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Bashir Ahmad Dec 17
BREAKING: President has just signed the 2020 Appropriation Bill into law. The January-December budget cycle is now a reality. Congratulations Nigeria!
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Aijay Oct 8
The last time POFRON was here to present the Annual Budget some clowns turned the national assembly into a market place. They even needed to be reminded that the world was watching, that was the day Otoge was born. Never again.
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Bashir Ahmad Oct 10
Senators of the ruling party, APC and main opposition party, PDP, commend President Muhammadu Buhari for adhering strictly to the provisions of the Fiscal Responsibility Act by ensuring the timely submission of the 2020 Appropriation Bill to the National Assembly.
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Bashir Ahmad Dec 17
HISTORY HAS BEEN MADE: Photos of the signing, earlier today. The first time since Nigeria returned to democracy in 1999 that the budget was passed and signed before the budget year.
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RootsTv Oct 8
'I shake my head at the N2.45Trillion budgeted for 'Stolen' Debt Servicing' - Gudaji Kazaure, member
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BudgIT Nigeria Oct 8
President today presented to a joint session of an Expenditure Budget of N10.33tn, with N8.15tn projected as revenue and deficit (borrowing) of N2.18tn. We shall bring you more details.
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Presidency Nigeria Oct 8
President this afternoon presented the Proposals to a Joint Session of the National Assembly.
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Premium Times Oct 8
Budgetary allocations to ministries as announced by PMB: Works & Housing - N262 bn; Transportation - N123 bn; UBEC - N112 bn; Defence - N100 bn; Agriculture - N83 bn; Water Resources - N82 bn; Education - N48 bn; Health - N46 bn
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Presidency Nigeria Oct 7
President today presided over a special Federal Executive Council (FEC) Meeting, ahead of his presentation of to the National Assembly tomorrow.
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Bashir Ahmad Oct 8
IN PICTURES: President today, presented 2020 Appropriation Bill to the National Assembly.
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Esther Ogun-Yusuf Oct 9
It's great to be back! Had the pleasure of discussing with these gentlemen: Wale Oluwade & Hon. Igariwey Enwo. What are your thoughts on it: should we do it incrementally or should we go for bolder figures more in tandem with our GDP?
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Kofi Bartels Oct 11
President will spend N273,055.56 per day, N8.1m per month and N98.3m in 2020 on foodstuff and supplies. In 2012, GEJ spent N1.335m per day, N39.75m per month, and N477m in the year 2012 on foodstuff and supplies.
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OB360 Media Oct 8
...The Big Numbers: Total Estimate = N10.33trn Recurrent = N4.8trn Capex = N2.1trn Debt Service = N2.4trn Statutory Transfers = N557bn Sinking Funds = N296bn *Sinking funds to retire maturing bonds issued to local contractors*
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Xtra Peppy Oct 9
Guys Watch this video slowly and notice biggys voice, it's as if he cried tho.. 😩 First time I'm hearing biggie refer to a housemate as "Dear"
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The Nigerian Senate Oct 8
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Engr. Adamu Hayatu™ Oct 8
See the calmness in the NASS. All the bastards have been sacked.
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tolu ogunlesi Oct 15
So, submitted to National Assembly last week by President Buhari today scaled second reading on floor of Senate. Senate has now adjourned plenary till 29th November 2019 to enable MDAs defend budget proposals before Senate Committees.
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Hajiya (Dr.) Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu Oct 7
Today, I attended the extraordinary Federal Executive Council (FEC) Meeting in Abuja. Aim of the meeting is to put finishing touches to the which will be presented to the National Assembly by President Muhammadu Buhari, tomorrow. 7.10.2019
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The Nigerian Senate Oct 8
Replying to @NGRSenate
President Buhari lays before the Joint Session of the National Assembly the Proposal, says the full breakdown will be provided by the Federal Ministy of Finance later.
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CBN Gov Akinsola Ak🇳🇬 Oct 8
Ministries With Highest Allocations Works & Housing – N262b Transportation – N123b UBEC – N112b Defense – N100b Agriculture – N83b Water – N82bn Niger Delta – N81b Education – N48b Health – N46b NEDC – N38b SIP – N30b FCT – N28bn I can say Education is (48+112)=160
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