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Kano 2020 budget: Ganduje to present budget to state assembly for review

Kano 2020 budget: Ganduje to present budget to state assembly for review

By Bashir Bello – Kano

Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State is to current the state’s 2020 finances of over N200 Billion to the state home of meeting for evaluation by 30 per cent on account of the impact of the novel Coronavirus illness.

The Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Abba Anwar acknowledged this in an announcement made accessible to newsmen within the state on Wednesday.

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Anwar hinted that the finances was offered by the Commissioner of Planning and Budget, Nura Muhammad Dankadai, earlier than the Council members on the state Executive Council assembly on Wednesday for consideration and passing of decision earlier than transmitting the doc to the State House of Assembly.

According to him, “Due to COVID-19 pandemic irritating effort which undermines Kano state 2020 fiscal doc, as is the case world over, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje administration hinted just a few days again, that the 2020 finances of over N200 Billion could be diminished by 30 %.

“The reviewed finances of over N138 Billion has N78.8b for recurrent expenditure, which represents 57 % and N54.9b for capital expenditure, which represents 43 %.

“Internally basic income (IGR) stood at N46 Billion Naira within the unique doc, with N7.8 Billion as precise assortment from January to March. While the IGR now stands at N24 Billion within the reviewed finances doc. Which is decrease by N22 Billion.

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“While the FAAC supply for financing the finances, was N76 Billion within the unique doc and now turns into N52 Billion, which is decrease by N24 Billion.

“In the original document, overhead stood at N18.3 Billion as the amount and now reviewed to N16.6 Billion. The priority areas of the reviewed budget are education, health, and infrastructure,” Anwar acknowledged.

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