Inuwa Presents N154.6bn 2022 Budget To State Assembly

Gombe – The governor of Gombe state, Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya has presented a budget of N154.6 billon naira for 2022.

The governor made the presentation on Thursday at the State House of Assembly.

Yahaya explained that 44.7 percent (N69.1billion) of the budget was for recurrent expenditure while 55.3 percent (N85.4billion) was earmarked for capital expenditures.

Gov Inuwa
Alh Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya

He also noted that the 2021 budget which was estimated at N120billion has witnessed 69 percent of completion.

He further stated that the 2022 budget titled ‘Budget of Consolidation’ will be the first to complement the state’s 10-year Development Plan designed by his government.

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While noting the support his administration has received from the assembly, he appreciated the lawmakers “in our journey towards taking Gombe state to the next level.”

The Speaker of the Gombe State House of Assembly, Abubakar Mohammed Luggerewo expressed satisfaction over the timely budget presentation.

He gave accolades to the governor over prompt execution of laws passed by the assembly which has affected their constituents positively.

He further assured that the house will deliberate on the budget with the citizenry at heart.

Gombe: APC Threatens Sanction, Asks Goje To Apologise

The party threatened to sanction the former Governor over the clash on Friday and ask him to publicly apologized to members of the party……

Today Post earlier reported that All Progressives Congress (APC) in Gombe state has called on Senator Muhammad Danjuma Goje to publicly apologise to the party over the crisis that greeted his visit to the state on Friday.

Goje who is also a senator representing Gombe Central has on Friday visited Gombe for wedding ceremony when the violence broke out.

Amidst the political crisis rocking the state, the daughter of the former governor, Dr Hussaina Danjuma Goje resigned from the state executive council on Saturday.

Abdullahi Abubakar

Abdullahi Abubakar is a graduate of the University of Maiduguri.He is a teacher and passionate about Journalism and writing in general. He works with Today Post as a senior Editor and is currently living in Gombe.

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