

261,892.20

45,380.00

173,785.32

FEB

78,266.00

310,740.40

89,680.00

142,713.13

5,679.00

MAR

42,719.00

276,484.70

89,060.00

126,850.28

APR

48,414.00

243,311.90

47,100.00

130,750.52

MAY

40,727.00

167,829.70

34,710.00

81,371.64

JUN

28,639.00

78,003.80

54,970.00

118,111.64

JUL

24,810.00

184,491.60

79,390.00

192,510.40

AUG

242,835.70

104,710.00

134,359.10

1,010.00

SEP

240,010.20

28,390.00

100,845.70

OCT

16,110.00

240,532.80

78,225.00

82,757.40

1,215.00

NOV

36,789.00

158,270.00

16,820.00

89,757.40

DEC

283,973.40

48,181.00

102,479.40

ANNUAL 397,214.00
2,688,376.40 716,616.00
SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN)

1,476,291.93

7,904.00

36

TABLE 4.2a contd.. ENERGY DISTRIBUTED (MWH) JANUARY-DECEMBER,


2008
MONTH

OMOKU

RIVERS

NESCO

TOTAL

JAN

12,483.00

3,934.00

2,545.20

1,768,063.36

FEB

11,838.00

3,132.00

1,904.49

1,675,288.41

MAR

10,768.00

3,767.00

2,123.44

1,489,091.72

APR

9,031.00

3,289.00

1,148.82

1,545,485.34

MAY

11,922.00

3,534.00

1,109.09

1,230,990.83

JUN

13,741.00

1,531.75

3,373.00

1,120,253.82

JUL

19,022.00

2,865.00

2,787.78

1,312,042.08

AUG

20,140.00

3,741.00

2,183.62

1,709,856.27

SEP

8,583.00

3,317.00

2,362.36

1,949,629.06

OCT

22,801.00

4,200.00

2,692.87

2,117,679.77

NOV

30,933.00

4,011.00

1,862.20

1,540,744.10

DEC

26,029.00

3,797.00

1,139.20

1,716,279.90

197,291.00

41,118.75

25,232.07

19,175,404.66

ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power Holding
Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

37

TABLE 4.2b ENERGY DISTRIBUTED (MWH) JANUARY-DECEMBER, 2010


MONTH

KAINJI

JEBBA

JAN

293,697.60

235,830.00

211,141.10

325,636.00

131,219.00

FEB

260,951.90

211,050.00

204,263.50

204,964.00

103,706.00

MAR

256,197.30

190,470.00

194,483.70

404,531.00

96,615.00

APR

203,940.40

192,210.00

159,321.10

411,972.00

129,062.00

MAY

123,155.60

251,410.00

60,792.80

380,787.00

133,719.00

JUN

179,881.10

173,230.00

212,784.90

388,260.00

131,707.00

JUL

114,292.80

137,910.00

257,023.00

413,135.00

152,733.00

AUG

117,959.30

206,090.00

264,145.20

443,373.00

122,139.00

SEP

154,396.40

216,890.00

269,692.90

468,800.07

131,874.50

OCT

176,514.30

289,550.00

195,044.30

523,474.55

130,236.00

NOV

178,703.60

290,530.00

185,465.80

421,605.46

127,871.00

DEC

236,340.00

226,180.00

192,125.40

421,605.46

127,971.50

2,296,030.30

2,621,350.00

2,406,283.70

4,808,143.54

1,518,853.00

ANNUAL
SOURCE: Power
Holding Company
Of Nigeria(PHCN)

SHIRORO

38

EGBIN

AES

TABLE 4.2b Contd. ENERGY DISTRIBUTED (MWH) JANUARY-DECEMBER, 2010


MONTH

OMOKU

RIVERS

NESCO

GEREGU

JAN

25,939.10

3,400.00

1,852.93

FEB

637.20

2,634.00

MAR

22,227.20

APR

IBOM
POWER

OMOTOSHO

OLORUNSOGO

42,968.00

35,715.70

245.00

1,379.23

8,569.00

8,275.00

1,145.00

8,796.96

1,411.05

65,049.00

52,430.82

38,487.00

16,992.36

18,223.40

833.00

1,720.96

90,757.00

59,084.00

38,074.00

14,795.76

MAY

16,402.80

1,590.91

108,814.00

40,203.00

12,265.00

14,189.60

JUN

15,934.00

2,527.00

940.15

96,462.00

38,697.00

36,865.00

17,032.40

JUL

20,151.30

8,055.00

1,143.94

49,272.00

28,289.00

37,416.00

29,571.00

AUG

20,425.30

10,386.00

1,473.10

49,280.00

38,541.00

41,088.00

39,558.00

SEP

18,921.20

9,326.50

1,545.87

45,701.00

24,460.00

12,207.00

45,140.00

OCT

16,903.70

13,878.90

1,650.99

65,271.00

19,238.70

23,002.00

26,743.00

NOV

16,550.10

12,428.70

1,131.85

72,910.00

15,014.00

13,992.00

31,548.00

DEC

17,466.80

11,524.80

905.73

74,163.00

13,071.00

7,772.00

20,421.00

209,782.10

74,993.90

16,746.71

769,216.00

373,019.22

262,313.00

265,033.08

ANNUAL

SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

39

TABLE 4.2b Contd. ENERGY DISTRIBUTED (MWH) JANUARY-DECEMBER, 2010


MONTH

AFAM

AFAM VI

OKPAI

SAPELE

JAN

45,461.10

FEB

319,568.79

296,438.20

37,842.00

111,653.90

9,476.80

173,078.67

265,453.30

6,497.00

96,633.60

MAR

287,064.82

308,459.90

71,341.00

165,662.50

APR

249,605.66

282,607.20

85,283.60

200,194.50

MAY

253,854.70

203,523.40

51,937.00

177,308.00

JUN

232,961.87

221,436.80

54,917.90

223,599.50

JUL

308,527.75

291,286.90

59,041.40

198,298.50

AUG

246,115.28

299,403.00

56,883.00

193,632.71

SEP

233,024.65

288,770.30

23,945.00

162,967.77

OCT

192,007.83

263,628.54

3,419.00

160,405.00

NOV

14,060.41

189,762.12

213,855.80

12,000.00

117,437.70

DEC

24,805.50

231,873.28

231,873.28

96,618.00

2,118,608.42
1,567,511.16
2,171,422.65
2,137,684.58
1,829,952.81
2,027,236.62
2,106,146.59
2,150,491.89
2,107,663.16
2,100,967.81
1,914,866.54
1,934,716.75

ANNUAL

93,803.81

2,917,445.42

3,166,736.62

463,106.90

1,904,411.68

24,167,269.00

SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN)

40

DELTA

AJAOKUTA

Total

TABLE 4.3a ENERGY DELIVERED TO DISCOS (KWH) JANUARY TO DECEMBER,


2010)
DISCO

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

ABUJA

231,194.00

171,140.83

234,239.11

210,917.03

195,894.72

204,866.53

210,331.09

BENIN

218,219.12

177,117.33

230,741.94

206,182.14

213,087.20

219,783.62

220,312.64

EKO

170,712.24

120,850.01

205,196.48

200,518.98

154,910.76

184,272.11

192,668.70

ENUGU

209,871.12

151,418.39

208,195.81

185,630.04

168,588.68

176,796.49

195,882.39

IBADAN

210,192.52

145,226.65

185,480.13

225,244.84

174,665.46

221,986.34

225,502.99

IKEJA

251,327.26

194,167.71

273,825.14

294,217.74

240,964.72

264,067.45

278,112.75

99,032.42

62,254.74

99,252.76

95,185.68

77,565.55

93,482.74

84,911.28

132,426.57

104,255.68

147,060.07

134,821.34

114,138.76

122,884.35

126,172.10

90,042.03

57,048.99

87,546.51

88,541.84

65,597.95

83,308.96

82,242.84

120,686.26

89,799.07

110,938.90

102,718.76

105,808.69

109,303.76

113,036.06

37,744.49

JOS
KADUNA
KANO
PORT
HARCOURT
YOLA

23,248.20

37,835.74

40,274.56

33,786.16

35,807.39

33,927.91

AJAOKUTA
CEB
(SAKETE)
DELTA
STEEL

5,472.00

5,316.00

6,518.00

5,404.00

5,887.00

5,210.00

5,302.00

62,477.00

54,596.00

60,869.00

62,030.00

73,738.00

71,613.00

62,380.00

13,832.10

13,752.00

15,840.00

15,475.20

14,060.44

4,609.39

18,161.49

NIGELEC

40,115.83

39,972.50

50,071.00

47,477.00

51,638.00

46,440.30

47,576.77

118,800

85,200

64,800

117,600

121,200

1,410,164.10

2,072,410.59

1,999,839.15

1,755,132.09

1,962,032.43

2,017,721.01

ITAKPE

51,600
1,944,944.96

TOTAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

41

TABLE 4.3a contd ENERGY DELIVERED TO DISCOS (MWH) JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 2010)
DISCO

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

TOTAL

ABUJA

192,097.07

197,322.54

196,354.53

200,393.00

186,537.07

2,431,287.52

BENIN

222,280.82

215,076.03

224,460.90

211,286.30

244,255.70

2,602,803.74

EKO

172,859.11

167,688.74

141,480.29

141,100.96

127,615.06

1,979,873.44

ENUGU

193,942.26

185,999.08

191,118.30

189,256.10

202,286.65

2,258,985.31

IBADAN

226,638.85

208,528.40

200,242.16

184,287.63

181,374.92

2,389,370.89

IKEJA

293,377.07

261,648.05

256,049.07

231,087.66

211,219.48

3,050,064.10

95,561.90

85,788.78

93,831.50

81,808.48

73,700.84

1,042,376.67

140,702.70

141,195.72

126,873.55

122,147.75

120,511.78

1,533,190.37

93,051.51

94,365.53

83,523.71

73,601.39

79,073.73

977,944.99

110,631.16

114,609.30

106,500.21

103,680.70

112,072.77

1,299,785.64

40,096.66

38,910.33

38,156.85

29,447.88

36,174.94

425,411.11

5,567.00

4,823.00

6,120.00

4,776.00

5,346.00

65,741.00

CEB (SAKETE)

65,267.00

68,443.00

71,053.00

4,438.00

69,312.00

726,216.00

DELTA STEEL

17,821.09

26,661.01

45,680.04

26,661.01

10,980.67

223,534.44

NIGELEC

46,146.60

47,878.10

48,479.20

44,563.35

38,973.63

549,332.28

JOS
KADUNA
KANO
PORT
HARCOURT
YOLA
AJAOKUTA

ITAKPE

122,400

110.400

140,400

13,500

13,600

849,210.40

2,038,440.80

1,859,048.01

1,970,323.31

1,662,036.21

1,713,035.24

21,556,877.00

TOTAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

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TABLE 4.3b ENERGY DELIVERED TO DISCOS (KWH) JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 2011


DISCO

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

ABUJA

191,731.32

175,214.19

207,895.54

211,212.63

220,124.19

179,685.81

193,266.49

BENIN

269,174.90

231,406.10

236,279.00

240,315.80

213,902.90

231,021.00

246,933.46

EKO

170,052.64

151,665.01

202,517.61

228,331.96

164,438.10

129,184.21

134,432.78

ENUGU

214,721.50

201,895.30

193,603.26

215,243.93

176,812.50

189,273.54

194,410.11

IBADAN

229,317.25

199,504.37

241,731.74

262,999.74

214,077.01

177,819.06

210,510.93

IKEJA

267,364.81

237,210.18

308,408.04

306,592.72

264,006.34

216,858.98

242,458.11

JOS

98,785.23

84,518.94

107,063.33

104,139.16

84,051.09

65,405.13

79,033.45

133,775.96

131,925.62

153,039.10

152,951.52

128,414.34

117,283.82

123,333.10

94,089.02

81,933.31

100,712.63

114,022.30

91,287.68

64,970.03

81,415.76

122,771.19

114,499.91

117,928.44

120,479.58

136,326.77

120,686.62

125,674.20

36,918.68

33,762.15

42,823.76

48,288.71

33,655.16

24,873.30

27,452.15

5,816.00

6,012.00

6,836.00

6,663.00

6,422.00

6,300.00

6,102.00

CEB (SAKETE)

101,435.00

93,471.00

94,821.00

98,045.00

82,564.00

81,776.00

94,143.00

DELTA STEEL

15,491.68

8,171.69

20,887.73

19,539.67

15,267.10

15,294.14

21,277.04

39,692.80

43,957.80

52,738.00

52,412.70

54,726.70

52,700.60

55,554.80

KADUNA
KANO
PORT
HARCOURT
YOLA
AJAOKUTA

NIGELEC
ITAKPE

115,200

198.000

242.400

199.200

183.600

177,600.00

171,600.00

2,106,337.98

1,795,345.57

2,087,527.58

2,181,437.62

1,886,259.48

1,850,732.24

2,007,597.38

TOTAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company of Nigeria. (PHCN)

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TABLE 4.3b contd ENERGY DELIVERED TO DISCOS (MWH) JANUARY TO


DECEMBER, 2011)
DISCO

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

TOTAL

232,604.10

242,74.35

197,743,258.04

235,999.40

244,221.64

268,456.97

2,414,722.75

189,841.69

195,799,770

192,446.11

2,732,437.31

187,519.70

204,751.06

230,909.29

212,854.80

3,192,174.24

222,847.32

236,410.27

237,187.05

246,366.07

253,666.50

1,084,460.16

246,981.46

290,498.64

259,530.37

266,946.96

285,317.63

1,630,558.05

ABUJA

201,454.01

209,547.80

208,752.04

BENIN

246,723.90

234,111.26

EKO

164,065.20

216,512.73

ENUGU

192,727.76

IBADAN
IKEJA

70,546.12

103,440.66

91,476.99

93,483.62

102,516.44

1,105,616.15

130,378.77

143,575.79

138,363.91

129,796.65

147,719.47

1,521,874.01

74,121.27

115,803.55

102,943.84

90,056.72

94,260.04

441,493.03

114,314.05

107,004.55

124,170.84

157,014.05

161,003.81

76,479.00

32,775.03

52,910.79

35,918.70

36,398.09

35,716.51

1,009,253.00

5,983.00

6,434.00

6,491.00

7,060.00

6,360.00

183,744.77

CEB (SAKETE)

84,962.00

93,918.00

91,310.00

98,531.00.

92,808.00

607,215.67

DELTA STEEL

21,277.04

21,277.04

5,983.91

4,319.10

14,958.63

729,614.40

NIGELEC

53,299.10

54,298.10

55,346.07

49,784.20

42,704.80

2,012,873,791.33

JOS
KADUNA
KANO
PORT
HARCOURT
YOLA
AJAOKUTA

ITAKPE

128,400.00

135,600.00

153.60

147.600

90.00

197,743,258.04

1,990,856.03

2,208,862.88

1,988,220.47

197,588,878.09

1,910,879.71

2,414,722.75

TOTAL
SOURCE: Power Holding Company Of Nigeria.(PHCN)

TABLE 4.4a: Installed Generation capacity (MW)


Year

Thermal

Hydro

Total

2009

6763.85

1930

8693.85

2010

6487

1930

8417

2011

6972

1930

8902

Source: Energy Commission of Nigeria 2009, 2010,2011

44

TABLE 4.4b:

Energy Consumption (TCE)

Type

2009

2010

Hydro-Power *1*

916919.3

910925.93

817785.11

57264.95

155655.45

98131.43

974184.25

1066581.38

915916.54

%Share
Natural Gas *2*
% Share
Total

2011

Source: Energy Commission of Nigeria 2009,


2010,2011
Note: *1*- PHCN ( Annual Technical Reports
2009,2010,2011) *2*- NNPC (ASB 2011)
* Natural Gas is the summation of Gas used as fuel, gas sold to third
parties, gas to Nigerian Gas company (NGC) and fuel gas to Eleme
petrochemical Company Limited (EPCL)

45

TABLE 4.4c:

Petroleum Products
TCE
2009

Resources

2010

2011

LPG

107958.31

26518.37

PMS

9639536.76

9949637.99

6501393.78

HHK

879063.27

498106.07

1070425.92

ATK

942958.66

1119238.27

272175.59

AGO

1147149.98

752598.08

1208452.14

LPFO

174112.25

330.29

388095.03

82571.4

53769.12

14504.86

29757.13

16873.46

96.27

135528.53

117.85

Greases

79.19

Brake Fluids

10.09

Others

20.4

43.16

13030677.98

12498649.84

9481794.4

Lubricating oil
Bitumen & Asphalts
Special Products

Total

Source: Energy Commission of Nigeria 2009, 2010,2011


Note: The data provided are absolute values, and not relative to 1990 base year

46

CHAPTER FIVE

RELIGION

In Nigeria, religious pilgrimages have been of great national significance


especially with reference to both government and individuals participation.
Both Christian and Muslim pilgrimages have religious and economic
implications involving huge government and prvate spending. However, the
demand for this spiritual exercise has been on the increase from various
states of the federation.
As shown in Table 5.1, the total number of seats allocated to states in 2011
was 89,059 seats compared to 85,000 in 2009 and 2010. Among states,
Kaduna had the highest number of 7771 seats while Cross Rivers had the least
(50 seats). The seats allocated to FCT rose from 3,160 in 2010 to 3,511 in
2011 while that of special interest groups increased from 971 to 1373
between 2010 and 2011.

47

TABLE 5.1: DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS TO STATE BY MUSLIM


PILGRIMS WEL FARE BOARD/AGENCIES, 2007-2011

STATE
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross Rivers
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
Fct(Abuja)
ARMED FORCES

2007
36
2,000
38
91
3,500
177
498
3,249
48
81
48
267
200
40
2,548
71
3,375
7,076
7,000
5,938
5,300
764
3,070
3,574
1,937
3,700
1,472
280
808
1,391
1,500
497
6,500
1,500
2,500
4,975
2,735
400

2009
55
2,316
60
50
3,700
230
530
3,286
50
100
75
328
250
65
2,526
80
3,187
7,629
7,001
6,451
5,850
910
2,627
3,906
2,210
4,339
1,530
360
1,055
1,455
1,625
501
6,764
1,730
3,000
5,660
2,957
500

2010
50
2,385
60
50
3,622
200
500
3,398
51
105
80
300
275
65
2,500
85
3,270
7,537
7,055
6,100
5,741
850
2,510
3,946
2,205
4,322
1,510
395
1,035
1,500
1,280
500
6,685
1,700
2,997
5,495
3,160
510

2011
61
2,560
80
75
3754
92
561
3,302
50
105
120
300
310
110
2,636
140
3,419
7,771
7,464
6,039
5,674
1000
2,760
3,852
2,240
4,463
1,620
470
1,175
1,618
1,676
503
6,863
1,983
2,992
5,834
3,511
500

OTHERS(SPECIAL
INST,STAFF)
45
52
TOTAL
79,184
85,000
85,000
Source: Muslim Pilgrim Welfare Board, Abuja.

971
85,000

1373
89,056

48

2008
49
2,205
60
44
3,650
188
500
3,060
50
72
58
328
280
50
2,502
80
3,207
8,040
7,000
6,559
6,000
890
2,541
3,800
2,200
4,330
1,530
360
1,000
1,500
1,600
450
7,000
1,730
2,730
6,030
2,832
450

CHAPTER SIX
JUDICIARY
In Nigeria, the federal judicial power is exercised by the federal courts which
adjudicate in disputes arising between individuals, businesses and
governments in their inter-relationship with one another within or outside
the country in accordance with the laws of the federation.
According to Table 6.1, in 2011 among the 14 Justices of the Supreme Court, 3
were females compared to 2 in 2007. Similarly, the number of the federal
judges of the court of appeal rose to 17 in 2011 from 14 a year earlier, out of a
total of 65 judges. However, at the industrial court, the number of female
judges dropped to 3 in 2011 from 5 in 2008 and 4 in 2010. Overall, the
number of judicial offices rose to 199 from 188 earlier 2010 of which 47 were
females compared to 41 in 2010.
Among states, Table 6.2b shows that while the number of judges in the states
high courts declined from 606 in 2010 to 588 in 2011, the number of female
judges increased from 185 to 187 between 2010 and 2011.
Table 6.4 shows the number of judges at state level courts. While there are no
female judges in the state Sharia courts of appeal, the numbdr of judges has
declined from 112 in 2008 to 103 in 2011. Similarly, the number of judges in
state customary courts of appeal declimed from 73 in 2010 to 71 in 2011. Of
this, the number of of female judges rose from 15 to 16. Following a similar
trend, at the state high court, the number of judges decreased from 613 in
2008 to 588 in 2011. Over the period however, number of female judges rose
from 175 to 187.
The number of politcal office holders who declined their assests in 2011 stood
at 16,101 compared to 4711 in 2010 and 23,688 in 2007. Cross Rivers had the
highest number of declarants in 2011 at 2848. In 2011, a total of 100,143 civil
servats (GL 12-17) declared their assests compared to 140,131 in 2010 and
65,113 in 2007. Taraba state had the highest number of declarants at 12,828,
followed by Kigi with 10, 239 declarants.

49

TABLE 6.1 NUMBERS OF JUSTICES AND JUDGES IN FEDERAL COURTS BY SEX,


2007-2011
2007
STATE

2008

MALE

FEMALE

SUPREME COURT

19

COURT OF APPEAL
FEDERAL HIGHT
COURT

52

HIGH COURT OF F.C.T

2010

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

17

14

20

47

18

34

10

37

25

SHARIA COURT OF
APPEAL OF F.C.T

CUSTOMARY COURT
OF APPEAL OF F.C.T
INDUSTRIAL COURT
NATIONAL

MALE

2009

2011

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

11

11

42

15

44

14

48

17

12

39

11

46

16

43

16

25

25

25

30

144

39

141

42

140

38

147

41

152

47

Source: National Judicial Council.

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TABLE 6.2a: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE HIGH COURT, 2008-2009.


2008
STATE

2009

Male

Female

Male

Female

Abia

13

10

13

10

Adamawa

10

Akwa-Ibom

17

17

Anambra

14

10

15

Bauchi

Bayelsa

11

Benue

13

13

Borno
Cross
River

10

Delta

18

14

17

10

Ebonyi

12

10

Edo

13

12

13

11

Ekiti

Enugu

16

16

Gombe

10

Imo

16

13

Jigawa

Kaduna

12

13

Kano

18

13

Kebbi

Kogi

14

14

Kwara

11

11

Lagos

15

36

13

36

Niger

Ogun

18

18

Ondo

15

13

Osun

16

16

Oyo

19

16

Plateau

Rivers

21

21

Sokoto

Taraba

Katsina

Nassarawa

11

11

Yobe

Zamfara
FCT
Nigeria

Total

438

175

412

172

Source: National Judicial Counci

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TABLE 6.2b: Cont. NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE HIGH COURTS, 2010-2011.
2010
STATE

MALE

2011

FEMALE

MALE

Abia

16

Adamawa

10

Akwa-Ibom

17

Anambra

FEMALE

15

10

15

13

13

Bauchi

Bayelsa

10

Benue

12

13

Borno
Cross
River

Delta

18

14

16

13

Ebonyi

10

10

Edo

12

12

12

12

Ekiti

11

Enugu

14

13

Gombe

Imo

13

10

Jigawa

Kaduna

14

14

Kano

19

19

Katsina

Kebbi

10

Kogi

13

16

Kwara

10

12

Lagos

13

36

14

40

Nassarawa

Niger

Ogun

18

17

Ondo

13

12

Osun

16

15

Oyo

17

17

Plateau

Rivers

21

19

Sokoto

Taraba

11

10

Yobe

Zamfara
FCT
Nigeria

401

187

Total
421
185
Source: National Judicial Council, Abuja.

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TABLE 6.3: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL, 2008-2011.
2008

2009

Number of Judges
STATE

2010

Number of Judges

2011

Number of Judges

Number of Judges

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Abia

Adamawa

Akwa-Ibom

Anambra

Bauchi

Bayelsa

4
4

Benue

Borno

Cross River

Delta

Ebonyi

Edo

4
6
4

Ekiti

Enugu

Gombe

Imo

Jigawa

Kaduna

Kano

Katsina

Kebbi

Kogi

Kwara

Lagos

Nassarawa

Niger

Ogun

Ondo

Osun

Oyo

Plateau

1
2

Rivers

5
2

Sokoto

Taraba

Yobe

Zamfara

FCT Nigeria

49

14

64

55

15

70

58

15

73

55

16

71

Total

Source: Judicial Council, Abuja.

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TABLE 6.4: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE SHARIA COURT OF APPEAL, 2008-2011.

STATE

2008

2009

2010

2011

Number of Judges

Number of Judges

Number of Judges

Number of Judges

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Abia

Adamawa

Akwa-Ibom

Anambra

Bauchi

Bayelsa

Benue

Borno

Cross River

Delta

Ebonyi

Edo

Ekiti

Enugu

Total

10

10

Imo

Jigawa

Gombe

Kaduna

11

11

11

11

11

11

10

10

Katsina

Kebbi

Kogi

Kwara

Lagos

Nassarawa

Niger

Ogun

Ondo

Osun

Oyo

Plateau

Rivers

Sokoto

Taraba

Yobe

Zamfara

FCT Nigeria

112

112

105

105

107

107

103

103

Kano

Total

Source: Judicial Council, Abuja.

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TABLE 6.4: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN STATE COURT, 2008-2011


2009

2008

STATE
SHARIA
COURT OF
APPEAL,
STATE
CUSTOMARY
COURT OF
APPEAL
STATE HIGH
COURT

2011

2010

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

112

105

107

103

49

14

55

15

58

15

55

16

438

175

412

172

421

185

401

187

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TABLE 6.5: POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS WHO DECLARED THEIR ASSETS BY STATE, 2007-2011.
STATE
ABIA

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

60

36

112

ADAMAWA

845

75

458

AKWA IBOM

672

858

156

ANAMBRA

118

BAUCHI

460

474

BAYELSA

143

155

119

BENUE

515

443

60

28

BORNO

990

608

88

348

42

715

82

DELTA

572

44

61

EBONYI

214

282

105

87

254

EDO

420

425

127

414

473

EKITI

101

154

52

75

ENUGU

411

132

137

GOMBE

272

28

28

IMO

953

280

58

JIGAWA

669

475

540

251

191

KADUNA

807

407

117

668

KANO

1,669

700

53

97

769

KATSINA

1,814

640

KEBBI

337

271

KOGI

798

462

KWARA

355

75

28

LAGOS

296

41

333

500

Nassarawa

368

35

17

92

NIGER

3,002

2,121

361

OGUN

985

680

ONDO

OSUN

554

OYO

401

CROSS RIVER

PLATEAU
RIVERS

69

1,624
37

131

371

293

210
2,848
-

492
311

741

15

836

472

203

195
-

71

794

305

208

234

160

248

663

595

83

289

953

78

22

44

882

832

339

184

1,418

273

368

TARABA

39

515

1,325

432

31

800

16

25

ZAMFARA

237

216

330

20

105

23,688

13,172

4,390

56

254

220
4,711

1,052

YOBE

TOTAL

981

377
-

SOKOTO

FCT

129

213
15
16,101

TABLE 6.6: CIVIL SERVANTS BETWEEN GL 12-GL17 WHO


DECLARED THEIR ASSETS BY STATE, 2007-2011.
STATE
2007
ABIA
777
ADAMAWA
166
AKWA IBOM
100
7,734
ANAMBRA
1,508
BAUCHI
988
BAYELSA
BENUE
79
BORNO
3,637
32
CROSS RIVER
DELTA
284
283
EBONYI
EDO
557
EKITI
1,886
2,299
ENUGU
GOMBE
3,277
786
IMO
JIGAWA
4,836
KADUNA
643
KANO
4,699
KATSINA
KEBBI
323
KOGI
465
961
KWARA
774
LAGOS
Nassarawa
2,527
361
NIGER
5,980
OGUN
2,858
ONDO
4,048
OSUN
6,132
OYO
857
PLATEAU
703
RIVERS
601
SOKOTO
152
TARABA
YOBE
3,429
ZAMFARA
151
FCT
220
TOTAL
65,113
Source: Code of Conduct Bureau, Abuja.
Note: 2007 - Revised data.

2008
306
395
162
2,258
770
236
55
3,116
48
278
595
383
18,945
7,410
1,047
11,865
3,724
2,044
1,067
652
68
16,672
1,835
2,204
2,663
1,552
4,093
3,279
2,908
7,238
662
1,360
1,157
592
3,918
2,093
587
108,237

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2009
220
595
179
1,730
487
286
53
4,117
4,210
150
316
552
7,407
15,670
8,564
4,637
3,124
1,305
3,189
53
119
2,443
3,564
548
2,670
2,112
7,462
5,400
1,303
1,303
806
1,620
2,657
1,079
4,218
684
1,425
96,257

2010
3,068
911
418
3,875
8,975
6,212
4,632
11,095
7,337
3,312
5,569
8,217
22,013
3,296
240
2,163
4,742
3,085
6,404
5,453
3,710
3,710
2,272
2,412
13,363
1,127
2,520
140,131

2011
5,256
206
218
3,179
1,359
5,658
3,198
5,587
1,613
5,478
8,573
10,239
3,794
388
7,688
2,107
3,993
1,795
2,752
3,889
1,442
890
3,910
12,828
967
3,136
100,143

CHAPTER SEVEN
TOURISM
The immense contribution of tourism to the overall GDP of the nations
economy cannot be over emphasized. The federal government is laying more
emphasis on the development of non-oil revenue aspect of the economy. As a
fast growing sector in Nigeria, it is therefore very important that reliable,
accurate and timely statistical data about the sector are made available for
policy formulation, planning, regulation, marketing, monitoring and
evaluation.
According to Table 7.1 which shows the distribution of international arrivals
by airports (2008 -2011) in 2008, a total of 405,105 non-Nigerians arrived
through the various airports. Muritala Mohammed International Airport,
Lagos witnessed the highest number of arrivals with a total of 222,848
followed by Aminu Kano Airport with 63,664. Port-Harcourt International
Airport witnessed the least arrivals with 1,185 males and 663 females.
In 2009 and 2010, there was a steady increase of about 60 percent males who
arrived the Muritala Mohammed Airport, Lagos followed by Nnamdi Azikiwe
Airport Abuja with about 20 percent increase in males and 27 percent
increase in females. The least was Portharcourt International Airport with 6
percent and 5.1 percent increase in males and females respectively.
The year 2011 witnessed the highest non-Nigerian arrival at Muritala
Mohammed Airport Lagos with 40,191 males and 309,657 females followed
by Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja with 50496 males and 36,914 females. As
observed earlier, Portharcourt International Airport had the least arrivals
with 11,398 males and 8,294 females respectively.

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TABLE 7.1 DISTRIBUTION OF INTERNATIONAL ARRIVAL BY AIRPORTS,


GENDER AND YEAR (NON-NIGERIAN)
2008

2009

2010

2011

AIRPORTS

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

NNAMDI AZIKIWE ABUJA

55,268

31,795

52,693

34,675

72,262

51,241

50,496

36,914

136,765

86,083

295,724

180,864

295,727

203,484

63,664

29,682

40,206

17,456

36,167

15,691

48,328

26,009

1,185

663

4,849

2,619

10,786

7,770

11,398

8,294

TOTAL
256,882
148,223
SOURCE: NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION SERVICE.

393,472

235,614

414,942

278,186

110,222

380,874

MURTALA MOHAMMED LAGOS


AMINU KANO, KANO
PORTHARCOURT INTER

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401,91

309,657

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TABLE 7.2 DISTRIBUTION OF INTERNATIONAL ARRIVAL BY LAND, GENDER AND YEAR (NONNIGERIAN)
2010
LAND ROUTE

2011

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

IDIROKO

9,243

4,141

2,650

1,824

ILLELA (SOKOTO)

1,650

955

1,825

975

26,572

15,216

BORNO

47,251

9,542

MFUM

892

753

858

822

JIBIYA

1,036

263

1,121

296

220,894

329,819

SEME

352,613

OTHERS

Total

412,685

253,578

SOURCE: NIGERIA IMMIGRATION


SERVICE, Abuja.

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191,107
-

351,489

204,566

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