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National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria mission is to generate, on a continuous and sustainable basis, socio-economic statistics on all facets of development in Nigeria.
NBS Vision is to become one of the foremost and modern knowledge-based national statistical offices in Africa and indeed the world.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/NGNBSNCPIR2017
The consumer price index, (CPI) which measures inflation increased by 11.14 percent (year-on-year) in July 2018. This is 0.09 percent points less than the rate recorded in June 2018 (11.23) percent and represents an eighteenth consecutive disinflation in headline inflation year on year. Increases were recorded in all COICOP divisions that yielded the Headline index. On month-on-month basis, the Headline index increased by 1.13 percent in July 2018, down by 0.11 percent points from the rate recorded in June 2018 (1.24 percent). This represents the first-time month on month headline inflation has declined since February 2018. The percentage change in the average composite CPI for the twelve months period ending July 2018 over the average of the CPI for the previous twelve months period was 13.95 percent, showing 0.42 percent point from 14.37 percent recorded in June 2018.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/cgijuze
Crime Statistics on reported offences reflected that a total of 125,790 cases were reported in 2016. Offence against property has the highest number of cases reported with 65,397 of such cases reported. Offence against persons recorded 45,554 cases reported while offence against lawful authority and local acts recorded the least with 12,144 and 2,695 cases recorded respectively. Lagos State has the highest percentage share of total cases reported with 36.08% and 45,385 cases recorded. FCT Abuja and Delta State followed closely with 10.48% and 13,181 and 6.25% and 7,867 cases recorded respectively. Katsina State has the lowest percentage share of total cases reported with 0.10% and 120 cases recorded. Abia and Zamfara States followed closely with 0.29% and 364 and 0.38% and 483 cases recorded respectively.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/ffbywug
Average price paid by consumers for automotive gas oil (diesel) decreased by -0.32% month-on-month and increased by 3.39% year-on-year to N204.32 in July 2018 from to N204.97 in June 2018.
States with the highest average price of diesel were Borno(N247.50), Taraba(N231.25) and Gombe (N228.33)
States with the lowest average price of diesel were Abuja (N184.00), Adamawa (N180.35) and Nasarawa (N175.83).
Selected food price watch data shows how the food prices are moving over the months and which item has higher movement.So it gives idea for food inflation.Selected food price watch data for December 2017 reflected that the average price of 1 dozen of Agric eggs medium size increased year-on-year by 12.40% and month-on-month by 6.76% to N494.43 in December 2017 from N463.11 in November 2017 while the average price of piece of Agric eggs medium size(price of one) increased year-on-year by 4.88% and month-on-month by 1.24% to N41.32 in December 2017 from N40.82 in November 2017.
Nigeria: Gross Domestic Product (Expenditure and Income)
In 2017, real GDP turned to positive growth in the second quarter and sustained its acceleration on a yearon-year basis. Annual real GDP growth rate in 2017 was recorded at 0.82%, signifying economic recovery when compared to –1.58% in 2016.
· Real Household Consumption and Government Consumption Expenditures generally declined in 2017 at –0.99% but improved compared to 2016 (-5.71%). Domestic demand was still weak.
· Net Exports grew significantly in real terms in 2017, which was mainly driven by the strong performance in the third quarter. However, this was slower than 2016 (22%).
· National Disposable Income declined by 1.52% in 2017, majorly due to the continuous decline in the largest component— Operating Surplus which recorded a negative annual growth rate, of –2.11%.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/hfjmjt
Average price per litre paid by consumers for National Household Kerosene decreased by -1.00% month-onmonth and -1.29% year-on-year to N276.87 in July 2018 from N279.67 in June 2018.
States with the highest average price per litre of kerosene were Yobe (N310.00) , Nassarawa (N306.19), and Bayelsa (N304.72).
States with the lowest average price per litre of kerosene were Kogi (N238.89), Borno (N236.67) and Abia (N227.50)
Similarly, average price per gallon paid by consumers for National Household Kerosene decreased by -0.41% month-on-month and increased by 1.76% year-on-year to N1000.19 in July 2018 from N1004.29 in June 2018.
States with the highest average price per gallon of kerosene were Borno (N1130.00), Jigawa (N1115.38) & Bauchi (N1070.00).
States with the lowest average price per litre of kerosene were Rivers (N921.05), Delta (N900.73) and Oyo (N900.59).
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/gvqxhx
The National Bureau of Statistics Publishes Internally Generated Revenue at State level for Half Year 2018. The half year 2018 states and FCT IGR figure hits N579.49bn compared to N453.83bn recorded in half year 2017. This indicates a growth of 27.7% year on year. Twenty-eight (28) States recorded growth in IGR while eight (8) states which includes (Abia, Anambra, Benue, Taraba, Kebbi, Kwara, Ebonyi and Enugu) recorded a decline at the end of 2018 Half Year. The net FAAC allocation in half year 2018 is put at N1.23 trillion while the total revenue available to the states is put at N1.74 trillion. However, the value of foreign debt stands at $4.22bn while domestic debt hits N3.38 trillion at the end of 2018 half year respectively.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/NGLBFRSTAT2016
The economically active or working age population (15 – 64 years of age) increased from 111.1 million in Q3, 2017 to 115.5million in Q3, 2018. The number of persons in the labour force (i.e. people who are able and willing to work increased from 75.94 million in Q3 2015 to 80.66 million in Q3 2016 to 85.1 million in Q3,2017 to 90.5million in Q3, 2018. The total number of people in employment (i.e with jobs) increased from 68.4 million in Q3 2015, to 68.72 million in Q3 2016, to 69.09 million in Q3 2017 and 69.54 million in Q3 2018. The total number of people in full-time employment (at least 40 hours a week) increased from 51.1 million in Q3 2017 to 51.3 million in Q3, 2018. The total number of people in part-time employment (or underemployment) decreased from 13.20 million in Q3 2015 to 11.19 million in Q3 2016 but increased to 18.02 million in Q3 2017 and to 18.21 million in Q3 2018. The total number of people classified as unemployed, which means they did nothing at all or worked too few hours (under 20 hours a week) to be classified as employed increased from 17.6 million in Q4 2017 to 20.9 million in Q3 2018. Of the 20.9 million persons classified as unemployed as at Q3 2018 11.1 million did some form of work but for too few hours a week (under 20 hours) to be officially classified as employed while 9.7 million did absolutely nothing. Of the 9.7 million unemployed that did absolutely nothing as at Q3 2018, 90.1% of them or 8.77 million were reported to be unemployed and doing nothing because they were first time job seekers and have never worked before. On the other hand, 9.9million 0r 0.9% of the 9.7 million that were unemployed and doing nothing at all reported they were unemployed and did nothing at all because they were previously employed but lost their jobs at some point in the past which is why they were unemployed. Of the 9.7 million that were unemployed and did nothing at all, 35.0% or 3.4 million have been unemployed and did nothing at all for less than a year, 17.2% or 1.6 million for a year, 15.7% or 1.5 million had been unemployed and did nothing for 2 years, and the remaining 32.1% or 3.1 million unemployed persons had been unemployed doing nothing for 3 and above years. The unemployment rate accordingly, increased from 18.8% in Q3 2017 to 23.1% in Q3, 2018
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/uvqchld
Average price for the refilling of a 5kg cylinder for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) decreased by -1.20% month-on-month and -9.69% year-on-year to N2,010.45 in July 2018 from N2,034.93 in June 2018.
States with the highest average price for the refilling of a 5kg cylinder for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) were Bauchi (N2,500.00), Borno (N2,401.43) and Gombe (N2,314.29). States with the lowest average price for the refilling of a 5kg cylinder for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) were Edo (N1,731.25), Abuja (N1,730.00) and Ebonyi (N1,700.00).
Similarly, average price for the refilling of a 12.5kg cylinder for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) decreased by -0.81% month-on-month and -2.97% year-on-year to N4,244.35 in July 2018 from N4,278.95 in June 2018.
States with the highest average price for the refilling of a 12.5kg cylinder for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) were Benue (N4,775.00), Kaduna (N4,716.67) and Akwa Ibom (N4,660.00). States with the lowest average price for the refilling of a 12.5kg cylinder for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) were Oyo (N3,855.63), Ogun (N3,849.09) and Lagos(N3,615.38).
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/sttzqvd
The National Examination Council (NECO) Data from 2013 to 2016 reflected that a total 870,397 candidates sat for the examination in June/July 2016 as against 969,490 in corresponding period in 2015. 504,515 of the candidates were male while the remaining 365,882 were female.
Similarly, a total 47,118 candidates sat for the examination in November/December 2016 as against 49,084 in corresponding period in 2015. 19,772 of the candidates were male while the remaining 27,346 were female.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/NBSNCI2016The capital importation into Nigeria in 2017 Q3 recorded a substantial increase compared to the past few quarters, as the economy continued to recover from recession following its exit in Q2 2017.The total capital
imported in the third quarter was recorded at $4,145.1 million, more than double the inflow in the second quarter of this year, representing an increased value of 147.5% on a year on year basis. This inflow of capital in Q3 2017 is the first time since the beginning of 2015 that capital hit over $4,000 million in a quarter. The boom in capital importation in Q3 2017 was mainly driven by significant growth in both Portfolio Investment and Other Investment.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/xipucvg
Average price paid by consumers for premium motor spirit (petrol) decreased by -0.09 year-on-year and -0.9% month-on-month to N146.80 in July 2018 from N148.10 in June 2018.
States with the highest average price of premium motor spirit (petrol) were Borno (N155.00), Taraba (N151.82) & Bayelsa (N151.67).
States with the lowest average price of premium motor spirit (petrol) were Oyo (N144.72), KatsinaN144.06) & Gombe (N142.79).
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/xegtxhb
The petroleum products imports statistics for Q1 2017 reflected that 4.05bn litres of premium motor spirits PMS), 1.31 bln litres of automotive gas oil (AGO) and 41.06 mln litres of household kerosene (HHK), valued at N566.96bn, N187.56bn and N5.92bn respectively, were imported into the country in Q1 2017.
The month of March 2017 recorded the highest volumes of premium motor spirits (PMS) and automotive gas oil (AGO) imported into the country at 1.63bn and 504.59 mln litres valued at N218.88mln and N70.28mln respectively while the highest monthly volume of household kerosene (HHK) was imported in the January 2017 with 27.82 mln litres valued at N4.07bn imported.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/hnxgjkf
The rail transportation data for Q2 2018 reflected that a total of 730,289 passengers travelled via the rail system in Q2 2018 as against 748,345 passenger recorded in Q1 2018 and 596,792 in Q2 2017 respectively, representing 22.37% growth YoY and -2.41% growth QoQ. Similarly, a total of 85,816 tons of volume of goods/cargo travelled via the rail system in Q2 2018 as against 79,750 recorded in Q1 2018 and 18,212 in Q2 2017 respectively, representing 371.21% growth YoY and 7.61% growth QoQ. Revenue generated from passengers in Q2 2018 was put at N435,965,777 as against N413,057,019 in Q1 2018. Similarly, revenue generated from goods/cargo in Q2 2018 was put at N159,079,963 as against N151,279,394 in Q1 2018
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/pbiayq
The Q2 2017 road transport data reflected that 2,503 road crashes occurred in Q2 2017. Speed violation is reported as the major cause of road crashes in Q1 and it accounted for 44.44% of the total road crashes reported. Loss of control and dangerous driving followed closely as they both accounted for 12.92% and 8.06% of the total road crashes recorded.
A total of 8,270 Nigerians got injured in the road traffic crashes recorded. 7,805 of the 8,270 Nigerians that got injured, representing 94% of the figure, are adults while the remaining 465 Nigerians, representing 6% of the figure are children. 6,217 male Nigerians, representing 75%, got injured in road crashes in Q2 while 2,053 female Nigerians, representing 25%, got injured.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/jlbfmme
A total volume of 509,668,433 transactions valued at N32.90trn were recorded in Q2 2018 as data on Electronic Payment Channels in the Nigeria Banking Sector revealed. Automated Teller Machine (ATM) transactions dominated the volume of transactions recorded. 217,417,961 volume of ATM transactions valued at N1,603bln were recorded in Q2 2018. In terms of credit to private sector, the total value of credit allocated by the bank stood at N15.34trn as at Q2 2018. Oil & Gas and Manufacturing sectors got credit allocation of N3.45trn and N2.02trn to record the highest credit allocation as at the period under review. As at Q2, 2018, the total number of banks staffs increased by 13.67% QoQ from 89,608 in Q1 2018 to 101,861.
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/qxjbkcf
The compilation of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) estimates for sub-national units of the Federation has been a phased exercise at the National Bureau of Statistics since 2013. In 2017/2018, eleven (11) States – Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Kaduna, Kano, Ogun, Osun, Oyo, Rivers and Zamfara – were selected for the initial phase of SGDP computation, providing estimates for states GDP for the five year period covering 2013-2017. - GDP of an economy, including at State level, is a measure in monetary terms of production of all goods and services. Like the compilation at the national level, State accounts statistics is based on the guidelines and recommendations set out in the System of National Accounts 2008 (SNA 2008). The System of National Accounts provides an internationally-recognised framework and a comprehensive set of concepts, definitions and classifications for national accounting. Additionally, other guidelines adopted include the International Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities (ISIC) as well as the Central Product Classification (CPC) system.
Nigeria: Summary of Foreign Trade
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2018 Values under Parent "Imports Classified by Broad Economic Categories (BEC)" are YTD values (From 2018 Jan to 2018 Sep).
Data cited at: https://nigeria.opendataforafrica.org/xyzrrzd
The Transport fare watch report for July 2018 covers the following categories namely bus journey within the city per drop constant route ; bus journey intercity, state route, charge per person; air fare charge for specified routes single journey; journey by motorcycle (Okada) per drop; and water way passenger transport.
Average fare paid by commuters for bus journey within the city increased by 0.82% month-on-month and 30.36% year-on-year to N170.03 in July 2018 from N168.90 in June 2018. States with highest bus journey fare within city were Abuja FCT (N335.00), Cross River (N285.00) and Abia (N240.00) while States with lowest bus journey fare within city were Rivers (N110.00), Anambra (N92.00) and Bauchi (N90.00).
Average fare paid by commuters for bus journey intercity increased by 0.30% month-on-month and 14.81% year-on-year to N1,733.33 in July 2018 from N1,729.01 in June 2018. States with highest bus journey fare intercity were Abuja FCT (N4,200.00), Adamawa (N3,200.00) and Borno (N2,700.00) while States with lowest bus journey fare within city were Anambra(N1,150.00), Enugu (N1,090.00) and Bauchi (N1,060.00).
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