1)Statutory allocation from the Federal Account in accordance with section 160 (2) of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Promulgation) Decree 1989. 2) Statutory allocation from each state government to the local governments in its areas of jurisdiction, 3) Federal Grants-in-aid,
5) Borrowing from state government and other financial institutions, 6)Local Rates on markets and shops,
The internal sources of fund generation include the following: 1) local rates,
2)markets taxes and levies excluding any market where state finance is involved, 3) Bicycle, truck canoe, wheelbarrow and cart fees, other than a mechanical propelled truck, Permits and fines charged by Customary Courts Local Government Business Investment, 4) Tenement Rate Fees from schools established by the local governments Shops and kiosks rate, 5)on and off Liquor Licence fees, Slaughter slab fees,
6) Marriage, birth and death registration fees.
7)Naming of street registration fee, excluding any street in the state capital, 8)Right of occupancy fees on lands in the rural areas, excluding those collectable by the federal and state governments excluding the state capital, 9) Cattle tax payable by cattle farmers only,
10)Merriment and road closure levy,
11) Religious places establishment permit fees.
12)Signboard and advertisement permit fees,
13) Radio and Television licence fees (other than radio and television...