Senate passes N2.17trn Supplementary Appropriation Bill

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The Senate has passed the 2023 Supplementary Appropriation Bill of N2.17trillion.

This followed the adoption of the report of Senate Committee on Appropriation at plenary

Presenting the report, Chairman of the Committee, Sen.Solomon Adeola (APC-Ogun), said N18billion is for statutory transfers, N1.33trilion for recurrent non -debt expenditure and N1.125trillion for contribution to development fund for capital expenditures for the year ending December 31, 2023.

He further said INEC would be given 18billion; Defence N346.1billion; police formations and commands N29.6 billion;
Office of the National Security Adviser N39.6 billion.

Others are Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Food security N97 billion; Federal Ministry of Works, N300 billion; ,Federal Capital Territory Administration, N100 billion; Capital Supplementation N220.5 billion

Others are Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, N103 billion; Service wide vote ,N515 billion; State House N28 billion; Ministry of defence, N200 billion; police formations and commands, N20.3 billion

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