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Gov Sule signs N110.8bn 2022 budget into law

Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule has signed into law the over 110 billion 2022 budget of the state. Signing the budget, the governor said the…

Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule has signed into law the over 110 billion 2022 budget of the state.

Signing the budget, the governor said the need for government officials to redouble effort towards the success of the 2022 budget is imminent.

Giving assent to the 2022 appropriation law earlier passed by the state Assembly, Governor Abdullahi Sule appreciated the speaker and members of the state assembly for the speedy passage of the appropriation bill.

Looking at the performance of the 2021 budget, which stood at sixty-four per cent, Governor Abdullahi Sule said the 2022 budget was jacked up from the initial one hundred and nine billion naira to one hundred and ten billion naira.

He called on government agencies and parastatals to wake up towards actualising the government’s vision.

He maintained that measures are also on to ensure an increase in the performance of the budget to meet up with the projects that have been captured therein, thus highlighting the Idadu-Agbashi road and the dualisation of Shendam road to the state assembly as some of the projects that would soon be embarked on.

Earlier, the Speaker of the State Assembly, Mr Ibrahim Balarabe-Abdullahi explained that members of the assembly did not hesitate in ensuring the budget went through due process before it was passed for the governor’s assent.

Speaker Balarabe-Abdullahi noted that the state legislature would continue to work in the interest of the people of Nasarawa State.

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