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FOURTH REPUBLIC 8TH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (2015-2019) THIRD SESSION NO. 170 993

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ORDER PAPER Wednesday, 16 May, 2018

1. Prayers 2. Approval of the Votes and Proceedings 3. Oaths 4. Message from the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (if any) 5. Message from the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (if any) 6. Other Announcements (if any) 7. Petitions (if any) 8. Matter(s) of Urgent Public Importance 9. Personal Explanation

PRESENTATION OF BILLS 1. Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission Act (Amendment) Bill, 2018 (HB. 1460) (Hon. Uzoma Nkem-Abonta) – First Reading.

2. Chartered Institute of Public Administration of Nigeria (Establishment) Bill, 2018 (HB. 1435) (Hon. Jones C. Onyereri) – First Reading.

ORDERS OF THE DAY BILLS
1. Consolidation of Bills: (a) A Bill for an Act to Amend the Child’s Rights Act, Cap. C50, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 to Provide for Eligibility of Foreigners, whether Resident or Non-Resident in Nigeria as well as Nigerian Citizens not Resident in Nigeria to Adopt a Child, and to include the Prohibition of Sale of Alcohol by or to a Minor, Prohibit the Purchase of Alcohol for a Minor, Grant Police the Right to Confiscate Alcohol found in Possession of a Minor; and for Related Matters (HBS. 456 and 604) (Hon. Joan Onyemaechi Mrakpor and Hon. Omoregie Ogbeide-Ihama);

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(b) A Bill for an Act to Amend Section 13(1) of the Child’s Rights Act, Cap. C50, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 to Provide for the Right to Free and Compulsory Medical Treatment for every Child below the age of 5 years; and for Related Matters (HB. 930) (Hon. Asabe Vilita Bashir); and

(c) A Bill for an Act to Amend the Child’s Rights Act, Cap. C50, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 to Provide Stiffer Penalties to meet contemporary realities; and for Related Matters (HB. 1356) (Hon. Segun Alexander Adekola).

2. A Bill For an Act to Amend the Extradition Act, Cap E25, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 to give Effect to the Rule against double jeopardy as Recognised under the Constitution, Provide Procedural Safeguards to avoid Extradition of Persons in Cases of mistaken Identity and to Effect Appropriate Modifications on the Act to Conform with the Provisions of the 1999 Constitution; and for Related Matters, 2018 (HB. 1187) – Third Reading. 3. A Bill for an Act to Provide for Establishment of the Federal Capital Territory Emergency Management Agency; and for Related Matters (HB. 1087) – Third Reading. 4. A Bill for an Act to Repeal the Nigerian Ports Authority Act, Cap. N26 LFN, 2004 and to Reenact the Nigerian Ports and Harbours Bill, Establish the Nigerian Ports and Harbours Authority to Provide for the Ownership, Management, Regulation and Development of Ports and Harbours; and for Related Matters, 2018 (HBs. 569 and 855) – Third Reading. 5. A Bill for an Act to Repeal the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation Act of 2006 and Enact the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation Bill, 2018; and for Related Matters (HB 984) – Third Reading. 6. A Bill for an Act to Provide for the Manner in which Individuals may, in the Public Interest, Disclose Information that Relate to Unlawful or Other Illegal Conduct or Corrupt Practices of others, to Provide for the Protection against Victimization of Persons who make these Disclosures and to Reward Individuals who make the Disclosures and to Encourage and Facilitate Whistle Blowing, to Regulate the Receiving, Investigating and Otherwise Dealing with Disclosures by Whistle Blowers, and to Protect Whistle Blowers from Reprisals; and Other Adverse Actions; and for Related Matters (HBs. 1144 and 1073) (Senate) (House Leader and Hon. Kayode Oladele) – Second Reading. 7. A Bill for an Act to Establish the Police Procurement Fund for the Procurement of Law Enforcement Equipment and Uniforms to Assist the Nigeria Police Force in the Protection of Lives and Property; and for Related Matters (HB. 314) (Hon. Ezenwa Francis Onyewuchi) (Veto Override) – Second Reading.

MOTIONS 8. Need to Commence the Construction of Ndoni-Aboh River Niger Bridge to Link Rivers and Delta States: Hon. Uchechuku Nnam-Obi: The House: Notes that in 2013 the Federal Government awarded a contract to Bulletin Limited for the construction of Ndoni-Aboh River-Niger Bridge; Concerned that since the award of the contract for construction of the said bridge in 2013, no construction work has commenced at the proposed sites of the bridge;
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Aware that when the bridge is constructed, it will link Rivers State to Delta State and ease movements from Abia, Akwa-Ibom, Cross-River, Rivers and Bayelsa States to Benin in Edo State and other parts of the country; Convinced of the importance of the bridge to the States in the South-South Zone of Nigeria and need for the Federal Government to release funds for its construction; Resolves to: Mandate the Committee on Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) to determine the cause of abandonment of the contract and ensure that it is re-awarded to a Firm that will speedily execute the project. 9. Need to Investigate the Contract for the Upgrade of OML 58 Upgrade 1, the Execution of Obite-Ubeta-Rumuji (OUR) Pipeline and the Northern Option Pipeline Projects: Hon. Sunday Marshall Katung:

The House: Notes that Nigeria has abundant natural resources including crude oil, natural gas and other minerals and in its effort to maximize value, the government of the federation through the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) enters into various service agreements with International Oil Companies (IOCs); Also notes that OML 58 Upgrade 1 is an integrated gas project designed to upgrade existing gas production facilities, while the Northern Option Pipeline (NOPL) is a 24″60km long pipeline running from Rumuji through Obigbo and terminating at Imo which is expected to supply gas to NLNG for export as well as to the Nigerian Gas Company for domestic consumption; Further notes that the Obite-Ubeta-Rumuji (OUR) pipeline is a 42″ by 45km pipeline which runs from Obite Gas Plant of the Bonny NLNG Plant to the Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC)36″ GTSA at Rumuji designed to lift gas for export through the NLNG and provide domestic gas through the Nigerian Gas Company; Informed that on 25th July, 1991 the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) entered into a Joint Operating Agreement with Total Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (TEPNG) and, pursuant to the said Joint Operating Agreement, there was a Modified carry Agreement and award to TEPNG to execute the OML 58 upgrade 1 in 2008, ObiteUbeta-Rumuji (OUR) Pipeline in 2010 and the Northern Option Pipeline in 2011; Also informed that the contract for the upgrade of OML 58 upgrade 1 and the execution of the Northern Option Pipeline were awarded to SAIPIM/PONTICELLI/DESICON (SPD) and SAIPIM/DESICON (SD) Consortiums as the major contractors at an initial contract cost ceiling of $1. 665 billion and $472m and a completion date of 2012 and 2013 were set respectively; Aware that during execution, the projects encountered some challenges which led to delays and subsequent increased cost incurred upon full completion resulting in the expenditure of about $175m and $170m which would have been avoidable; Also aware that the contract for execution of the Obite-Ubeta-Rumuji (OUR) pipeline project in 2010 which was awarded to ZAKHEM/BAYWOOD Consortium as the major contractor at a cost of $269, 293, 469 was delayed and incurred additional cost of over $783m as at
December, 2015 and an additional $48m upon full completion, which is an extra estimated $135.3m which would have been as well avoidable; 996 Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 NO. 170
Cognizant that the contract for the upgrade of OML 58 Upgrade 1 and the execution of the Northern Option Pipeline, occasioned a variance of $903m and $449m representing 31% and 95% respectively between the initial budgeted project sums and the cost incurred as at 31st December, 2015; Concerned that of all the change orders presented to the NNPC and/or NAPIMS, there may not have been any approval for these requests for all the mentioned projects even though monies have been paid; Also cognizant that there may have been a Value for Money (VFM) Audit of the above projects and the Identity of the contractors, thus the findings and actions taken by the NNPC and/or NAPIMS based on the recommendations, if any, need to be ascertained; Further cognizant that there is need to ensure that all joint venture operations are subjected to adequate assessment to forestall inefficiency and ineffectiveness in the use of public funds; Resolves to: Mandate the Committee on Gas Resources to investigate the contract for the upgrade of OML 58 upgrade 1, the execution of the Northern Option Pipeline and the Obite-Ubeta-Rumuji Pipeline projects ranging from project governance and cost to the project and report back within four (4) months for further legislative action.

CONSIDERATION OF REPORT 10. Committee on Appropriations: Hon. Mustapha Bala Dawaki: “That the House do consider the Report of the Committee on Appropriations on a Bill for an Act to authorise the issue from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation, the total sum of ₦9,120,334,988,225 (Nine Trillion, One Hundred and Twenty Billion, Three Hundred and Thirty Four Million, Nine Hundred and Eighty Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only, of which the sum of ₦530,421,368,624 (Five Hundred and Thirty Billion, Four Hundred and Twenty One Million, Three Hundred Sixty Eight Thousand, Six Hundred and Twenty Four Naira) only is for Statutory Transfers, the sum of ₦2,203,835,365,699 (Two Trillion, Two Hundred and Three Billion, Eight Hundred and Thirty Five Million, Three Hundred and Sixty Five Thousand, Six Hundred and Ninety Nine Naira) only is for Debt Service, the sum of ₦3,512,677,902,077 (Three Trillion, Five Hundred and Twelve Billion, Six Hundred and Seventy Seven Million, Nine Hundred and Two Thousand, Seventy Seven Naira) only is for Recurrent (Non-Debt) Expenditure, while the sum of ₦2,873,400,351,825 (Two Trillion, Eight Hundred and Seventy Three Billion, Four Hundred Million, Three Hundred and Fifty One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only is for contribution to the Development Fund for Capital Expenditure for the year ending on the 31st day of December, 2018 (HB. 1207) (Laid: 15/5/2018) Committee of Supply. A Bill for an Act to authorise the issue from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation, the total sum of ₦9,120,334,988,225 (Nine Trillion, One Hundred and Twenty Billion, Three Hundred and Thirty Four Million, Nine Hundred and Eighty
Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only, of which the sum of ₦530,421,368,624 (Five Hundred and Thirty Billion, Four Hundred and Twenty One Million, Three Hundred Sixty Eight Thousand, Six Hundred and Twenty Four Naira) only is for Statutory Transfers, the sum of ₦2,203,835,365,699 (Two Trillion, Two Hundred 997 Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 NO. 170
and Three Billion, Eight Hundred and Thirty Five Million, Three Hundred and Sixty Five Thousand, Six Hundred and Ninety Nine Naira) only is for Debt Service, the sum of ₦3,512,677,902,077 (Three Trillion, Five Hundred and Twelve Billion, Six Hundred and Seventy Seven Million, Nine Hundred and Two Thousand, Seventy Seven Naira) only is for Recurrent (Non-Debt) Expenditure, while the sum of ₦2,873,400,351,825 (Two Trillion, Eight Hundred and Seventy Three Billion, Four Hundred Million, Three Hundred and Fifty One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only is for contribution to the Development Fund for Capital Expenditure for the year ending on the 31st day of December, 2018.

BE IT ENACTED by the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as follows: –

1. Issue and appropriation of ₦9,120,334,988,225 from the Consolidated Revenue Fund for 2018

(i) The Accountant-General of the Federation shall, when authorised to do so by Warrants signed by the Minister charged with responsibility for finance, pay out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation during the year ending on the 31st day of December 2018, the sums specified by the warrants, not exceeding in the aggregate ₦9,120,334,988,225 (Nine Trillion, One Hundred and Twenty Billion, Three Hundred and Thirty Four Million, Nine Hundred and Eighty Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only. (ii) The amount mentioned in subsection (1) of this section shall be appropriated to heads of expenditure as indicated in the Schedule to this Bill. (iii) No part of the amount aforesaid shall be released from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation after the end of the year mentioned in subsection (1) of this section. 2. Release of funds from the Consolidated Revenue Fund All amounts appropriated under this Bill shall be released from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation only for the purpose specified in the Schedule to this Bill.

3. Virement In the event that the implementation of any of the projects intended to be undertaken under this Bill cannot be completed without virement, such virement shall only be effected with the prior approval of the National Assembly. 4. Excess Revenue (i) The Accountant-General of the Federation shall immediately upon the coming into force of this Bill maintain a separate record for the documentation of Revenue accruing to the Consolidated Revenue Fund in excess of oil price benchmark adopted in this Budget (ii) Such revenues as specified in Sub-section (1) of this section refers to Revenues accruing from sales of government crude oil in excess of the approved benchmark price per barrel, the Petroleum Profit Tax and Royalty on Oil and Gas. 5. Authorization
(i) No funds shall be paid out of the monies arising from the record specified in Section (4) except by an Act/approval of the National Assembly. (ii) The Accountant-General of the Federation shall forward to the National Assembly full details of funds released to the |Government Agencies immediately such funds are released. 998 Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 NO. 170
6. Release of funds for Implementation The Minister of Finance shall ensure that funds appropriated under this Act are released to the appropriate agencies and or organs of government as and when due, provided that no funds for any quarter of the fiscal year shall be deferred without prior waiver from the National Assembly. 7. Due Process Certification The Department of Government charged with the responsibility of certifying that due processes have been complied with in the processing of implementation of projects shall ensure that all processes of approval are completed within the specified period as provided for in the Public Procurement Act.

8. Information on Internally Generated Revenue All Accounting Officers of Ministries, Parastatals and Departments of Government who control heads of expenditures shall upon the coming into effect of this Bill furnish the National Assembly on quarterly basis with detailed information on the Internally Generated Revenue of the agency in any form whatsoever; 9. Information on Extra Budgetary /Foreign Assistance All Accounting Officers of Ministries, Parastatals and Departments of government who control heads of expenditures shall upon the coming into effect of this Bill furnish the National Assembly on quarterly basis with detailed information on all foreign and or domestic assistance received from any agency, person or organization in any form whatsoever. 10. Interpretation For the purposes of this Bill the term “schedule” includes the detailed estimates of expenditure attached thereto 11. Commencement In line with the provisions of Section 318 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as amended, this bill will run for a course of 12 months starting from the date it is assented into law. 12. Short Title This Bill may be cited as the Appropriation Act 2018. SCHEDULE PART A — STATUTORY TRANSFERS Head Statutory Transfers (₦) National Judicial Council 110,000,000,000 Niger-Delta Development Commission 81,882,555,891 Part Payment to NDDC Outstanding Liabilities on Federal Government of Nigeria 33,981,437,188 Universal Basic Education 109, 063,630,546 National Assembly 139, 500,000,000
Public Compliant Commission 7,480,000,000 Independent National Electoral Commission 45, 500, 000, 000 National Human Rights Commission 3, 013, 745, 000 Total – Statutory Transfers 530, 421, 368,624 No. 170 Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 999
PART B — DEBT SERVICE Head Debt Service Domestic Debts 1, 759,755, 709, 708 Foreign Debts 254, 079, 655, 991 Sub-Total 2, 013, 835, 365, 699

Head Sinking Fund Sinking Fund to Retiring Maturing Loans 190,000,000,000 Sub-Total 190,000,000,000 Total-Debt Service 2,203,835,365,699

PART C — RECURRENT (NON-DEBT) EXPENDITURE Head Ministry/Department/Agency (₦) Executive: Presidency 31,563,353,107 Ministry of Defence 418,683,895,586 Ministry of Foreign Affairs 63,113,638,465 Federal Ministry of Information & Culture 42,659,299,180 Ministry of Interior 501,610,102,248 Office of The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation 6,002,670,671 Auditor General for the Federation 4,811,905,706 Ministry of Communication Technology 11,716,581,495 Office of the National Security Adviser 76,024,818,053 Infrastructure Concessionary Regulatory Commission 1,007,888,658 Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation 58,849,514,534 Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development 53,811,953,706 Federal Ministry of Finance 10,230,150,077 Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment 12,613,911,662 Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment 7,712,063,655 Federal Ministry of Science and Technology 32,851,975,584 Federal Ministry of Transportation 15,725,582,503 Federal Ministry of Power, Works & Housing 31,709,419,657 Ministry of Petroleum Resources 63,534,876,030 Ministry of Mines and Steel Development 10,661,575,245 Ministry of Budget and National Planning 9,232,718,681 National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission 691,910,089 Fiscal Responsibility Commission 334,419,087 Federal Ministry of Water Resources 7,949,781,007 Federal Ministry of Justice 21,017,934,099 Independent Corrupt Practices and Related Offences Commission 5,412,991,607
Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs 2,141,497,126 Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development 110,841 ,248,182 Federal Ministry of Women Affairs 1,657,568,228 Federal Ministry of Education 439,255,776,145
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Federal Ministry of Health 269,965,117,887 Federal Ministry of Environment 17,885,452,791 National Population Commission 6,069,738,298 Sub-Total: Executive 2,347,351,329,049 Federal Executive Bodies: Code of Conduct Bureau 2,382,327,877 Code of Conduct Tribunal 684,154,135 Federal Character Commission 2,494,175,567 Federal Civil Service Commission 1,046,000,460 Police Service Commission 6,107,073,709 Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission 1,888,911,893 Sub-Total: Federal Executive Bodies 14,602,643,641 Service-Wide Votes and Pensions Expenditure Items Pension and Gratuities Total Allocation: 198,950,173,668
Office of the Head of Civil Service (Civilian Pension) 33,290,715,716
Gratuities 2,300,000,000 Pensions 28,391,013,524 Benefits of Retired Heads of Service and Permanent Secretaries 2,599,702,192 Military Pensions and Gratuities (DMP) 72,156,115,576 Pensions 65, 619, 472, 577 2017 Expected Retirees 3, 170, 929, 878 Death Benefits 3,115,713,121 Administrative Charges 50,000,000 2017 Verification Exercise 150,000,000 Pension Running Cost 50,000,000 Police Pensions and Gratuities 7,412,463,652 Pension 7,412,463,652 Customs, Immigration and Prisons Pension Office 8,420,000,000 Pensions 8,420,000,000 Universities Pension Including Arrears 14,343,326,479 Pensions 14,343,326,479 Parastatals Pension and Railway Pensions 26,756,754,031 Pensions 26,7 56,7 54,031 Pre-1996 Nigeria Railway Corporation Pension 2,257,298,262 Pensions 2,257,298,262 Department of State Security 13,961,732,156 Pensions (Including Arrears) 13,961,732,156 Nigeria Intelligence Agency 3,709,146,567 Pensions/Defendants Benefits 3,709,146,567 NELMCO 16,642,621,229 NELMCO Pensions/Arrears 16,642,621,229 Service – Wide Votes Pensions 43,000,000,000 Arrears of Pension Liabilities 3,000,000,000 Arrears of 33% Increase In Pension Rates 20,000,000,000
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Group Life Insurance for all MDAS Including DSS/Insurance of Sensitive Assets/Corpers Plus Administration Monitoring
15,000,000,000
Payment of Outstanding Death Benefit to Civil Servants/Police 5,000,000,000 Other Service – Wide Votes 908,773,755,719 Public Service Wage Adjustment for MDAS (Including Arrears of Promotion and Salary Increases) & Payment of Severance Benefits 40,138,570,530 Severance Benefits to Retired Heads of Government Agencies and Parastatals 1,000,000,000 Military Operations: Lafiya Dole & Other Operations of the Armed Forces 78,000,000,000 Settlement of MDAS Electricity Bills 10,000,000,000 IPPIS Capturing 2,000,000,000 Payment for Outsourced Services 3,000,000,000 Margin for Increases in Costs and Recurrent Adjustment Costs 5,000,000,000 Presidential Amnesty Programme: Reintegration of Transformed Ex-Militants 65,000,000,000 Service Wide Training of Budget/Planning Officers on GIFMIS Budget Preparation System (BPS) as well as Monitoring and Evaluation of all Projects Nationwide 2,000,000,000 Special Intervention Programme (Recurrent) 350,000,000,000 Contingency (Recurrent) 15,800,000,000 International Sporting Competitions 2,000,000,000 TSA Operations 4,000,000,000 Entitlements of Former Presidents/Heads of States and Vice Presidents/Chief of General Staff 2,300,000,000 Employee Compensation Act – Employees Compensation Fund 4,000,000,000 Payment into Redemption Fund (5% of Total Personnel Cost) 110,195,808,918 Contributions to International Organisations 21,000,000,000 Power Sector Reform Program (Transfer to NBET) 193,339,376,271 Total CFR Charges: 1,150,723,929,387 Total Recurrent (Non-Debt) 3, 512,677, 902,077

PART D — CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Head Ministry/Department/Agency (₦) Executive: Presidency 27,779,999,975 Ministry of Defence 157,715,439,613 Ministry of Foreign Affairs 20,198,567,703 Federal Ministry of Information and Culture 14,475,947,821 Ministry of Interior 75,098,144,455 Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation 3,940,176,735 Auditor General for the Federation 290,509,818 Ministry of Communication Technology 8,049,159,142 Office of the National Security Adviser 46,656,125,631
Infrastructure Concessionary Regulatory Commission 534,310,245
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Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation 52,937,424,968 Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development 149,198,139,037 Federal Ministry of Finance 2,790,610,224 Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment 105,156,176,854 Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment 19,685,448,390 Federal Ministry of Science and Technology 68,309,127,340 Federal Ministry of Transportation 251 ,420,000,000 Federal Ministry of Power, Works & Housing 682,959,550,242 Ministry of Petroleum Resources 5,406,095,671 Ministry of Mines and Steel Development 12,281 ,500,000 Ministry of Budget and National Planning 4,367,867,027 National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission 263,121,916 Fiscal Responsibility Commission 200,155,392 Federal Ministry of Water Resources 147,199,614,645 Federal Ministry of Justice 4,719,946,629 Independent Corrupt Practices and Related Offences Commission 1,617,865,170 Federal Capital Territory Administration 32,298,122,872 Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs 58,082,500,002 Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development 5,408,611,977 Federal Ministry of Women Affairs 5,752,180,400 Federal Ministry of Education 102,907,290,833 Federal Ministry of Health 86,485,848,198 Federal Ministry of Environment 17,492,955,833 National Population Commission 4,266,308,554 Sub-Total: Executive 2,175,944,843,311 Federal Executive Bodies: Code of Conduct Bureau 694,854,364 Code of Conduct Tribunal 513,616,706 Federal Character Commission 593,080,989 Federal Civil Service Commission 46,171,826 Police Service Commission 758,900,000 Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission 329,093,337 Sub-Total: Federal Executive Bodies 2,935,717,222 Capital Supplementation FGN Special Intervention Programme (Capital) 150,000,000,000 Counterpart Funding Including Global Fund/Health and Refund to Gavi/Global Fund 3,500,000,000 Payment of Local Contractors’ Debts/Other Liabilities 15,000,000,000 Galaxy Backbone 4,000,000,000 GIFMIS/IPPIS Capital 5,000,000,000 OSSAP- SDGS (Special Projects) 11,314,595,152 OSSAP-SDGS (Conditional Grants) 11,460,661,280 OSSAP-SDGS (Social Safety Nets) 18,224,743,568 OSSAP – SDGS: SDG PROJECTS 1 0 OSSAP – SDGS: SDG Projects 2 6,750,000,000 Recapitalisation of Development Finance Institutions 15,000,000,000
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North East Intervention Fund 45,000,000,000 Zonal Intervention Projects 100,000,000,000 Head of Service (Federal Government Staff Housing Loans Board) 2,000,000,000 Subscription to Shares In International Organisations 40,000,000,000 National Development Plans (Ministry of Budget and National Planning) 1,200,000,000 Capital Exigencies/Adjustment to Capital Cost 6,000,000,000 Contingency (Capital) 11,000,000,000 Grants and Donor Funded Projects 169,919,791,292 Sustainable Development Goals I 12,000,000,000 Sustainable Development Goals II 8,000,000,000 National Institute for Legislative Studies (NILS) 4,000,000,000 Provision for the Implementation of the National Health Act 55,150,000,000 Total Capital Supplementation: 694,519,791,292 Total Capital Expenditure 2,873,400,351,825 Aggregate Expenditure 9,120,334,988,225

Explanatory Memorandum: This Bill authorises the issue from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation, the total sum of ₦9,120,334,988,225 (Nine Trillion, One Hundred and Twenty Billion, Three Hundred and Thirty Four Million, Nine Hundred and Eighty Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only, of which the sum of ₦530,421,368,624 (Five Hundred and Thirty Billion, Four Hundred and Twenty One Million, Three Hundred Sixty Eight Thousand, Six Hundred and Twenty Four Naira) only is for Statutory Transfers, the sum of ₦2,203,835,365,699 (Two Trillion, Two Hundred and Three Billion, Eight Hundred and Thirty Five Million, Three Hundred and Sixty Five Thousand, Six Hundred and Ninety Nine Naira) only is for Debt Service, the sum of ₦3,512,677,902,077 (Three Trillion, Five Hundred and Twelve Billion, Six Hundred and Seventy Seven Million, Nine Hundred and Two Thousand, Seventy Seven Naira) only is for Recurrent (Non-Debt) Expenditure, while the sum of ₦2,873,400,351,825 (Two Trillion, Eight Hundred and Seventy Three Billion, Four Hundred Million, Three Hundred and Fifty One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty Five Naira) only is for contribution to the Development Fund for Capital Expenditure for the year ending on the 31st day of December, 2018. __________________________________________________________________________________ COMMITTEE MEETINGS Committee Date Time Venue 1. Rules and Business Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room 06 (White House) Assembly Complex
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2. Public Petitions (Investigative Hearing)
Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room 429 New Building (House) Assembly Complex
3. FCT Area Councils and Ancillary Matters
Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room 144 New Building (House) Assembly Complex 4. Foreign Affairs Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room 244 New Building (House) Assembly Complex 5. Ad-hoc Committee on the Investigation of Conditions Covering the Tenure of Elected Public Officers, Political Appointees, Civil Servants and Chief Executives of Public Owned Companies and Corporations and Operational Costs of Extra-Ministerial Departments
Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room 467 New Building (House) Assembly Complex
6. Land Transport Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room 456 New Building (House) Assembly Complex 7. Federal Character (with Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, National Assembly Service Commission and National Agency for Control of Aids) Wednesday, 16 May, 2018 3.00 p.m. Committee Room New Building (House) Assembly Complex

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