Buhari presents 2022 budget to National Assembly

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07 October 2021   |   12:15 pm

Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari has presented the 2022 budget to National Assembly for approval. Buhari arrived at the National Assembly Complex in the company governors, ministers, and heads of Federal Government agencies. The president had informed the Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday of his visit to the legislative complex to present the Appropriation…

Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari has presented the 2022 budget to National Assembly for approval.

Buhari arrived at the National Assembly Complex in the company governors, ministers, and heads of Federal Government agencies.

The president had informed the Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday of his visit to the legislative complex to present the Appropriation Bill in a letter.

Buhari had sought the approval of the lawmakers to make some changes in the proposed Framework and one of the changes was the increase of the Federal Government’s total expenditure for 2022 from N13.98 trillion to N16.45 trillion.

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