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Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Kwanza: 1:12pm On Jul 07
The Senate has approved the sum of N983 billion as supplementary budget for the 2021 fiscal year.

President Muhammadu Buhari had asked the National Assembly to approve the sum of N895.842 billion supplementary budget, to enable the Federal Government procure more military equipment to combat insurgency as well as vaccines to fight COVID-19 pandemic.

However, in considering President Buhari’s request, the Senate increased the figure by N87 billion.

The reason for the increment was not given as at the time of filing this report.
https://www.newtelegraphng.com/just-in-senate-approves-n983bn-supplementary-budget-for-2021/

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by money121(m): 1:17pm On Jul 07

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Johnson225(m): 1:17pm On Jul 07
Cash-out as usual.
Nonsense and PMB
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by flemsy15(m): 1:18pm On Jul 07
The way these people call Billions in this country and people are suffering like Nigeria is a poor country

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by bayelsaowei(m): 1:18pm On Jul 07
Approve galore..they even added some jara of circa 87 billion naira and gave no reason for it...

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Seniorwriter(m): 1:18pm On Jul 07
SMH
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by YorubaKinging: 1:18pm On Jul 07
The end is near

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Nuelito: 1:18pm On Jul 07
Money wey dem borrow...they just dey share am amongst themselves

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by SchoolGate: 1:18pm On Jul 07
My oil money wink

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Ayo2004: 1:19pm On Jul 07
465.32billion has already been looted,156.7 billion will still be looted grin

Na to pack go Sierra Leone remain..

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by PrimeWatermark: 1:19pm On Jul 07
Nigeria, My Beloved Country.
grin grin
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by milastranda: 1:19pm On Jul 07
grin
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by cybertuns(m): 1:20pm On Jul 07
President Muhammadu Buhari had asked the National Assembly to approve the sum of N895.842 billion supplementary budget, to enable the Federal Government procure more military equipment to combat insurgency as well as vaccines to fight COVID-19 pandemic.

Another fresh cashout for bloody looters. Animals in human skin sad
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by kingsjeroneyah: 1:20pm On Jul 07
Nigeria will be great again.....

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by jejeloye12323: 1:20pm On Jul 07
Jejeloye For rep
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by 042icloud(m): 1:21pm On Jul 07
Ndi ori!(thieves)
this is the type you guys will rush and approve!
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by DoctorDree(m): 1:21pm On Jul 07
More money to share
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Sunnybay7: 1:21pm On Jul 07
Money money, they are gathering money for elections. Beans, rice and other food stuff are shooting up daily only God go save common man for this country.
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Lanre4uonly(m): 1:23pm On Jul 07
Ok. It is noted.
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by CEOKmotors: 1:23pm On Jul 07
kingsjeroneyah:
Nigeria will be great again.....
undecided
Nigeria was never great at a time since it existence.
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by iceberylin(m): 1:28pm On Jul 07
Pure wickedness
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by seunny4lif(m): 1:29pm On Jul 07
See money and then boom to Swiss account cheesy cheesy
I have been hearing billions since I was a little and up to know, I have seen anything to enjoy in this country
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by ymdo(m): 1:30pm On Jul 07
18 billion will be used to feed children in Kano

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Dozie32(m): 1:30pm On Jul 07
See money, God have absolute mercy on us..
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by gurunlocker: 1:31pm On Jul 07
Just bring it, we will rubber stamp it grin grin grin
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by WowSweetGuy(m): 1:34pm On Jul 07
Everything buhari bring dem go approve

Economy killers
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by yemmight(m): 1:36pm On Jul 07
Rubber stamp Senate.

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Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by MITCHELL96: 1:37pm On Jul 07
Not even a dime will go to the Less privileged person, undecidedthey're all looting the money, Nonsense people.
Re: Senate Approves N983bn Supplementary Budget For 2021 by Bola146(f): 1:38pm On Jul 07
Dear Lord, have mercy on Nigeria now please!!!!

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