It showed that N638.1 billion was collected from petroleum profit tax as against the target of N447.4 billion while N418.3 billion was collected from non-oil taxes as against its N558 billion target during the period.
It indicated that petroleum profit tax contributed 60.4 per cent of the revenue while 39.6 per cent came from non-oil taxes.
The VAT, comprising Nigeria Customs Service Import VAT and Non-import VAT, according to the period, contributed N212.4 billion or 20.1 per cent of the total non-oil taxes collection during the period.
In the monthly collection during the period, the report showed that N346.5 billion was collected in January, N401.4 billion in February and N 308.5 billion in March.
A breakdown of the monthly collection showed that the service collected N191 billion from petroleum tax and N155.4 billion from non-oil taxes, respectively, in January, and N268.2 billion and N133.2 billion from both sources in February.
In March, the report further showed, N178.8 billion came from petroleum tax while N129.7 billion was collected from non-oil taxes. (NAN)