The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has passed the N8.2 billion 2023 re-adjustment/supplementary budget into law.
The Speaker of the House, Danladi Jatau, announced the development during plenary on Tuesday.
He assured that the lawmakers would continue to collaborate with Governor Abdullahi Sule to promote the rapid development of the state.
“A Bill for a Law to Authorise the Issue Out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the State and Increase and Re-Adjustment of the Sum of N8,173,454,224.22k, making a total of N157,489,398,431.84 only, for the Services of Nasarawa State Government to complement for the Period Commencing from January 2023 and Ending 31st December 2023, read for the third time and passed,” he said.
He congratulated members for their efforts in expediting the bill’s passage into law, and directed the Clerk of the House to prepare a clean copy for the governor’s signature.
“I hereby direct the Clerk of the House to produce a clean copy of the bill for His Excellency’s assent,” he said.
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