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Nigeria: N4.749 Trillion Budget Allocations For 2012

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Dec 15, 2011 – Nigeria: N4.749 Trillion Budget Allocation Plan For 2012

The president of Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday 13th of December 2011 presented a N4.749 trillion budget plan for 2012 to the National Assembly.  Look below for the detail budget allocation.

Nigeria’s 2012 Budget Allocations to critical sectors are as follows:

Security –                                      N921.91 billion
Power –                                         N161.42 billion
Works –                                         N180.8 billion
Education –                                    N400.15 billion.
Health –                                          N282.77 billion
Agriculture & Rural Dev –                N78.98 billion
Niger Delta –                                   N59.72 billion
Water Resources –                           N39 billion;
Petroleum Resources –                     N59.66 billion
FCDA –                                           N45.57 billion

What do you guys think on this ?



  1. Sirheed

    December 15, 2011 at 5:35 PM

    mmmmmh…..dat’s on paper,d q is will it be executed efficiently n effectively?dis Jonathan is no messr

  2. daniel

    December 18, 2011 at 6:50 AM

    Well, mr president has done what is expected of him but does he hace grip on his cabinets and how free is he to follow through d budget without external influences. I want to know why he refused to take his stand on fuel subsidy? Our President needs courage. He has left us to do d thinking and find our compass(direction in 2012).

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