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Niger gov signs 2024 budget into law

Niger State Governor, Mohammed Bago, has officially signed into law the state’s 2024 budget, amounting to N613.2 billion. This significant move came just hours after the state assembly passed the budget, indicating a swift and efficient legislative process.JAMB Portal

Governor Bago issued a stern warning to officials within his government regarding the handling of state revenue. He emphasized that unauthorized generation and expenditure of state funds would not be tolerated, clearly signaling his commitment to fiscal discipline and accountability.

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In his remarks after signing the Appropriation Bill, Governor Bago expressed appreciation for the expedient action of the state legislators in passing the bill, noting that their promptness was unprecedented. This swift legislative action is expected to facilitate the timely implementation of the budget, thereby benefiting the residents of Niger State.JAMB Result

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Bago also reaffirmed his administration’s dedication to maintaining and strengthening the synergy between the executive and legislative branches. As a testament to this commitment, he has directed the completion of the Legislative quarters at the three Arm zone within the next three months. This project aims to provide befitting accommodation for the legislators, underscoring the respect and support for the legislative arm.

Furthermore, the governor assured that the oversight function of the Legislature, a crucial aspect of democratic governance, will remain intact and unimpeded. He made it clear that any heads of Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) who fail to present themselves for legislative scrutiny and status inquiries will face termination of their positions.NYSC Portal

Legislature and its sanctity must be protected. For the government to do well, somebody must criticise and scrutinise the activities of the government. We should leave our books open in the Spirit of accountability,” he said.InformationGuideNigeria

In his remarks, the Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Abdulmalik Sarkin-Daji, explained that the budget size was increased by N720 million to cater for some critical areas of need for the realisation of the “New Niger” agenda.

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