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JUST IN: Buhari Signs N982.7bn Supplementary Budget Into Law by Kwanza: 4:59pm On Jul 26
https://www.nairaland.com/6638992/senate-approves-n983bn-supplementary-budget#103460010

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the 2021 Supplementary Appropriation Bill of N982,729,695,343 into an Act.

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matter (House of Representatives), Umar Ibrahim el-Yakub, disclosed this to State House correspondent in Abuja.

According to Mr el-Yakub, the newly signed Act will largely focus on funding security and health concerns.

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Re: JUST IN: Buhari Signs N982.7bn Supplementary Budget Into Law by angelEmade: 5:00pm On Jul 26
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Re: JUST IN: Buhari Signs N982.7bn Supplementary Budget Into Law by FreeStuffsNG: 5:03pm On Jul 26
Good stuff. Hopefully, crude oil price will remain profitable long enough for us to cover most of these infrastructural gaps and till Dangote Refinery come on stream to end the oil subsidy regime. God bless Nigeria.
Re: JUST IN: Buhari Signs N982.7bn Supplementary Budget Into Law by Hangmnk: 5:06pm On Jul 26
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Re: JUST IN: Buhari Signs N982.7bn Supplementary Budget Into Law by illicit(m): 5:47pm On Jul 26
It won't make any effect

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