The Ogun State House of Assembly on Thursday passed the 2019 appropriation bill of N400 billion, cutting off N2.632 billion from the initial N402.63 billion proposed by Governor Ibikunle Amosun.
Ogun State House of Assembly
Amosun, who spoke on Saturday in a statement by the Ogun State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Adedayo Adeneye, however, said the plot will fail
Amosun’s pronouncement on the House of Representatives seat was one of the many he made last week, including his own to head to the Senate after his tenure as governor next year
Suraj Adekunbi (APC-Yewa North1), the Speaker, said this while reacting to the submission of Yinka Mafe (APC-Sagamu1), Majority Leader, who spoke after the Speaker had read the defection letters of the lawmakers during plenary in Abeokuta
Oduntan made this known on Wednesday in Abeokuta at a stakeholders forum organised by the Ogun House of Assembly.
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The Speaker of the House, Suraj Adekunbi, made the plea at plenary while responding to submissions made by members of the house under personal explanations on the activities of herdsmen in the state.
Adekunbi made the disclosure when he met with members of All Progressives Congress in Yewa North Local Government at Ayetoro.
The assembly members gave the directive on Tuesday in Abeokuta while questioning the commissioner over the financial status of the state
The lawmaker said specific amounts earmarked for the local governments from Federal Allocation should be allowed to get to the councils without any hindrance
The members of the House, who spoke under matters of public national interest, submitted that it was necessary to summon the state Controller General of Customs, Hameed Ali, over the activities of NCS officials in the state
Adeyinka Mafe, the Majority Leader, moved the motion for the third reading of the bill during plenary in Abeokuta and was seconded by the Minority Leader, Olawale Alausa
This followed a motion for approval of the request moved by the Majority Leader, Hon. Adeyinka Mafe, seconded by Hon. Rasaq Oduntan and supported by the whole House, through a voice vote, shortly after members had debated on the…
The bill is titled: “A bill for a law to provide for the establishment of Moshood Abiola University of Technology and for matters of administration and discipline of students connected therewith.”
The legislature however cut N38.5 million from the initial N221.12 billion presented to the House by Governor Ibikunle Amosun