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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

BREAKING NEWS: Buhari Finally Gives Senate Amended 2016 Budget

Edeson Online News can authoritatively report that Nigeria President, Dr. Muhammadu Buhari has just sent the 2016 amended budget to the National Assembly. The senate president, Bukola Saraki read the letter of notification during plenary today informing the senate that the budget is ready.
In his letter, Below is what the President Buhari said:

“The draft bill remains the same and there are no changes in figures.”
The letter reads in part: “It will be recalled that on Tuesday, 22 December, 2015, I presented my 2016 budget proposals to the joint sitting of the national assembly. I submitted a draft bill accompanied by a schedule of details.
“At the time of submission, we indicated that because the details had just been produced, we would have had to check to ensure that there were no errors in the detailed breakdown contained in the schedule.
“That has since been completed and I understand that the corrections have been submitted.
“The national assembly would therefore have the details as submitted on the 22nd and a copy containing the corrections submitted last week. It appears that this has led to some confusion.
“In this regard, please find attached the corrected version. This is the version the national assembly should work with as my 2016 budget estimates. The draft bill remains the same and there are no changes in any of the figures.”
Mr. Saraki asked the Senate Leader, Ali Ndume, to ensure the copies of the corrected document are circulated during plenary, so that the Senate will start debate on Wednesday"

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