WikkiTimes reports that the Senate has passed the 2023 Supplementary Appropriation Bill of N2.17 trillion.
Adeola gave a breakdown of the approval as N18 billion for statutory transfers, N1.33 trillion for recurrent non-debt expenditure. While N1.125 trillion only is for contribution to development funds for capital expenditures for the year ending December 31, 2023.
A breakdown of sectoral allocations and MDAs is as follows N18 billion for INEC; Defence N346.1 billion; Police formations and commands, N29.6 billion; Office of the National Security Adviser N39.6 billion.
Others are Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, N103 billion; Service wide vote, N515 billion; State House N28 billion; Ministry of defence, N200 billion; police formations and commands, N20.3 billion.
Others are the Office of the National Security Adviser, N10.3 billion; Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security N97 billion; Federal Ministry of Works, N300 billion; Federal Capital Territory Administration, N100 billion; Capital Supplementation N220.5 billion