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BITS & PIECES OF
NIGERIA BUDGET
It is getting to that time of the year when States and
the Federal Government of Nigeria prepare and
present their budgets...
The Nigeria budget is made up of four
components:
 Part A – Statutory Transfers
 Part B – Debts Service
 Part C – Recur...
100%
DEFINITION OF EACH COMPONENT
Statutory
Transfer
Debt Service
Recurrent
Expenditure
Capital
Expenditure
The FG is
requ...
COMPONENTS OF MDA BUDGETS
The budget of each FG Ministries, Departments, and Agencies
(MDA) is in the following format:
Na...
COMPONENTS OF MDA BUDGETS
There are 4 sections of every MDAs that should be of interest to
everyone interested in analyzin...
FEDERAL MINISTRIES, DEPARTMENTS & AGENCIES
FEDERAL MINISTRIES
Agriculture
Aviation
Defence
Education
Environment
Finance
F...
MDA AND THEIR RESPECTIVE CODES
According to the Consolidated Summary list of Nigeria budget, below
are each MDA and their ...
DETAILS OF EVERY MDA BUDGET
Allocation to every Ministries, Departments and Agencies are
structured according to “Slide 6”...
COMPONENTS OF ‘PERSONNEL COST’
21 PERSONNEL COST
2101 Salary 210101
Salaries
and
Wages
21010101 Salary
21010102 Overtime P...
COMPONENTS OF ‘OTHER RECURRENT COST’
22 OTHER RECURRENT COSTS
2201 Social Benefits 220101 Social Benefits
2202 Overhead Co...
OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd.
2202 OVERHEAD COST
220101 Social Benefits
22010101 Gratuity
22010102 Pension
22010103 Death ...
OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd.
2202 OVERHEAD COST
220203
Materials & Supplies
- General
22020301 Office Stationeries / Comp...
OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd.
2202 OVERHEAD COST
220205 Training - General
22020501 Local Training
22020502 International ...
OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd.
2202 OVERHEAD COST
220209 Training - General
22020901 Bank Charges (Other Than Interest)
220...
OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd.
2203 LOANS AND ADVANCES
220301
Staff Loans &
Advances
22030101 Motor Vehicle Advances
220301...
OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd.
2205 SUBSIDIES
220501
Subsidy To
Government Owned
Companies &
Parastatals
22050101 Subsidy T...
COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’
23 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
2301 Fixed Assets Purchased 230101 Purchase Of Fixed Assets - G...
COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’
2302 CONSTRUCTION/ PROVISION
230201
Construction/
Provision Of Fixed
Assets - General
...
COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’
2303 REHABILITATION / REPAIRS
230301
Rehabilitation /
Repairs Of Fixed
Assets - Genera...
COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’
2305 OTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS
230501
Acquisition Of Non
Tangible Assets
23050101 Researc...
COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’
2305 OTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS
230501
Acquisition Of Non
Tangible Assets
23050144 Nationa...
What can you do
with bits and pieces?
If our Budget is searchable, individuals –
Professional Analysts or Ordinary Citizens – can
focus on how much the Governme...
In 2015, it is expected that we would have
amongst many:
 Budget Analysts – TELEPHONE CHARGES
 Budget Analysts – SEWERAG...
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Data Source:
- Nigeria Budget – 2014
Freely share, freely use and freely acknowledge the source – © Wale Micaiah
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  1. 1. BITS & PIECES OF NIGERIA BUDGET
  2. 2. It is getting to that time of the year when States and the Federal Government of Nigeria prepare and present their budgets before the State and National Assemblies for approval. “EVERYONE IS INVOLVED IN THE BUDGET- MAKING PROCESS. BOTH THE INTELLIGENT AND THE UNINTELLIGENT. EVEN OKADA DRIVERS HAVE BECOME BUDGET ANALYST.” Dr. Reuben Abati (Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity) This presentation aims to break down the Nigeria Budget as presented by the President into bits & pieces in order to foster deeper analysis and monitoring, and hopefully to help recruit more budget analysts.
  3. 3. The Nigeria budget is made up of four components:  Part A – Statutory Transfers  Part B – Debts Service  Part C – Recurrent Expenditure (non-debt)  Part D – Capital Expenditure Statutory Transfer Debt Service Recurrent Expenditure Capital Expenditure Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation MDA Expenditure COMPONENTS OF THE NIGERIA BUDGET
  4. 4. 100% DEFINITION OF EACH COMPONENT Statutory Transfer Debt Service Recurrent Expenditure Capital Expenditure The FG is required by law to make certain mandatory expenditures annually in respect of NJC NDDC UBEC INEC NASS NHRC Domestic Debts Foreign Debts Salaries Pensions Overheads Infrastructure Educational Services Healthcare Money in terms of interest and principal that the FG pays on its debts. ≈ 19% Spending by the Ministries, Dept. & Agencies (MDA) of Govt. on Salaries, Pensions & Overheads. Spending to provide infrastructure; fund educational services; & provide healthcare facilities ≈ 81%
  5. 5. COMPONENTS OF MDA BUDGETS The budget of each FG Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDA) is in the following format: Name of the MDA, e.g. Federal Ministry of Health Total allocation for each of Personnel, Overhead, which make up Recurrent Expenditure, and Capital Expenditure Total allocation of funds by Recurrent & Capital Expenditures MDA code Funds code List of Agencies under each Ministries and their Allocations – Recurrent & Capital ExpendituresCode of each Agency XYZ A B C
  6. 6. COMPONENTS OF MDA BUDGETS There are 4 sections of every MDAs that should be of interest to everyone interested in analyzing budget; A B C D Summary budget allocation to the MDA showing Recurrent & Capital Expenditures. This shows the summary of the allocated Funds three codes of ‘021 – Personnel’, ‘022 – Overhead’, ‘026 – Statutory Transfers’, and ‘031 – Capital Development Funds’. Shows allocations to the Ministry (usually as HQTRS), and Agencies/Departments that make up the MDA. This section – even though embedded under each Agencies & Departments – identifies all the Projects that has been budgeted for with their allocations. These Projects could be tagged ‘ONGOING’, or ‘NEW’. Each Agency & Department has a code by which each Project are identified. For instance, FMINF01001804 is a Project under the Federal Ministry of Information. UBEC 01007225 – Universal Basic Education Commission. JAMB 01006938 – JAMB.
  7. 7. FEDERAL MINISTRIES, DEPARTMENTS & AGENCIES FEDERAL MINISTRIES Agriculture Aviation Defence Education Environment Finance Foreign & Intergovernmental Affairs Health Information Interior Justice Labour And Productivity Lands, Housing & Urban Development Mines And Steel Development Presidency Office Of The Head Of The Civil Service Of The Federation (HOS) Auditor General For The Federation (AGF) Federal Character Commission (FCC) National Security Adviser (ONSA) Code Of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) Infrastructure Concession Reg. Commission (ICRC) Police Service Commission (PSC) Secretary To The Govt. Of The Federation (SGF) Ministry Of Communication Technology Niger Delta Petroleum Resources Police Affairs Power Science And Technology Special Duties & Inter - Governmental Affairs Special Duties SGF Tourism, Culture & National Orientation Trade And Investment Transport Water Resources Women Affairs Works Youth Development PRES. DEPT. /AGENCIES National Planning Commission National Salaries, Incomes & Wages Commission (NSIWC) Revenue Mobilization, Allocation, & Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC) Independent Corrupt Practices & Related Offences Commission (ICPC) Code Of Conduct Bureau (CCB) Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) Presidency - National Sports Commission (NSC) National Population Commission (NPC)
  8. 8. MDA AND THEIR RESPECTIVE CODES According to the Consolidated Summary list of Nigeria budget, below are each MDA and their respective code. S/N CODE MDA S/N CODE MDA S/N CODE MDA 1 0111 Presidency 18 0163 Police Formation & Commands 35 0250 Fiscal Responsibility Comm. 2 0116 Defence 19 0164 Special Duties & Intergov’tal 36 0252 Water Resources 3 0119 Foreign Affairs 20 0215 Agriculture 37 0253 Land and Housing 4 0123 Information 21 0220 Finance 38 0326 Justice 5 0124 Interior 22 0222 Trade & Investment 39 0341 ICPC 6 0125 Head of Service 23 0227 Labour and Productivity 40 0344 Code Of Conduct Bureau 7 0140 Auditor General For The Fed 24 0228 Science & Technology 41 0437 FCTA 8 0147 Federal Civil Service Comm. 25 0229 Transport 42 0451 Niger Delta 9 0149 Federal Character Comm. 26 0230 Aviation 43 0513 Youth Development 10 0155 Police Affairs 27 0231 Power 44 0514 Women 11 0156 Communication Tech. 28 0232 Petroleum Resources 45 0517 Education 12 0157 National Security Adviser 29 0233 Mines and Steel 46 0521 Health 13 0158 Code Of Conduct Tribunal 30 0234 Works 47 0535 Environment 14 0159 ICRC 31 0236 Culture and Tourism 48 0539 National Sports Commission 15 0160 Police Service Commission 32 0238 National Planning Commission 49 0543 National Population Comm. 16 0161 SGF 33 0242 NSWIWC 17 0162 Special Duties 34 0246 RMAFC
  9. 9. DETAILS OF EVERY MDA BUDGET Allocation to every Ministries, Departments and Agencies are structured according to “Slide 6” but details as follows: EXPENDITURE PERSONNEL COST OTHER RECURRENT COSTS CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 2 21 22 23 2101 2102 2201 2202 ... ... 2301 2302 ...
  10. 10. COMPONENTS OF ‘PERSONNEL COST’ 21 PERSONNEL COST 2101 Salary 210101 Salaries and Wages 21010101 Salary 21010102 Overtime Payments 2102 AllowancesandSocialContribution 210201 Allowances 21020101 Non Regular Allowances 21020102 Foreign Service 21020103 Entitlements Of Former Presidents/Heads of States and Vice Presidents/Chief of General Staff 21020105 Benefits of Retired Heads Of Service and Permanent Secretaries 210202 SocialContributions 21020201 NHIS 21020202 Contributory Pension 21020203 Grouplife Insurance 21020204 Payment into Redemption Fund (5% of Total Personnel cost) 21020205 Administration And Monitoring of OHCSF Grouplife 21020206 NHIS (Military Retirees) 21020207 Employee Compensation Act- Employees Compensation Fund
  11. 11. COMPONENTS OF ‘OTHER RECURRENT COST’ 22 OTHER RECURRENT COSTS 2201 Social Benefits 220101 Social Benefits 2202 Overhead Cost 220201 Travel & Transport - General 220202 Utilities - General 220203 Materials & Supplies - General 220204 Maintenance Services - General 220205 Training - General 220206 Other Services - General 220207 Consulting & Professional Services - General 220208 Fuel & Lubricants - General 220209 Financial Charges - General 220210 Miscellaneous 2203 Loans and Advances 220301 Staff Loans & Advances 2204 Grants and Contributions 220401 Local Grants And Contributions 220402 Foreign Grants And Contributions 2205 Subsidies 220501 Subsidy To Government Owned Companies & Parastatals 2206 Public Debt Charges 220607 Interest - Internal Public Debt 220608 Interest - External Public Debt
  12. 12. OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd. 2202 OVERHEAD COST 220101 Social Benefits 22010101 Gratuity 22010102 Pension 22010103 Death Benefits 22010104 Pre 1996 Pension 22010105 Pension Running Costs 22010106 Re-imbursement To States - Pensions 22010107 Yearly Retirees (Including 2013 Retirees) 22010108 Yearly Verification Exercise 220201 Travel & Transport - General 22020101 Local Travel & Transport: Training 22020102 Local Travel & Transport: Others 22020103 International Travel & Transport: Training 22020104 International Travel & Transport: Others 22020105 NIPSS/ National Defence College Participants Tour Allowance 22020106 Deportation And Repatriation 22020107 Payment to Nigerian Army Quick Response Group including Arrears 220202 Utilities - General 22020201 Electricity Charges 22020202 Telephone Charges 22020203 Internet Access Charges 22020204 Satellite Broadcasting Access Charges 22020205 Water Rates 22020206 Sewerage Charges 22020207 Leased Communication Lines
  13. 13. OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd. 2202 OVERHEAD COST 220203 Materials & Supplies - General 22020301 Office Stationeries / Computer Consumables 22020302 Books 22020303 Newspapers 22020304 Magazines & Periodicals 22020305 Printing Of Non Security Documents 22020306 Printing Of Security Documents 22020307 Drugs & Medical Supplies 22020308 Field& Camping Materials Supplies 22020309 Uniforms & Other Clothing 22020310 Teaching Aids / Instruction Materials 22020311 Food Stuff / Catering Materials Supplies 22020301 Office Stationeries / Computer Consumables 220204 Maintenance Services - General 22020401 Maintenance Of Motor Vehicle / Transport Equipment 22020402 Maintenance Of Office Furniture 22020403 Maintenance Of Office Building / Residential Qtrs. 22020404 Maintenance Of Office / It Equipment's 22020405 Maintenance Of Plants / Generators 22020406 Other Maintenance Services 22020407 Maintenance Of Aircrafts 22020408 Maintenance Of Sea Boats 22020409 Maintenance Of Railway Equipment 22020410 Maintenance Of Roads And Bridges
  14. 14. OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd. 2202 OVERHEAD COST 220205 Training - General 22020501 Local Training 22020502 International Training 220206 OTHER SERVICES - GENERAL 22020601 Security Services 22020603 Office rent 22020604 Residential Rent 22020605 Security Vote (Including Operations) 22020606 Cleaning & Fumigation Services 220207 Consulting & Professional Services - General 22020701 Financial Consulting 22020702 Information Technology Consulting 22020703 Legal Services 22020704 Engineering services 22020705 Architectural Services 22020706 Surveying Services 22020707 Auditing Of Federation Account 22020708 Budget Preparation 220208 Fuel & Lubricants - General 22020801 Motor Vehicle Fuel Cost 22020802 Other transport Equipment Fuel Cost 22020803 Plant / Generator Fuel Cost 22020804 Aircraft fuel Cost 22020805 Sea boat Fuel Cost 22020806 Cooking Gas/Fuel Cost 22020801 Motor Vehicle Fuel Cost
  15. 15. OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd. 2202 OVERHEAD COST 220209 Training - General 22020901 Bank Charges (Other Than Interest) 22020902 Insurance Premium 22020903 Loss on Foreign Exchange 22020904 Other CRF Bank Charges 220210 Miscellaneous 22021001 Refreshment & Meals 22021002 Honorarium & Sitting Allowance 22021003 Publicity & Advertisements 22021004 Medical Expenses 22021005 Foreign Service School Fees Payment 22021006 Postages & Courier Services 22021007 Welfare Packages 22021008 Subscription To Professional Bodies 22021009 Sporting Activities 22021010 Direct Teaching& Laboratory Cost 22021011 Recruitment And Appointment (Service Wide) 22021012 Discipline And Appeals (Service Wide) 22021013 Promotion(service Wide) 22021014 Annual Budget expenses And Administration 22021019 Muslim/Christian Pilgrimages 22021020 Election- Logistics Support 22021023 Annual Conference of Auditors – General 22021029 Project monitoring Activities & Follow Up 22021030 Promotion, Recruitment & Appointment 22021031 Curriculum development 22021032 Corps Members Kitting, Transport and Feeding Allowance 22021034 Inspectorate 22021035 IPPIS 22021036 Payment for Outsourced Services 22021037 Margin for Increase In Costs 22021038 Presidential Amnesty programme: Reintegration Of Transformed Ex-millitants 22021039 Presidential millitants (3rdamnestyphase)programme: Reintegration/Transition Safety Allowances For 3,642 Ex- 22021040 Presidential Amnesty programme: Operational Cost 22021041 Contingency 22021042 Recurrent Adjustment 22021043 National dialogue
  16. 16. OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd. 2203 LOANS AND ADVANCES 220301 Staff Loans & Advances 22030101 Motor Vehicle Advances 22030102 Motor Cycle advances 22030104 Refurbishing Advances 22030105 Correspondence Advances 22030106 Spetacle Advances 22030101 Motor Vehicle Advances 2204 GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 220401 Local Grants and Contributions 22040101 Grant to State Governments - Current 22040102 Grant to State Governments - Capital 22040103 Grant to Local Governments-current 22040104 Grant to Local Governments- Capital 22040105 Grants to Government Owned Companies- Current 22040107 Grant to Private Companies- Current 22040108 Grant to Private Companies- Capital 220402 Foreign Grants and Contributions 22040201 Grant to Foreign Governments 22040202 Grant to Foreign International Organizations 22040203 Contributions To International Organisations 22040204 External Financial Obligations
  17. 17. OTHER RECURRENT COST – contd. 2205 SUBSIDIES 220501 Subsidy To Government Owned Companies & Parastatals 22050101 Subsidy To Government owned Companies 22050102 Meal Subsidy To Government schools 2206 PUBLIC DEBT CHARGES 220607 Interest - Internal Public Debt 22060707 Interest - Internal Public Debt 220608 Interest - External Public Debt 22060808 Interest - External Public Debt
  18. 18. COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’ 23 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 2301 Fixed Assets Purchased 230101 Purchase Of Fixed Assets - General 2302 Construction/ Provision 230201 Construction/ Provision Of Fixed Assets - General 2303 Rehabilitation / Repairs 230301 Rehabilitation / Repairs Of Fixed Assets - General 2304 Preservation Of The Environment 230401 Preservation Of The Environment - General 2305 Other Capital Projects 230501 Acquisition Of Non Tangible Assets 2301 FIXED ASSETS PURCHASED 23010101 Purchase / Acquisition Of Land 23010102 Purchase Of Office buildings 23010103 Purchase Of Residential Buildings 23010104 Purchase Motor Cycles 23010105 Purchase Of Motor Vehicles 23010106 Purchase Of Vans 23010107 Purchase Of Trucks 23010108 Purchase Of Buses 23010109 Purchase Of Sea boats 23010110 Purchase Of Ships 23010112 Purchase Of Office furniture And Fittings 23010113 Purchase Of Computers 23010114 Purchase Of Computer Printers 23010115 Purchase Of Photocopying Machines 23010116 Purchase Of Typewriters 23010117 Purchase Of Shredding Machines 23010118 Purchase Of Scanners 23010119 Purchase Of Power Generating Set 23010120 Purchase Of canteen/ Kitchen Equipment 23010121 Purchase Of Residential Furniture 23010122 Purchase Of Health / Medical Equipment 23010123 Purchase Of Fire Fighting Equipment 23010124 Purchase Of Teaching/ Learning Aid Equipment 23010125 Purchase Of Library Books & Equipment 23010126 Purchase Of Sporting / Gaming Equipment 23010127 Purchase Of Agricultural Equipment 23010128 Purchase Of Security Equipment 23010129 Purchase Of Industrial Equipment 23010130 Purchase Of Recreational Facilities 23010131 Purchase Of Air navigational Equipment 23010132 Purchase Of Defence Equipment
  19. 19. COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’ 2302 CONSTRUCTION/ PROVISION 230201 Construction/ Provision Of Fixed Assets - General 23020101 Construction/ Provision Of Office Buildings 23020102 Construction/ Provision Of Residential Buildings 23020103 Construction/ Provision Of Electricity 23020104 Construction/ Provision Of Housing 23020105 Construction/ Provision Of Water Facilities 23020106 Construction/ Provision Of Hospitals / Health Centres 23020107 Construction/ Provision Of Public Schools 23020108 Construction/ Provision Of Police Stations/ Barracks 23020109 Construction/ Provision Of Prisons 23020110 Construction/ Provision Of Fire Fighting Stations 23020111 Construction/ Provision Of Libraries 23020112 Construction/ Provision Of Sporting Facilities 23020113 Construction/ Provision Of Agricultural Facilities 23020114 Construction/ Provision Of Roads 23020115 Construction/ Provision Of Rail-ways 23020116 Construction/ Provision Of Water-ways 23020117 Construction/ Provision Of Air-port / Aerodromes 23020118 Construction/ Provision Of Infrastructure 23020119 Construction/ Provision Of Recreational Facilities 23020120 Construction/Provision Of Military Barracks 23020121 Construction/Provision Of Defence Equipments
  20. 20. COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’ 2303 REHABILITATION / REPAIRS 230301 Rehabilitation / Repairs Of Fixed Assets - General 23030101 Rehabilitation / Repairs Of Residential Building 23030102 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Electricity 23030103 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Housing 23030104 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Water Facilities 23030105 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Hospital / Health Centres 23030106 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Public Schools 23030107 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Police stations / Barracks 23030108 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Prisons 23030109 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Fire Fighting Stations 23030110 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Libraries 23030111 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Sporting Facilities 23030112 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Agricultural Facilities 23030113 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Roads 23030114 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Railways 23030115 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Water-way 23030116 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Air-port / Aerodromes 23030117 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Defence Equipment 23030118 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Recreational Facilities 23030119 Rehabilitation / Repairs – Air navigational Equipment 23030120 Rehabilitation / Repairs - Military/Defence barracks 23030121 Rehabilitation / Repairs Of Office Buildings 2304 PRESERVATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT 230401 Preservation Of The Environment - General 23040101 Tree planting 23040102 Erosion & Flood Control 23040103 Wildlife Conservation 23040104 Industrial Pollution Prevention& Control 23040105 Water Pollution Prevention& Control
  21. 21. COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’ 2305 OTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS 230501 Acquisition Of Non Tangible Assets 23050101 Research And Development 23050102 Computer Software Acquisition 23050103 Monitoring And Evaluation 23050104 Anniversaries/Celebrations 23050105 Gas Royalty And Reconciliation 23050112 Adjustment To Capital cost 23050114 National job Creation scheme 23050115 Quick wins - Completion Of 2008 &2009 Projects 23050116 Millennium Development Goals Monitoring And Evaluation 23050117 Consultancy, survey And Short Term Studies 23050118 Communication And Advocacy (MDG) Reporting 2011 MDG 23050119 Special Intervention 23050122 NELMCO 23050123 Bulk Trader 23050126 Sinking Fund For Infrastructural Development 23050128 Special technology initiative For Women Participation In Agriculture, Water, Sport, Communication 23050131 GIFMIS Capital 23050132 IPPIS Capital 23050133 2011 Worships) Election Violence And Civil disturbances (Damage Done To Public Properties And Places Of 23050137 New Nigeria Newspapers Liability 23050138 Sports Development 23050139 MDG Special Projects 23050140 Special Intervention MDG'S 1 23050141 SPECIAL INTERVENTION Mdg's 2 23050142 Capitaldevelopment Of National Institute For Legislative Studies 23050143 Hosting Of World Economicforum (Wef)
  22. 22. COMPONENTS OF ‘CAPITAL EXPENDITURE’ 2305 OTHER CAPITAL PROJECTS 230501 Acquisition Of Non Tangible Assets 23050144 National planning Commission (Infrastructure Master Plan) 23050145 Housing mortgage Institutions 23050146 Refund To Rice Levy (NIGCOMSAT) 23050147 Special Intervention/Constituency Projects 23050148 Refund To Special Account 23050149 Federal Initiative For North East (Pilot Counterpart Funding Contribution) 23050150 Counterpart Funding Including Global fund/Health 23050151 Multiyear Tariff Order 23050152 Conditional grants And Social Safety Nets (MDGS) 23050153 Support Programme to UNDP Millennium Campaign Programme Nigeria In Africa/African parliamentarian 23050154 Payment of Local Contractors' Debts 23050155 Funding of Galaxy infrastructure 23050156 Bank Of Industry 23050157 Bank Of Agriculture 23050158 Payment for Maturing Domestic Bonds 23050159 Development Finance Institution (DFI)
  23. 23. What can you do with bits and pieces?
  24. 24. If our Budget is searchable, individuals – Professional Analysts or Ordinary Citizens – can focus on how much the Government has budgeted for specific items. For instance:  Generator Fuel Cost – 22020803  International Training – 22020502  Telephone Charges – 22020202  Honorarium & Sitting Allowance – 22021002 As highlighted above, individuals may be interested in analyzing the total cost of “Honorarium & Sitting allowance” in each MDA or in the entire Budget. WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS –
  25. 25. In 2015, it is expected that we would have amongst many:  Budget Analysts – TELEPHONE CHARGES  Budget Analysts – SEWERAGE CHARGES  Budget Analysts – ELECTRICITY CHARGES  Budget Analysts – NEWSPAPERS  Budget Analysts – PUBLICITY & ADVERTISEMENTS  Budget Analysts – POSTAGES & COURIER SERVICES  Budget Analysts – MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL COST  Budget Analysts – REFRESHMENT & MEALS  Budget Analysts – SPORTING ACTIVITIES  Budget Analysts – INSURANCE PREMIUM  Budget Analysts – LOCAL TRAINING  Budget Analysts – CONTRIBUTORY PENSION  Budget Analysts – WATER RATES
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  27. 27. Data Source: - Nigeria Budget – 2014 Freely share, freely use and freely acknowledge the source – © Wale Micaiah Analysis by: Wale Micaiah e: walegate@yahoo.com m: 08078001800 w: www.walemicaiah.com w: www.statisense.com

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