This was revealed in a statement by the Office of Accountant General of the Federation on Friday.
They made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Osogbo.
The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that the organised labour had issued notice of five days warning strike beginning from Sunday.
This was part of the resolutions of a meeting of JUSUN National Working Committee (NWC) held in Abuja after the conciliation meeting with the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, and other stakeholders.
This may not be unconnected with dwindling revenue accruing from the underpriced sale of petroleum products.
Laolu Akande, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Office of the Vice President, briefed State House correspondents after virtual NEC meeting presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday at the Presidential Villa.
Olaniyan told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Tuesday that it was part of the apex bank’s responsibility to print money whenever the need arose.
Obaseki spoke on Thursday against the backdrop of the denial by the Federal Government that the Federation Account Allocation Committee did not have enough to share for March, hence the resort to currency printing.
Describing the governor’s claim as very sad, the minister explained that the money being shared monthly at FAAC is revenue generated.
He said Obaseki, in making the unsubstantiated claim, did not exhibit decorum or restraint as expected of a leader in his position, nor was he circumspect enough to consider the implications and possible effects of such assertions.
The panel, relying on a 2016 report by the Auditor-General for the Federation, said the subsidy amount reflected in the Federation Account Allocation Committee was N443 billion, while the record presented by the PPPRA showed N563 billion.
The committee relied on the query of the Auditor General of the Federation of 2016 which is being considered by Senate Committee on Public Account chaired by Senator Mathew Urhogvide.
Hassan Dodo, Director of Information, Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning, announced this on Wednesday in Abuja.
Presenting a breakdown of the figures for the three months in Yenagoa, the Commissioner for Finance, Maxwell Ebibai, disclosed that the state received a gross inflow of N12.8 billion for August.
Ahmed said this in a statement by Hassan Dodo, Director for Information of the Ministry, at the end of the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee meeting in Abuja.
This was contained in the latest edition of the quarterly report on the review of the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative released in Abuja on Tuesday.
The index, carefully and painstakingly computed, proved that without the monthly disbursement from the Federation Account Allocation Committee, many states remain unviable and cannot survive without the federally collected revenue, mostly from the oil sector.
Henshaw Ogubike, Director Information, Press and Public Relations of FAAC, announced the figures in a statement on Sunday in Abuja.
While the Federal Government and its agencies received a total sum of N3.3 trillion, other tiers of government shared N4.4 trillion.
The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee met virtually earlier in the week to distribute the revenues that accused to the central purse.