Ogun 2021 Budget Passes Second Reading In The House

Ogun 2021 Budget Passes Second Reading In The House

The Ogun state’s proposed 2021 appropriation bill has passed through the second reading in the state house of assembly, a day after it was presented by governor Dapo Abiodun

Abiodun on Wednesday had presented a n339 billion bill to the house, including n162 billion for recurrent expenditure and n177 billion for capital projects

The house majority leader, Yusuf Sheriff, moved a motion during the Thursday plenary for the second reading of the bill

He was seconded by the chief whip, Atinuke Bello and supported through a voice vote by the whole house

After an extensive debate by the lawmakers, the speaker, Olakunle Oluomo, commends them for their robust deliberation to ensure the emergence of all-inclusive bill for the socio-economic development of the state He ordered the transfer of the bill to the house finance and appropriation committee for further legislative action

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