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Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by modath(f): 6:03am On Apr 12, 2016
................However, more information was brought to light monday on what transpired with respect to the Calabar-Lagos rail project, when a senior official in the presidency disclosed that its omission from the budget was caused by the Budget Office.

This came as the Chairman on the Senate Committee on Land Transport, Senator Gbenga Ashafa confirmed yesterday in a press statement that Amaechi did inform the committee of the omission of the Lagos-Calabar rail project and sent a supplementary copy of the ministry’s budget to the committee, which contained the said project.
Speaking with THISDAY in Abuja on Monday, the presidency source, who pleaded anonymity, said when the error committed by the Budget Office was discovered, Ameachi quickly forwarded a memo to the Budget Office, drawing its attention to the error and it was quickly corrected.

The source added: “Minister Ameachi did not stop there, he followed it up with several meetings with Senator Gbenga Ashafa and during the defence of the budget, Amaechi informed the committee of the omission of the Lagos-Calabar rail modernisation project and indeed sent a supplementary copy of the ministry’s budget to the committee, which contained the said project.


“I can tell you that it was the House of Representatives that removed it for obvious reasons. The ministry was harassed by the House members during the defence of the budget, demanding for one thing or the other. If Hon. Abdulmumim said the Lagos-Calabar Rail project was not in the original budget, let him also show you where N92 billion was provided for the Lagos-Kano rail project in the original budget that he is making reference to?
“On the rehabilitation of some airports, the Ministry of Transportation did make provision for them in the budget we submitted, and the National Assembly on its own appropriated N4 billion to this. They are just lying. And we challenged them to produce the report the Senate Committee on Land Transport sent to the Ministry of Transportation.”


Senator Ashafa also confirmed that Amaechi did inform the committee of the omission of the Lagos-Calabar rail project and the omission was subsequently corrected.

According to the senator, “I have carefully followed the news making the rounds in relation to the budget presented to the National Assembly and what was defended by the Ministry of Transportation before the Senate Committee on Land Transport which I have the privilege of chairing.

“The focal point of controversy seems to be the Lagos-Calabar railway modernisation project and the completion of the Idu-Kaduna rail line.

“I confirm that the Lagos-Calabar rail line was not in the original document that was presented to the National Assembly by the executive.

“However, subsequently, during the budget defence session before the Senate Committee on Land Transport, the Minister for Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, did inform the committee of the omission of the Lagos-Calabar rail project and indeed sent a supplementary copy of the ministry’s budget to the committee which contained the said project.”

The senator added that the minister had noted during the defence of the budget that the amount needed for the counterpart funding for both the Lagos to Kano and Lagos to Calabar rail modernisation projects was in the sum of N120 billion, being N60 billion per project.

Senator Ashafa said while the committee did not completely agree with all the changes made in the subsequent document, being fully aware of the critical importance of the rail sector to the development of the country, members of the Senate Committee on Land Transport keyed into the laudable (Lagos-Calabar rail modernisation) project and found ways of appropriating funds for the project without exceeding the envelope provided for the ministry.

“In so doing, the committee observed that the Lagos-Kano rail rehabilitation project had been allocated the sum of N52 billion as against the sum of N60 billion, which the minister requested as counterpart funding while no allocation whatsoever was made for the Lagos-Calabar rail line,” the Senator further stated.

“Hence, the sum of N54 billion that was discovered by the Senate Committee on Land Transport to be floating in the budget of the Ministry of Transportation as presented by the executive was injected into augmenting the funds needed for counterpart funding of both projects (Lagos-Kano and Lagos-Calabar Rail modernisation), as at the time the committee defended its report before the Senate Committee on Appropriation,” he said.

He stated that the Lagos-Calabar rail modernisation project was therefore included in the Senate Committee on Land Transport’s recommendation to the Senate Committee on Appropriation.

On the Idu-Kaduna rail completion project, Senator Ashafa said his committee did not alter what was provided in the budget as sent by the executive, being approximately N18 billion, adding that he was equally surprised to read in newspapers that the amount allocated to the said project was reduced by N8 billion.

He said while he would have preferred to wait till next Tuesday, when the National Assembly reconvenes in order to have the benefit of viewing the details of the budget that was conveyed to the executive as passed, he was compelled to place the facts in a proper perspective as it relates to the activities of his committee.

“Without prejudice to the considerations and powers of the Senate Committee on Appropriation with regard to the appropriation process, the foregoing is the true reflection of what transpired at the committee level with respect to the Land Transport sector with the Ministry of Transport,” he further stated..........................


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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Histrings08(m): 6:19am On Apr 12, 2016
Haaaaa!!! Kikikikiki.... FTC outta over 2 million subscribers!!!! I thot tz a myth, no wonder people like introvert nd ladyF celebrates it like something else...this is a sign dat dis week is gonna be fruitful... About the topic, I'm as confused as u... #Wink

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Pennsylvania: 6:21am On Apr 12, 2016
You see how incompetent this Government is, there's nothing it can't do without generating controversy. some claim the omission was from the budget office, others say it was removed by the House of Reps.......so which are we to believe now?
And why were you pointing out Amaechi this Amaechi that? Doesn't he have the portfolio of 'Minister of Transportation', isn't it his job to make sure it is there? We should stop celebrating mediocrity.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by agabaI23(m): 6:26am On Apr 12, 2016
I dey laugh

I invited you somewhere but I did not see you... wink

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by seunmsg(m): 6:27am On Apr 12, 2016
Senator Ashafa has already clarified all that needs to be clarified on this controversy. The senate calling for Amaechi's resignation is a reckless attempt at face saving. They should simply return the N60 billion Lagos-Calabar coastal railway project to the budget as originally proposed by the transport ministry. That is the only thing Nigerians want to hear.

This is not about Amaechi, party or tribal politics. It's about opening up southern Nigeria for easy movement of people and goods. It's about opening up Calabar's tourist potentials to all parts of the South. This project must not be killed just to satisfy silly political interest.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by dechriscool(m): 6:28am On Apr 12, 2016
The current national assembly is dominated by Apc and the government at the centre is an Apc government.Starting from the submittion of the budget down to the consent of the president,the whole thing has being filled with confusion.This budget has gone down in history has the most talked and controversial budget with incompetence,cluelessness and ineptitude displayed.
This same budget got missing for God knows why and all the abnormalities were not still corrected.When it was facing defence by various ministries,it was grossly padded.Now some portion of the budget was deleted and someone when defending the budget before the General house did not discovered the problem but subsequently submitted the discovered problem to the transport committee for approval.God how did we find ourselves in this mess?
The controversy is on going,no body wants to take responsibility for their short comings.The gullibles are buying in to the calculated confusion created by the budget.Forgetting the legislature is supposed to serve as a check to the executives not a rubber stamp assembly.The national assembly members are being targeted to pitch themselves against each other.Some citizens are perceiving the assembly members as the true enemies of the state.The executives are being absolved of their incompentence in preparing and defending a simple budget.The ripples effect of all this saga is hunger in the land,hardship,inflaction,no light,no fuel and the General sufferings of the populace.The insensitivity of the president to the plea of the people is more annoying
Apc was a bad choice and their Incompetence,directionless,confusion Laden executives stings.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Aufbauh(m): 6:29am On Apr 12, 2016
I have followed up political developments from the twilight of this administration and find it hard to understand the grouse of the senators most especially those from the SE/SS with Rt Hon Rotimi Chubuike Ameachi.
At every turn of time and event they tried fruitlessly to paint this man as the enemy of his people meanwhile they are truly the wolf in sheep clothing. Most times they try to co-opt the Northern senators to buy their sentiment.

With the press statement released by Senator Gbenga Ashafa, Senate Committee chairman on road transport, those pathetic souls should hide their heads between their legs in shame.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by funlord(m): 6:30am On Apr 12, 2016





So what next?



These bastards ruling naija are never on point sha! See confusion?

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by modath(f): 6:34am On Apr 12, 2016
Two things I'd love someone to shine light on are;

1. Why did the constitution give budget presentation rights to the executive & still reposed the powers to re-assign, cut, add, remove in short rewrite to suit the NASS whims & caprices at the same time.?

2. Whose function is more germane i.e who has more authority over a particular budget item defense/inclusion/exclusion (not on funding grounds, just on viability or priority grounds), Is it the Oversight committee of that particular MDA or the appropriation committee of the whole house...

Matured & rancour free engagement would be very nice. Thank you.

Mynd44, Lasticlala ... Good morning...

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Pennsylvania: 6:34am On Apr 12, 2016
Aufbauh:
I don't really understand the grouse of the senators most especially those from the SE/SS with Rt Hon Rotimi Chubuike Ameachi. At every turn of time and event they tried fruitlessly to paint this man as the enemy of his people meanwhile they are truly the wolf in sheep clothing.

Did you even read the article? What has SS/SE senators got to do with this? Isn't the supposed project suppose to go through 3 SWstern states? Why aren't you pointing out your own Senators incompetence?
Rubbish!

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Remii(m): 6:36am On Apr 12, 2016
Aufbauh:
I have followed up political developments from the twilight of this administration and find it hard to understand the grouse of the senators most especially those from the SE/SS with Rt Hon Rotimi Chubuike Ameachi.
At every turn of time and event they tried fruitlessly to paint this man as the enemy of his people meanwhile they are truly the wolf in sheep clothing.
sadly those SS/SE appear like someone that can cut his nose to spite his face

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by modath(f): 6:37am On Apr 12, 2016
agabaI23:
I dey laugh

I invited you somewhere but I did not see you... wink


I didn't see it, your input here is necessary...

I'm so tired of petty party politics & tribal disunity, why can't we just fight on cultural grounds ONLY, (if we must disagree at all) & we allow unfettered access to development? cry

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by VivianUdeogu(f): 6:39am On Apr 12, 2016
Remii:
sadly those SS/SE appear like someone that can cut his nose to spite his face
That is what they are actually doing

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Sibrah: 6:43am On Apr 12, 2016
PDP is still holding us back with what's left of its influence. 2019 will be PDP cleansing.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by BeardedMeat(m): 6:44am On Apr 12, 2016
Aufbauh:
I have followed up political developments from the twilight of this administration and find it hard to understand the grouse of the senators most especially those from the SE/SS with Rt Hon Rotimi Chubuike Ameachi.
At every turn of time and event they tried fruitlessly to paint this man as the enemy of his people meanwhile they are truly the wolf in sheep clothing.
The cheap blackmail against SE/SS senators who have nothing to do with the incompetence of this administration has been defeated already so look for someone else to blame. Why not blame Jonathan as usual? Mtcheeew.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by sCun: 6:44am On Apr 12, 2016
Remii:
sadly those SS/SE appear like someone that can cut his nose to spite his face
What about South West? Why leave them out ?

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by PassingShot(m): 6:46am On Apr 12, 2016
It's very clear that the NASS is a common enemy.
Pennsylvania:
You see how incompetent this Government is, there's nothing it can't do without generating controversy. some claim the omission was from the budget office, others say it was removed by the House of Reps.......so which are we to believe now?
And why were you pointing out Amaechi this Amaechi that? Doesn't he have the portfolio of 'Minister of Transportation', isn't it his job to make sure it is there? We should stop celebrating mediocrity.
So,it's a crime if an element was left out in error?
And it's not acceptable that when such error was discovered it was later included through a supplementary budget proposal?

Na wa for how some of una dey reason.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by DIKEnaWAR: 6:46am On Apr 12, 2016
Lies going and coming..flying left and right.
These people are not serious and ready for the task of governing this country.

So after the President had presented the budget, Amechi went and presented his version to Sen. Gbenga Ashafa and it was smuggled in? Or please what are they telling us?

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by seunmsg(m): 6:47am On Apr 12, 2016
Remii:
sadly those SS/SE appear like someone that can cut his nose to spite his face

SS, SE and SW law makers should be blamed collectively.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Aufbauh(m): 6:48am On Apr 12, 2016
Pennsylvania:


Did you even read the article? What has SS/SE senators got to do with this? Isn't the supposed project suppose to go through 3 SWstern states? Why aren't you pointing out your own Senators incompetence?
Rubbish!

Is like you're new to the subject of the topic in question, even though i speak from the point of general observations on political developments.
Mind you am not from SW as you presume.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Pennsylvania: 6:49am On Apr 12, 2016
BeardedMeat:
The cheap blackmail against SE/SS senators who have nothing to do with the incompetence of this administration has been defeated already so look for someone else to blame. Why not blame Jonathan as usual? Mtcheeew.

My brother, if you don't know this set of people that's when you'll think they are fighting for the good of everybody, but their tribalism/propaganda stinks, watch how they've refused to hold their own to ransom, yet one of them went to twitter to shamelessly accuse another senator of another region. Talking about double standard.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by francizy(m): 6:49am On Apr 12, 2016
I blame all parties involved! Amaechi was too busy planning on how to rig Rivers state election and causing chaos for him to omit such important project from the main budget. On the other hand, those useless NASS, both north and the dumb south are fools to have not ensured the one from the sup was included in the main budget!

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by modath(f): 6:50am On Apr 12, 2016
PassingShot:
It's very clear that the NASS is a common enemy.

NASS SW/SS/SE... I'm not absolving anyone of them, they are selfish & have no sense responsibility....

Can you even imagine that they were so fixated on fighting the executive & watched like first grade mumus while the NORTH got both Upper & Lower chambers Appropriation committee HEADS!

I'm not trying to stoke tribal ish, but that is straight messed up crap!!!!!

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Pennsylvania: 6:52am On Apr 12, 2016
New? So I must be an active poster before you'll know I'm not new to the happenings going on in Nigeria? You're a comedian seriously.

Aufbauh:

Is like you're new to the subject of the topic in question, even though i speak from the point of general observations on political developments.
Mind you am not from SW as you presume.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by sleazy5(m): 6:52am On Apr 12, 2016
seunmsg:
Senator Ashafa has already clarified all that needs to be clarified on this controversy. The senate calling for Amaechi's resignation is a reckless attempt at face saving. They should simply return the N60 billion Lagos-Calabar coastal railway project to the budget as originally proposed by the transport ministry. That is the only thing Nigerians want to hear.

This is not about Amaechi, party or tribal politics. It's about opening up southern Nigeria for easy movement of people and goods. It's about opening up Calabar's tourist potentials to all parts of the South. This project must not be killed just to satisfy silly political interest.

In as much ad I commend the Lagos -Calabar coastal rail, I agree with the senators that the project was not contained in the two budget proposals sent to it. Senator Ashafa's statement is just a confirmation of the obvious fact. How do you submit a supplementary budget when the original budget has not been passed In as much as the national assembly has its share if the blame the executive should man up to theirs.... This whole mess was orchestrated by them.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by VivianUdeogu(f): 6:57am On Apr 12, 2016
Pennsylvania:


My brother, if you don't know this set of people that's when you'll think they are fighting for the good of everybody, but their tribalism/propaganda stinks, watch how they've refused to hold their own to ransom, yet one of them went to twitter to shamelessly accuse another senator of another region. Talking about double standard.
Nwannem, mention one Igbo senator that have spoken in defence of the Lagos-Calabar rail? Dont forget that the rail route would also pass accross states in the SE. Our senators have decided to politicise the whole issue to the detriment of the development the propesed project would have in the SE. Some are even calling for the resignation of Amaechi.

If its the Lagos-Calabar rail or the Lagos-Kano rail, the SW would still benefit from any of the project. They have nothing to lose if one is substituted for another. But our own senators in the SE have chosen to remain complacent over a project that would also benefit our region

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by opalu: 6:58am On Apr 12, 2016
In this dispensation our youths have opened wide their eyes to the things that concerns them. Good improvement

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Nobody: 7:07am On Apr 12, 2016
N54 billion that was discovered by the Senate Committee on Land Transport to be floating in the budget of the Ministry of Transportation as presented by the executive was injected into augmenting the funds needed for counterpart funding of both projects (Lagos-Kano and Lagos-Calabar Rail modernisation


While not approve the 54billion for lagos- calabar rail? While leave the fund floating?

The senate and it's committee are just sick

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by seunmsg(m): 7:08am On Apr 12, 2016
sleazy5:


In as much ad I commend the Lagos -Calabar coastal rail, I agree with the senators that the project was not contained in the two budget proposals sent to it. Senator Ashafa's statement is just a confirmation of the obvious fact. How do you submit a supplementary budget when the original budget has not been passed In as much as the national assembly has its share if the blame the executive should man up to theirs.... This whole mess was orchestrated by them.

The truth is out there if we are all interested in the truth. The project was erroneously omitted by the Budget office in the initial compilation that was submitted. The executive realised this mistake, approached the relevant committee and presented and defended the corrected version.

The chairman of the transport committee has even told us that the corrected version that includes the Lagos-Calabar rail was approved and submitted to the appropriation committee. So, why is the National Assembly trying to justify the removal of the project from the budget with the initial error that was made? It is just like hiding behind one finger. There's no justification for what they have done and that project must be returned to the budget.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by Caseless: 7:12am On Apr 12, 2016
Amaechi is a good 'record-keeper' , the Senate can't beat him in his own game.


They( the thieves) even have the guts to ask him to resign. Saraki should resign first.

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by LadyExcellency: 7:22am On Apr 12, 2016
modath:
Two things I'd love someone to shine light on are;

1. Why did the constitution give budget presentation rights to the executive & still reposed the powers to re-assign, cut, add, remove in short rewrite to suit the NASS whims & caprices at the same time.?

2. Whose function is more germane i.e who has more authority over a particular budget item defense/inclusion/exclusion (not on funding grounds, just on viability or priority grounds), Is it the Oversight committee of that particular MDA or the appropriation committee of the whole house...

Matured & rancour free engagement would be very nice. Thank you.

Obiagelli, Tuale4u,e passingshot, 989900, Tonyebarcanista, omenka, kyase, dearpreye SOL, kingwaxxy, ladyexcellency, francizy, blueto.... & everyone!

Permit me to quote some excerpts from the publication, the legislature and the budget by the World bank

The evolution of legislative power of the purse dates back medieval times, when knights and burgesses in England were summoned to confirm the assent of local communities to the raising of additional taxes

Legislative oversight is nowhere more important than over the budget. The role of the legislature in most countries is to scrutinize and authorize revenues and expenditures, and to ensure that the national budget is properly implemented. How governance affects the wellbeing of the populace depends on tax levels, spending patterns, the impact of policies on investment and on interest rates, as well as on the ways that domestic priorities and choices interact with international economic and financial trends.

There is a general convention that has been adopted by all democracies, that the legislature is the constitutionally mandated as the institution through which governments are held to account to the electorate and Nigeria is not an exception.

The power of the purse bestowed on the Legislators provides accountability mechanisms to checkmate the recklessness and excesses of the Executive arm of the government

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Re: Still On The Lagos-Calabar Rail Line Controversy - Excerpt From Thisdaylive by TonyeBarcanista(m): 7:25am On Apr 12, 2016
modath:
Two things I'd love someone to shine light on are;

1. Why did the constitution give budget presentation rights to the executive & still reposed the powers to re-assign, cut, add, remove in short rewrite to suit the NASS whims & caprices at the same time.?

2. Whose function is more germane i.e who has more authority over a particular budget item defense/inclusion/exclusion (not on funding grounds, just on viability or priority grounds), Is it the Oversight committee of that particular MDA or the appropriation committee of the whole house...

Matured & rancour free engagement would be very nice. Thank you.
1. For checks and balance the law permits the the legislators to consider appropriation bill of the executive just like any other executive bill. Amendment to a bill is normal in any democracy because the executive is not absolute. However, to check the legislative arm from manipulating the process, the law permits the executive to be the final decision maker in any bill still remains the president.

2. The oversight committee recommends projects to the Appropriation committee, the Appropriation Committee cost the project and propose them to the House, the house makes the final decision.

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