President Jonathan To Fuel Generators With N836.6million in 2014 + More On The 2014 Budget

A lot of controversy has arose regarding the 2014 budget submitted to the Senate by President Goodluck Jonathan

Below are the details of the budget so you’d know why the controversy surrounding the 2014 budget.

1. N836.6million was budgeted for the fueling of
generators. We will be breaking the figure down for you.

– The Presidency’s budget for fueling generators is
N33.47 million.

– The ICPC budget for fueling generators is N29.05
million.

– Ministry of Police affairs budgets N16.5 million for
fueling generators.

– Office of the Secretary to Government of the Federation
budgets N16.48 million for generator fueling.

– Ministry of Finance budgets N76.5 million for fueling
generators.

– Foreign Affairs ministry also budgets N56.16 million for the fueling of generators.

– Ministry of Health goes a tad lower by budgeting
N47.62 million for fueling generators
– Police Formation and Command, on the other hand
budgeted N71.3 million for fueling their generators.

– Ministry of Information budgeted N13.85 million as cost of generator fueling.

– Ministry of Trade and Investment budgeted the sum of N20.8 million for generator fueling.

– Ministry of water Resources has a budget of N16.45
million for generator fueling.

– Ministry of Youth Development had a relatively low
budget of N1.81 million for fueling their generator.

– The Ministry of Women Affairs goes even lower with a budget of N901,452 for generator fueling.

– The Ministry of Defence has a budget of N30 million for generator fueling.

– Ministry of Education budgeted N36.92 million for
generator fueling.

– Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation
submitted the projected sum of N11.79 million.

– The Ministry of Communication and Technology was
also relatively low with the sum of N3.51 million for
fueling generators.

– The Office of the Head of Service also has the budget of N40 million for fueling generators.

– Ministry of Interior budgeted N20.75 million for fueling their generators.

– Ministry of Works budgeted N25.05 million for
generator fueling.

– Ministry of Lands and Housing also submitted the sum of N45.55 million for fueling their generators.

– Ministry of Environment has a budget of N13.16 million for fueling generators.

– The National Population Commission has a budget of N22.53 million for fueling generators.

– National Planning Commission also budgeted N21
million for generator fueling.

– The Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal
Commission budgeted the sum of N20.05 million for
generator fueling.

– The Federal Civil Service Commission also budgeted
N18.8 million for generator fueling.

– Federal Character Commission also asks for the sum of N5.92 million to fuel generators.

– National Sports Commission budgeted N17.12 million for generator fueling .

– Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission
budgeted N15.45 million for fueling generators.

– Ministry of Justice has budgeted N28.34 million for
generator fueling.

– Niger Delta ministry budgeted N16.85 million for
generator fueling.

2. The Federal Capital territory Administration also has a total budget of N30.4 billion.

– The FCTA submitted a proposal of N1.5 billion for the construction of new houses for the 4 principals of the National Assembly.

– The FCTA again budgeted N1 billion for the construction of a residence for the Vice President.

– N300million was also budgeted by the FCTA to be spent on recreational facilities.

– N1.5 billion is also planned by the FCTA to be spent on the construction of Phase 3 of the National Assembly complex.

– Ministry of Police Affairs also asks for the sum of
N391,829,200 to be spent on research and development.

– The Police Force is also budgeting N310,553,170 to
purchase vehicles.

– N735,878,855 is also the amount budgeted by the
Police force to rehabilitate its various structures.

– Uniforms and Clothing for the Police force is budgeted to cost N964,694,529.

– The Police Force is also proposing the sum of
N463,935,012 for the maintenance of police vehicles.

– The maintenance of police buildings, both residential and official, is said to warrant the sum of N219.7 million.

– “Other maintenance services” needed by the police
force is to demand the sum of N238,861,716.

– The total budget of the police force is about N292.36 billion.

The Presidency is also to gulp N1,219,612,417 for Local travels in 2014.

– International travels and transportation by the
Presidency also demand the sum of N1,159,240,600 in the coming year.

– The Presidency is also to spend N200 million for
foodstuff and catering supplies.

– Another N162,556,500 is to be spent on meals and
refreshments for the Presidency.

– Minister of Finance, Okonjo-Iweala is also to spend the sum of N568,859,940 on honorarium.

– Okonjo-Iweala is again asking for the sum of
N51,403,464 for meals and refreshments for the year
2014.

– N150 billion was also budgeted for the National
Assembly.

– The Presidency budgeted the sum of N320 million for honorarium and sitting allowances.

– N33.8 million was also budgeted for the foodstuff/
catering supplies, meals and refreshments of the Vice President.

– A total of N2.3 billon is budgeted to be spent on trips by the Presidency in 2014.

– N159 million is budgeted to serve as traveling costs for the officials of the Bureau of Public Procurement.

– Another N38 million is to be used to fuel the Bureau of Public Procurement vehicles.

– N78 million is also budgeted to the Police affairs
ministry to monitor capital projects in 2014.

– The Police affairs ministry is also asking for N4.3 million for meals and refreshments.

– EFCC is also asking for the sum of N283.6 million to
serve as legal fees.

– EFCC is also to get N1.4 billion to fund the
commission’s various capital projects.

– EFCC is also to get N27 million for meals and
honorarium for the year 2014.
Here are some of the things in the budgets that is driving

Can this really be true? Is our President that insensitive to the plight of the populace?

This post was written by Tswahg of 9jaceleb

by Tswahg of 9jaceleb

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