With 10 days left to the end 2016, only 17 Govs have presented 2017 budget; See their list and figures

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, 14 December, 2016 in Abuja presented a budget of N7.30tn for 2017 before a joint session of the National Assembly.

The president said that N2.24tn, representing 30.7 per cent of the 2017 budget, would be committed to capital expenditure aimed at pulling the economy out of recession as quickly as possible.

He said the capital expenditure was increased from N1.8tn in 2016 to N2.24tn in 2017.

The president also announced N2.98tn as recurrent expenditure for the 2017 fiscal year.

Other states that have also submitted 2017 budgets include:

Anambra – N115.5bn

Bayelsa – N221bn
Benue – N163.9bn
Cross River – N301bn

Delta – N271bn

Edo – N150bn

Jigawa – N127.8bn
Ekiti – N93bn (approved)
Kaduna – N214.9bn (Approved)
Kano – N209.8bn
Katsina – N140bn
Ogun – N221.11bn
Lagos – N812.98bn
Nassarawa – N67.01bn
Plateau – N132.7bn
Yobe – N69.3bn
Zamfara – N107bn


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