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PODE (#weASOcial) Feb 9
Thank you, ThankGod. component of capital expenditure is 100 billion Naira. Not to talk of the proceeds from the Eurobond, and proceeds from oil and tax revenues going into infrastructure. has got their data all wrong/misinterpreted.
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Peter Garrett May 8
As predicted completely devoid of climate change measures. Biggest, most costly challenge we face not referenced once & what do we get? Savage cuts to environment department, no more support for renewables, massive subsidies to fossil fuel industries - abject failure.
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Dan Carden MP Dec 19
The care crisis is a national scandal. Older people in more deprived areas like Liverpool Walton are twice as likely to have their care needs unmet. Yet while the Chancellor used to hand tax giveaways to the banks, social care didn't even get a mention.
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Bashir Ahmad Jun 20
The which President signed into law today, provides for aggregate expenditures of N9.12 trillion, which is 22.6% higher than the . Further details of the approved budget will be provided by the Minister of Budget and National Planning.
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Kemi Adeosun Jun 19
Replying to @AsoRock @MBuhari
I'm pleased to note that despite the economic challenges in 2017, was able to fully cash-back the capital releases - the highest ever - and in doing so we have fully demonstrated the Administration's commitment to infrastructure development.
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PODE (#weASOcial) Feb 8
Construction is currently going on on 25 major road projects nationwide, funded by the fully-subscribed 100 billion Naira issued by in 2017. Even as we wait for passage of , implementation is ongoing. Nothing to be alarmed about.
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Andrew Fisher Dec 20
The Prime Minister bizarrely describes as a success. It downgraded economic growth, downgraded wage growth, downgraded business investment, downgrade productivity growth ... ... What would failure look like?
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NDTV Jan 31
Replying to @ndtv
| Sensex up nearly 30% from to Watch Budget Battleground LIVE now on and
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British Business Bank Jun 15
This week we launched our £2.5bn programme, fulfilling the Chancellor’s Autumn commitment to support UK businesses with high growth potential to access long-term financing. Read more:
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Connected Development [CODE] Mar 9
We have petitioned due to their lack of transparency implementing reported by We hope swift actions are taken by and our anti-corruption agencies
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BudgIT Nigeria Jan 25
A quick analysis of the 2017 Budget Implementation Report.
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Kemi Adeosun Jun 19
Replying to @HMKemiAdeosun
2/ The N1,580,270,755,084.44 in total capital releases for 2017 is higher than the N1,219,471,747,443.00 total for 2016.
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(((Dawn Butler MP))) Dec 12
The Govt refuses to publish cumulative impact assessments of . Please RT our clause to the Finance Bill to ensure govt publishes the regional impact of their budget on different households, gender & others with protected characteristics.
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Navdeep Bains Sep 20
Did you know: - provided over $2.3B to help producers & users grow and expand;  -Clean tech contributed over $26B in 2016 to Canada's GDP;  - investments have created more than 10,000 jobs & ≈$2.7B in annual revenue.
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Chris Bittle Feb 27
With we saw our plan for Canadians including in St Catharines with a $2 million announcement at Goodwill Niagara to help vulnerable young people get to work. Looking forward to seeing the next phase of the plan with
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Tufail Ahmad May 20
Excellent point sir. permitted foreign funding of political parties since 1976 without scrutiny. AND created new mode of corruption: parties can be funded through without disclosure of who is funding. This not why people voted BJP.
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Cat Boyd Dec 14
Today is budget day. Let's hope a proper pay rise for public sector workers is on the cards. Enough is enough.
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Ruth Cadbury MP Dec 1
Independent analysis shows 86% of cuts have fallen on the shoulders of women. I have signed a letter to demanding they publish a comprehensive equality impact assessment of and future policies
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Politic@l Spinner Apr 29
What your thoughts.. Will there be an early election before Christmas ?
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Kemi Adeosun Jun 19
Replying to @HMKemiAdeosun
We will continue to work to attract private capital to complement government spending in these key areas of infrastructure and human capital development.
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