Nigeria Produced 45.74m Tons of Solid Minerals in 2017 - NBS

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Thursday, August 02, 2018 09:29 AM /NBS

The States Disaggregated Mining and Quarrying Data for 2017 reflected Nigeria produced 45,748,257.14 tons of solid minerals. Ogun State produced the highest tons of solid minerals among the 36 States and the FCT.

The State produced 23,302,575.08 tons of solid minerals representing 50.94% of the total tons of solid minerals produced in the year under review.

Kogi and Abuja-FCT States followed closely with 5,228,608.15 and 4,461,541.31 tons of solid minerals produced representing about 11.43% and 9.75% of the total tons of the minerals produced while Bayelsa and Enugu States produced the least tons of solid minerals with zero ton and 5,227.70 tons of minerals produced respectively.

Granite is the most produced solid minerals in 2017 with 17,454,600.97 tons of minerals representing about 38.12% of the total tons of minerals produced.

Limestone and Laterite followed closely with 13,963,398.81 and 3,711,219.99 tons produced representing 30.50% and 8.11% of the total tons of minerals produced in 2017. However, Garnet and Zircon are the least produced solid minerals in 2017.

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Q3 2018

1.       147,823 Domestic Passengers Moved by 41 Private Jet Operators in 2017 - NBS

2.      Average of 92,747MWh of Energy Generated Daily in Q1 2018

3.      GDP By Income and Expenditure Approach 2017 - Household Final Consumption Fell by -0.99% in 2017

 

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Q2 2018

4.      Average Price of 1kg of Yam Tuber Increased MoM by 4.93% to N305.70 - NBS

5.      Average Intracity Transport Fare Increased MoM by 1.53% to N168.90 - NBS

6.      Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – June 2018

7.      Headline Inflation Drops to 11.23% in June 2018; 0.37% Lower Than May 2018 Rate

8.     134,663 Crime Cases Were Reported in 2017 - NBS

9.      FAAC Disburses N701.02bn in May 2018 - NBS

10.  Average Prices of 1kg of Tomato Increased MoM by 6.10% to N307.14 in May 2018 - NBS

11.   Average Water Transport Fare Increased By 0.57% MoM in May 2018 - NBS

12.  Headline Inflation Drops to 11.61% in May 2018; 0.87% Lower Than April 2018 Rate

13.  Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – May 2018

14.  Merchandise Trade in Both Directions Grew Significantly in Q1 2018

15.   7.98m Workers Are Registered Under The Pension Scheme as at Q1 2018 - NBS

16.  5.67bn Litres of PMS Imported in Q1 2018 - NBS

17.   FAAC Disburses N638.09bn in April 2018 - NBS

18.  2,482 Road Traffic Crashes Occurred in Q1 2018 - NBS

19.  Nigeria’s GDP Grew in Real Terms by 1.95% in Q1 2018

20. N269.79bn Generated as VAT in Q1 2018 - NBS

21.  Average Price of 1kg of Tomato Increased by 8.38% MoM in April 2018 - NBS

22. Average Fare for Bus Journey Within City Increased by 3.88% MoM in April 2018 - NBS

23. Headline Inflation Drops to 12.48% in April 2018; 0.86% Lower Than March 2018 Rate

24. Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – April 2018

25.  Total Value of Capital Imported in Q1 2018 Stood at $6,303.63m - NBS

26. Banking Sector Records 457.23m Volume of Transactions in Q1 2018 - NBS

27.  FAAC Disburses N647.39bn in March 2018 –NBS

28. 720,958 Passport Applications Received in 2017 - NBS

29. 309,713kg of Drug Seized in 2017 - NBS

30. Average Intercity Bus Fare Decreased by -5.63% MoM in March 2018

31.  Average Price of Tomato Decreased by -0.58% YoY in March 2018

32. Headline Inflation Drops to 13.34% in March 2018; 0.99% Lower Than February 2018 Rate

33. Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – March 2018

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Q1 2018

1.       FAAC Disburses N635.55bn in February 2018 - NBS

2.      Lagos State Has The Highest Domestic and Foreign Debts as at December 2017 - NBS

3.      States Generate N931.23bn as IGR in 2017 - NBS

4.      Average Air Fare Increased by 1.47% MoM in February 2018 - NBS

5.      Average Price of 1kg of Yam Tuber Increased by 7.10% YoY in February 2018 - NBS

6.      Headline Inflation Drops to 14.33% in February 2018; 0.8% Lower Than January 2018 Rate

7.      Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – February 2018

8.     Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Owerri and Kano Airports Served Over 92% of Total Passengers in Q4 2017

9.      4,175 Ocean Going Vessels Recorded at Nigerian Ports in 2017

10.  Total Value of Capital Imported into Nigeria in Q4 2017 Estimated at $5,382.89m - NBS

11.   Nigeria’s GDP Grows in Real Terms by 1.92% in Q4 and 0.83% for Full Year 2017

12.  FAAC Disburses N655.18bn in January 2018 – NBS

13.  N254.10bn Generated as VAT in Q4 2017 – NBS

14.  Total Active Voice Subscription Increased by 3.69% in Q4 2017 – NBS

15.   18.36bn Litres of PMS Distributed State-wide in 2017 – NBS

16.  5.84m Students Enrolled in Junior Secondary Schools in 2016 - NBS

17.   2,489 Road Traffic Crashes Occurred in Q4 2017 - NBS

18.  Average Air Fare Increased by 7.34% YoY in January 2018 - NBS

19.  Headline Inflation Drops to 15.13% in January 2018; 0.24% Lower Than 15.37% December Rate

20. Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – January 2018

21.  7.82m Workers Are Registered Under the Pension Scheme as at Q4 2017 - NBS

22. Daily Energy Generation Attained a Peak of 94,627MWh in Q4 2017 - NBS

23. Banking Sector Records 461.98m Volume of Transactions in Q4 2017 - NBS

24. 77.5m Persons Engaged in Some Sort of Economic Activities in Q3 2017 - NBS

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26.   Average Price of 1kg of Yam Tuber Decreased by -3.67% YoY to N211.61 in December 2017 - NBS

27.  Headline Inflation Drops to 15.37% in December 2017; 0.53% Lower Than 15.90% November Rate

28.  Average Prices of PMS, AGO, HHK and Cooking Gas – December 2017

29.  Active Voice Subscribers Dropped by 8.73% in Q3 2017 – NBS

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