MTN 7GB for 2000 naira – newest MTN data plan!

My friend just sent this message to me. This is too good to be true!

mtn latest data plan; 7gb for 2000 nairaMTN Nigeria has roll out a new data plan last week at the Africa’s Biggest Technology event in Lagos-Nigeria by TechPlus. This data plan is 7GB for 2000 naira. Is this data plan real! Yes o. It is a worthy data plan that gives you 100% value of what you pay for. MTN 7GB data plan is an upgrade of MTN 3.5GB data plan.  MTN Nigeria at TechPlus applied the multipliers effect that gives you real-time 100% bonus of 7GB data plan for just N2000. This is the latest CHEAPEST data plan from MTN.

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How much is MTN 7GB Data Plan

You can get the 7GB data plan at 2000 Naira.

How to Subscribe for MTN 7GB Data Plan

MTN 7GB data plan subscription code

  • To subscribe for the 7GB data plan, simply recharge N2,000 airtime on your line then  send 2016 to 131 and you’ll receive a message that you have been credited with 7GB on Tech+ 100% Dealzone.

How long does this new MTN data plan last?

  • This data plan is valid for 2 months

Does it Work on all Device?

  • Yes, it will work on all eligible devices.

 

OK, SEE ANOTHER ONE NOW – MTN WowWeekend

 MTN data weekend promo (WowWeekend)

Get 9GB for just 2000 Naira; you can use this data plan for the weekend and the next 2 months.

This is how wow weekend works, when you recharge any amount, you get free data.  Example, when you recharge N200, you get free 100MB. When you recharge N500 and above, you get free 1GB.
Load your MTN line with airtime of N2, 000 and you’ll get free 2GB usable only from Friday to Sunday, then SEND 2016 to 131 to get 7GB data making it 9GB.

 

Enjoy!

If you have any question to ask, you can use the comment box below. If you don’t have any question to ask, enjoy it and thank me later.

Richest State in Nigeria 2016 by IGR Statistics

Do you want to know the top richest States in Nigeria? Are you interesting in knowing if your state is among the 15 states in Nigeria that may go bankrupt in next few years to come? Interestingly, the state considered to be top richest might shock you. Keep reading!  Let’s see if it does.

RICH STATES IN NIGERIA

 Nigeria has experienced an exponential growth in its economy in the time past. However, her natural resource is yet to be fully tapped. Many states in Nigeria have shown to contribute more to the federal government revenue as well as to their respective state revenue than others.

So, today I will consider the top richest state in Nigeria 2016 based on the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of each state. This list does not take into account each state’s;

  1. Sustainability index.
  2. Recurrent expenditure.
  3. Total debt stock.

Before I proceed to the list of the top richest state in Nigeria 2016, let quickly explain what IGR means. By a simple definition, Internal Generated Revenue is an amount a state makes in a given year. In the developed world like Britain and United States, states are mostly found receiving little percentage from the federation account and depend majorly on Internally Generated Revenue in financing both annual capital and recurrent expenditures.

Here below is list of top richest state in Nigeria by IGR. The IGR of the 36 states of the federation totalled N682.67 billion in 2015 as compared to N707.85 billion in 2014, a drop of N25.18 billion or a minus 3.56 percent.

  1. Lagos state

On the topmost of the list of the richest in Nigeria 2016 is Lagos State. Lagos State retains its number one position in IGR with a total revenue generation of N268.22bn in the twelve months of last year.   Lagos State generates more IGR than 32 States combined. The latest report on IGR reveals that only Lagos State generated more revenue than its allocation from the Federation Account by 150% and no any other state in Nigeria has up to 100% of IGR to the federal largese. The report further indicates that the IGR of Lagos State of N268bn is higher than that of 32 States combined together excluding Rivers, Delta and Ogun whose IGRs are very impressive.

  1. River state generate N82.10bn
  1. Delta state generate N40.80bn
  1. Ogun state generate N34.59bn
  1. Edo state generate N19.11bn
  1. Enugu state generate N18.08bn
  1. Oyo state generate N15.66bn
  1. Anambra state generate N14.793bn
  1. Akwa Ibom state generate N14.791bn
  1. Kano state N13.611

The above is the top 10 richest state in Nigeria 2016. The big picture  is below with the wealth position of rest of other states in Nigeria.

richest states in nigeriaAn investigation by the Economic Confidential has shown that Fifteen States may go bankrupt as their Internally Generated Revenues (IGR) in 2015 was far below 10% of their Federation Account Allocations (FAA) in one year from June 2015 to May 2016. The states that may not survive without the Federation Account due to poor internal revenues include Yobe which generated meagre N2.2b compared to a total of N57.4bn it received from the Federation Account Allocation (FAA) from June 2015 to May 2016 representing about 3.9%. Others are: Zamfara with IGR of N2.7bn compared to FAA of N56.6bn representing 4.8%; Ekiti N3.2bn compared to FAA of N50.460bn representing 6.5%; Borno with N3.5bn compared to N78.7bn of FAA representing 4.5% and Kebbi with IGR of N3.5bn compared to N64.8bn of FAA representing 5.5% within the period under review. Others poor internal revenue earners are Taraba which generated N4.1bn compared to FAA of N56bn representing 6.4%; Nassarawa N4.4bn compared to FAA of N50.5bn representing 8.5%; Adamawa N4.4bn compared to FAA of N62.2bn representing 7.1%; Gombe N4.7bn compared to FAA of N49.8bn representing 9.6%; Jigawa N5bn compared to FAA of N73bn representing 7%; Bauchi N5.3bn compared to FAA of N72.6bn representing 7.4%; Imo N5.4bn compared to FAA of N71.6bn representing 7.6%; Katsina N5.7bn compared to FAA of N88.8bn representing 6.5 %; Niger N5.9bn compared to FAA of N74.8bn representing 8% and Sokoto N6.2bn compared to FAA of N69.7bn representing 8.9%. . The poorest southern State is Ekiti which is the only state from the South to be among the 10 lowest IGR earners while the rest in the category and bottom of the ladder are Northern States.

Many state governments have blamed the low IGR in their states on the fact that most of the headquarters of the industries sited in their states are located in commercial centres. Governments should emphasize on other internal means of revenue generation such as markets taxes, public conveniences, shops and kiosks rates, death and birth registration, naming of streets, levies, wheelbarrow and cart fees, canoe fees, sewage and refuse disposal fees, customary and burial ground permit fees, signboard and advertisement permit fees, among others vital means of revenue generation. Some council have made provisions for speedboats and vehicles as internal means of transportation which are good development. The principal idea behind Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) is to collect the proper amount of tax revenues at least cost in a manner that guarantee the highest degree of public confidence in state governments’ integrity, efficiency and fairness.