Ortom Signs Appropriation Bill into Law

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Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom has signed N179.7 billion 2023 appropriation bill into law.

While signing the law, Ortom revealed that the 2023 appropriation bill earmarked 106.1 billion for recurrent expenditure and N73.5 billion for capital expenditure.

He, however, thanked the Assembly members for their support and speedy work done on the budget and for approving and presenting it to the executive.

The Deputy Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Chris Adaji, assured of the commitment of the assembly to make laws for the good governance of the state and the betterment of its people.

Written by: Helen Obih

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