Ogun, Enugu and Kogi assemblies approve 2021 budgets

Special attention will be given to OOUTH, says Abiodun

The Ogun State Meeting on Tuesday handed the 2021 Appropriation Act of N338,610,943,021.86 after chopping N1bn from the proposed finances price.

The finances was accepted only a month after being offered by the state governor, Dapo Abiodun.

The Mayor, Olakunle Oluomo, in the course of the plenary session on the Meeting Advanced in Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, learn the clause-by-clause invoice earlier than the members and was accepted.

The mayor ordered {that a} clear copy of the invoice be despatched to the governor for a good opinion.

Likewise, in Enugu, the Chamber of State Meeting on Tuesday accepted N169,845,758,500 for 2021.

The approval of the invoice adopted the presentation and approval of a report offered by the President of the Chamber’s Finance and Appropriation Committee, Ezenta Ezeani.

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In his statement after the finances was accepted, the Mayor, Edward Ubosi, stated: “The Home was essential in inspecting the 2021 Appropriation to make sure it benefited the residents of the state.”

Additionally in Kogi state, the Meeting accepted N130 billion for 2021

The invoice offered to the meeting earlier this month was accepted within the plenary on Tuesday.

The Chamber accepted the finances after contemplating clause by clause, and stated the finances had the capability to rework the post-COVID-19 state.

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