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Tinubu Approves N2.17 Trillion Boost for Security, Economy

by Oluwatosin Racheal Alabi

President Bola Tinubu signed the N2.17 trillion 2023 supplementary budget today, marking a historic boost to the nation’s security and economy.

The signing event took place at the State House, with key figures like George Akume, Godswill Akpabio, and others in attendance, signaling a collective push toward national development.

President Tinubu unveiled the budget to the National Assembly on October 31. The budget outlines additional support for public servants and vulnerable populations, reflecting the government’s commitment to its citizens.

Defense and infrastructure developments are central to the budget, with the aim to ensure peace and kick-start critical road projects during the optimal dry season.

A controversial N5 billion allocation for a presidential yacht was reallocated to the Student Loans Fund following public discourse, showcasing the government’s adaptability to public sentiment.

The budget also includes funds for renovating presidential living quarters and updating the vehicle fleet, ensuring the executive branch maintains essential operational standards.

The government encourages active citizen participation and oversight as it rolls out the substantial fiscal plan.

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