Kano State on the other hand garnered N300.8 billion within the period under review.
The data revealed by StatiSence, a data hub, indicated that while Kaduna State had a steady annual increase in its internal income, Kano State suffered a setback in 2020 when its revenue crashed from N40.59 billion in 2019 down to N31.82 billion.
Meanwhile, NBS revealed that N1.93 trillion was generated across the 36 states in Nigeria, including the Federal Capital Territory in 2022 Internally Generated Revenue.
The data stated Lagos, Rivers and FCT top the list with N651.15 billion, N172.89 billion, and N124.4 billion, respectively while the least states on the list are Kebbi (N9.1 billion), Taraba (N10.2 billion), and Yobe (N10.5bn).
NBS further noted that the taxes sub-category recorded in the period included Pay As Your Earn, direct assessment, road taxes, stamp duties, capital gain tax, withholding taxes, other taxes and LGAs revenue.