OKOWA SIGNS 2023 APPROPRIATION BILL OF N571.6BN

Governor of Delta, Sen. (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa, on Friday in Asaba, signed the state’s 2023 Appropriation Bill of N571.64 billion. The budget, which is the last to be signed by Okowa as Governor of the state, comprises N235.5 billion for recurrent expenditure and N336.1billion as capital expenditure. The governor also  assented to nine other Bills – The Delta State Manufacturing and Use of Cotonou Boats … Continue reading OKOWA SIGNS 2023 APPROPRIATION BILL OF N571.6BN

OKOWA PRESENTS N561.8BN BUDGET FOR 2023

Delta Governor and Vice-Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa, on Thursday, presented an Appropriation Bill of N561.82 billion for 2023 to the state’s House of Assembly. Christened “Budget of Seamless and Stable Transition”, the governor told the lawmakers that the Bill was made up of N326.6 billion for Capital Expenditure and N235.2 billion for Recurrent Expenditure. He said that capital expenditure constituted 58 … Continue reading OKOWA PRESENTS N561.8BN BUDGET FOR 2023

GOV WIKE SIGNS 2022 BUDGET OF N483.1BN, INTO LAW

Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has assured that his administration will mobilise resources towards achieving 80 percent implementation of the 2022 budget. A report by Kelvin Ebiri, Special Assistant (Media) to the Rivers State Governor, disclosed that Governor Wike gave the assurance shortly after signing into law the Rivers State Appropriation Law No. 11, 2021 at the Executive Chamber of Government House, Port … Continue reading GOV WIKE SIGNS 2022 BUDGET OF N483.1BN, INTO LAW

GOV OKOWA SIGNS 2022 APPROPRIATION BILL OF N479BN, IN DELTA

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta on Thursday, December 16, 2021, in Asaba assented to the state’s 2022 Appropriation Bill of N479 billion. The governor also signed five other Bills, including Delta State House of Assembly Service Establishment Bill 2021, Delta State Registration of Community Development Associations Bill 2021, Delta State Debt Management Bill 2021, Delta State Erosion and Watershed Management Bill 2021 and Asaba Specialist … Continue reading GOV OKOWA SIGNS 2022 APPROPRIATION BILL OF N479BN, IN DELTA

Budget Of Consolidation: GOV WIKE PROPOSES N483BN BUDGET FOR 2022

Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Ezenwo on Friday, December 3, 2021, presented a budget estimate of Four Hundred and Eighty-three billion, one hundred and seventy-three million, three hundred and seven thousand, ninety-six naira (N483,173, 307,096.00) for 2022 fiscal year to the state House of Assembly for consideration. He said the policy thrusts for the 2022 Appropriation bill christened, “Budget of Consolidation,” will focus on the … Continue reading Budget Of Consolidation: GOV WIKE PROPOSES N483BN BUDGET FOR 2022

GOV WIKE SIGNS 2021 BUDGET, PLEDGES IMPLEMENTATION TO IMPROVE STATUS OF LIFE, DEVELOPMENT IN RIVERS

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, has signed into law, the 2021 Appropriation Bill and promised that it will be implemented in providing basic infrastructure for the good of the State. Special Assistant (Media) to the Rivers State Governor, Kelvin Ebiri, disclosed in a statement that signing the 2021 Budget at the Banquet Hall of Government House, Port Harcourt on Thursday, December 10, 2020, Governor … Continue reading GOV WIKE SIGNS 2021 BUDGET, PLEDGES IMPLEMENTATION TO IMPROVE STATUS OF LIFE, DEVELOPMENT IN RIVERS

Borno: CAPITAL PROJECTS GET 65%, AS GOV ZULUM BUDGETS N208B FOR 2021; EDUCATION TAKES HIGHEST ALLOCATION

Borno State Governor, Prof. Babagana Umara Zulum on Wednesday proposed N208b for the 2021 budget with capital projects allocated 65% while recurrent expenditures got 35%. The Governor, during his presentation at the state assembly in Maiduguri, proposed N135.1b for capital expenditure, representing 65% and N72.7b for recurrent expenditure representing 35% of the total sum. Zulum also said, the budget will be financed from the statutory … Continue reading Borno: CAPITAL PROJECTS GET 65%, AS GOV ZULUM BUDGETS N208B FOR 2021; EDUCATION TAKES HIGHEST ALLOCATION