Reps begin work on implementation of 2020 Budget January 16

The House of Representatives Committee on Finance is to begin work on implementation of the 2020 Appropriation Act from  16th January, 2020.

Chairman of the House Committee on Finance, Hon. James Faleke, who disclosed this in a press release yesterday said the Committee would be receiving weekly /monthly reports on revenue generation and remittances to monitor the revenue projections in the 2020 Budget

Faleke urged all MDAs, Collecting Banks, Corporate bodies of Government to cooperate fully with the Committee in carrying out these functions.

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Faleke said: “With the passage and signing of the 2020 Appropriation Act, the House Commit Finance wishes to commend all members of the House for the time spent to work on all source documents towards the passage of the Appropriation Act.

“The Appropriation Act remains a plan on paper and can only become reality if funds are available for the execution of the projects as contained in the Act.

“The plan will not come to fruition if the appropriated revenue are not generate and remitted to the appropriate Government Accounts.

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“The Committee on Finance whose key area of oversight is revenue generation and remittances has the job of ensuring these revenues are achieved and remitted accordingly.

“The Committee on Finance will also use the new Federal Government transparency initiative on expenditure disclosure by MDAs to ensure extra budgetary expenditures are curtailed to enhance revenue remittances to the treasury.”

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