Meanwhile, the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), have generated ₦612.
Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS), in its internally generated revenue at state level report, disclosed that went down by 11.7 per cent from the ₦693.9 billion generated by states and FCT during the same period last yer.
The report published on Tuesday, stated that Lagos State realised the highest IGR of ₦204.51 billion between January and June.
Rivers state, according to the statistics, was placed second with ₦64.59 billion, followed by FCT with ₦35.2 billion, while Delta state got ₦30.8 billion to placed third and Ogun State ₦23.7 billion came fourth.
However, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ekiti, and Jigawa states, earned ₦3.9 billion, ₦3.8 billion, ₦3.75 billion ₦3.2 billion, ₦3 billion, respectively.
The report also said in the second quarter of the year, the states and the FCT made ₦259.73 billion, a dip from ₦353.14 billion recorded in the first quarter.
“This indicates a negative growth of -26.5% quarter on quarter,” NBS wrote.
Meanwhile, in the whole of 2019, all the states made combined revenue of ₦1.33 trillion.