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It has been reported that Senator Bukola Saraki, Senate President of the 8th Assembly has ordered Clerk to the National Assembly (CNA), Mohammed Sani-Omolori, to make details of the National Assembly 2019 budget available for passage into law.

A letter sent to the CNA on the 26th of March 2919, contained Saraki’s request.

Saraki said that full details of the National Assembly budget with necessary ine items should be made ready for passage as part of the National budget.

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The letter signed by the Chief of Staff to the Senate President, Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, is entitled, “Subject: NASS budget details.”

It reads in part, “The President of the Senate has asked me to request you to please ensure that the NASS Budget Details with all the line items are ready for passage along with the National Budget when Senate resumes next week. Thank you.”

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