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Buni presents over N106.9 billion as 2021 budget estimate

Yobe State Government has deliberate to expend the sum of N106, 998, 499, 776 billion for the 2021 fiscal year.

Governor Mai Mala Buni disclosed this on Thursday whereas presenting the 2021 proposed price range earlier than the State House of Assembly.

Tagged, “Budget of Recovery, Consolidation and Economic Rejuvenation”, Buni mentioned the 2021 price range estimate is being proposed against the background of achievements made within the 2020 fiscal yr.

He noted that the 2021 budget will consider completion of all ongoing tasks, thereby creating enabling surroundings for youth empowerment, speed up restoration of peace and enchancment of livelihood for all the citizenry.

“For these causes, we now have determined to tag the 2021 price range as a Price range of Restoration, Consolidation and Financial Rejuvenation.

“We, subsequently, plan to expend the entire sum of N106, 998, 499, 776 billion for the execution of our varied tasks and programs.

“Out of the amount the sum of N53, 184, 171, 776 billion or 59.5% has been earmarked for recurrent expenditure whereas the sum of N43, 814, 398, 000 billion or 40.95% to finance capital expenditure”, Buni said.

According to the governor, the proposed 2021 price range estimate elevated with N20, 949, 388, 672 billion or 17.2% over that of the 2020 price range.

Whereas explaining the price range’s key allocations to Ministries, Departments and Companies,(MDAs) earlier than the Home, Buni mentioned Ministry of Works which has the lion share will gulp the sum of N77.8 billion, Transport and Energy N3.5 billion, Housing and Property Development N8 billion, Well being N2.1 billion, Primary and Secondary Training N3.6 billion and N4.1 billion is allotted to Agriculture.

Others are Ministry of Commerce, Commerce, Business and Tourism is to have N4.5 billion, Workplace of the Secretary to the State Authorities is allotted N4.8 billion, Rural Electrification N1.5 billion whereas Home of Meeting is earmarked N2.2 billion respectively.

“Sectoral allocations contained within the 2021 budget are as follow: Administration N12.4 billion, Financial system N23.5 billion, Land and Justice N1.7 billion and Social N25.4 billion” he disclosed.

Gov. Buni, nevertheless, whereas giving a spotlight of the 2020 price range mentioned the precise price range measurement was over N108.3 billion, however because of the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic which negatively affected the worldwide financial system, it was reviewed to over N86.49 billion.

“The general efficiency of the 2020 price range for each recurrent and capital expenditures was over N69.4 billion or 59.11% success.”, he mentioned.

Buni counseled the Meeting for working harmoniously with the chief arm, resulting in the quite a few achievements within the outgoing fiscal year.

Earlier, the Speaker Yobe State House of Assembly, Ahmed Lawan Mirwa assured the governor of a speedy passage of the proposed 2021 price range.

The 2021 budget estimate is expected to be financed by way of the projected federal allocations, internally generated income in addition to other sources.



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