The Bauchi State House of Assembly, on Tuesday, passed the state’s N213.9 billion Appropriation Bill for 2020.
Our Correspondent reports that the amount is N46.7 billion higher than that of 2020 which was N167.2 billion.
Our Correspondent reports that Gov. Bala Muhammed on Dec. 15, presented an N213.9 billion.
An appropriation estimate for 2021 to the House of Assembly tagged, “Budget of Fulfillment and Consolidation.”
The Speaker of the assembly, Mr. Abubakar Sulaiman, read the contents of the budget clause by clause.
Said N93, 197, 307, or 44 percent of the budget will be set aside for recurrent expenditure.
He also said that N120,717,468,313 or 56 percent would be for capital expenditure.
Sulaiman commended the house and committee members for their support and cooperation in passing the budget.
Also speaking, Mr. Abdulkadir Dewu, Chairman of, House Committee on Budget Appropriation.
Said that the committee advised the state Ministry of Budget and Economic Planning to prepare and submit a budget to the executives on time.
He stressed the need for the establishment of the state assembly budget and research office.
For efficient and effective budget analysis, research, records, and implementation.