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BudgIT Nigeria
Nigeria's civic tech organisation, raising the standards of transparency, citizen engagement & accountability most especially in public finance.
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CivicHive 3h
The Fellows had the opportunity to tell thier stories today. We will be publishing the stories soon! We believe in the solutions they are bringing to the social problems of an everday Nigerian.
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Tracka.ng 6h
We tracked the N23m allocated for the construction of comprehensive health centre at Okwagbe in Ughelli South LGA, Delta State. Status: Ongoing
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Tracka.ng 7h
In 2018, N50m was allocated for the construction/rehabilitation of classrooms Oyo Central Senatorial district. Status: Completed
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Tracka.ng 7h
We tracked the renovation of the primary health care centre at Balaro/Odo-oba community in Ibadan North East/South East LGA, and we report the project ongoing as carpenters were seen working on the site.
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Tracka.ng 7h
Our team held a town hall meeting with residents of Lalupon community in Lagelu LGA, Oyo State. We enlightened indigenes on 2018 FG constituency projects in their community. We are taking civic education to the grassroots. Public funds must work for the people
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Tracka.ng 11h
Our team held a town hall meeting with residents of Uwhere community in Ughelli, Delta State. We enlightened indigenes on 2018 FG constituency projects in their community. We are taking civic education to the grassroots. Public funds must work for the people
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CivicHive 6h
We will be discussing this at this Months and we want you to come contribute to the discussion. To be part of this Intergenerational conversation. Please register HERE:
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CivicHive 7h
To be part of this event. Please, register HERE:
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EiE Nigeria 7h
🚨 is here again! THEME: 20 Years of the 4th Republic: Gaining Dividends or Counting Losses? SPEAKERS: Register here 👉🏿 Don’t miss it!
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BudgIT Nigeria 20h
🚨ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 The entire public is invited to a special edition of . THEME: 20 Years of the 4th Republic: Gaining Dividends or Counting Loses? SPEAKERS: Register here: Let’s have a candid discourse!
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BudgIT Nigeria 20h
🚨ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 The entire public is invited to a special edition of . THEME: 20 Years of the 4th Republic: Gaining Dividends or Counting Loses? SPEAKERS: Register here: Let’s have a candid discourse!
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BudgIT Nigeria May 21
LET’S HAVE A CANDID DISCOURSE The 4th Republic—20 years down the lane—is the longest in the history of civilian rule in Nigeria. For African Democracy, this is symbolic. Alas, are we “Gaining Dividends or Counting Loses?” It’s . .
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Uchenna 23h
Just forget about the downstream oil and gas sector till you deregulate. A complete waste of tax payers money. Funding inefficient Govt organisations
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CivicHive May 23
This Morning, we have Technology Associate, Eddiong, taking our fellows on Wireframing. The fellows are now ready to build thier platforms! We will be making our Public Calls soon. Are you a developer? You should watch this space. cc:
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Tracka.ng May 23
Dear Gov , this is the dilapidated state of Kaduna state Library Board. This project was captured in the 2017 budget and yet to be implemented. We will appreciate your intervention on this project.
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BudgIT Nigeria May 23
Replying to @BudgITng
To end this thread, here’s the breakdown of recurrent expenditure of all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in Kaduna State.
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BudgIT Nigeria May 23
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Overall, the capital expenditure stands at 69.1% while the recurrent (channelled to payment of salaries) is 39.9%. Despite its huge wage bill in the edu sector, the govt has shown commitment to improving sch standards especially in areas of infrastructure and curriculums.
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BudgIT Nigeria May 23
Replying to @BudgITng
With N14.3 billion, the education ministry has the highest capital allocations to MDAs in 2019.
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BudgIT Nigeria May 23
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Comparing the 2019 budget with 2018, there is a percentage decrease of 15.42%. This shows the govt’s commitment to reducing recurrent spending.
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BudgIT Nigeria May 23
High expectations from on . In this THREAD, we examine how far how well. 👉 With 26.86% of total budget, the edu sector has the highest budgetary allocation in 2019. However, the budget allocation shows a trend of reduction from 2017. A quick look.
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