Budget committee to submit report to National Assembly on Thursday – Official


Budget committee to submit report to National Assembly on Thursday - Official

The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Appropriation, Senator Barau Jibrin, while speaking to journalists disclosed that the National Assembly joint committee on Appropriation would submit a harmonised report of the N13.08tn 2021 budget proposals on Thursday, December 3, 2020.

He said the next stage of work for the committee, was to carry out the required scrutiny of the reports and harmonise with the House of Representatives for submission at both Chambers.

He said, “The process of presentation of reports as regards the 2021 budget estimates for the various ministries, departments, and agencies by the various committees is over since all of them have submitted their reports.

“What remains now is for those of us in the Appropriation committee to collate the reports in harmony with the House of Representatives for final consideration and passage by both Chambers.

“The timetable for that has already been drawn and we shall work assiduously to keep to it by submitting the harmonised report of the budgetary proposal to the Senate on the 3rd of December, 2020 for final consideration and passage latest by the following week.”



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