The Osun State House of Assembly has adopted the report of the Finance and Appropriation Committee on the proposed 2022 Osun State budget.

The motion for the adoption of the report was moved by the Chairman, House Committee on Finance and Appropriation, Taiwo Adebayo Olodo and seconded by Wale Adedoyin representing Ilesa West State Constituency.

Speaking during the presentation of the report and consideration of the proposed 2022 budget, the Speaker of the Assembly, Timothy Owoeye observed that the N129, 256, 450, 790 catered for the welfare of the entire state’s citizens.

Owoeye, who advised all revenue generating agencies of government to increase their revenue base for the State, also called on the state government to provide facilities that will enable internal generated revenue ministries, departments and agencies to increase their drive.

Earlier, the Chairman House of Assembly Committee on Finance and Appropriation, Taiwo Adebayo Olodo while presenting the report, agreed with Speaker Owoeye that the budget catered for the state’s development.

Olodo revealed that a total of 78 units of government establishments, comprising ministries, department’s and agencies of government appeared before the House Committee for the defense exercise which lasted for 14 days.

He insisted that the 2022 budget estimate must be revenue driving to effectively perform.

In his words, “There shall be value for money in this year’s budget.”

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