Ekiti State Governor Biodun Oyebanji has signed a supplementary appropriation bill of N122.6 billion for 2022.
The governor signed this in Ado-Ekiti on Friday, claiming the bill put the interest of the state above the internal crisis. He also noted that before the end of the year the 2023 state budget would be signed.
He ordered state legislators to have the capacity to resolve their internal crisis, urging that democracy allows the crisis but the interest of the State must be put above all interests.
- He said, “We must put the interest of the State first and overcome the internal crisis for the progress and development of our State.”
He also urged lawmakers to deliberate on the appropriate budget for 2023.
Internal political crisis: On the internal political crisis in the state, Biodun Oyebanji urged non-APC members in the state to leave the party alone, said the crisis has been resolved, and vowed to do everything possible to facilitate a harmonious relationship for the progress of the state. .
- The speaker, Ms. Olubunmi Adelugba, noted: “This supplemental budget demonstrates the Governor’s determination to place great importance on accountability, probity, and transparency in government spending.”
- “It is our collective resolve at home to join you in preserving values through responsible and impactful legislation,” she said.
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