2024 budget: Tinubu, Shettima and aides to spend N15.961bn on trips


Nigerain president Bola Tinubu, his Vice President Kashim Shettima and theirs aides are to spend the sum of N15.961 billion on international and local trips in 2024.

This was contained in a 2024 Appropriation Bill presented to the National Assembly.

According to the breakdown of the amount, President Tinubu would spend N7. 630 billion on travel expenses, the most of which would be on foreign trips.

If the federal legislature approved it, Tinubu would spend N6.992 billion on foreign trips and N638.535 million for domestic travel.

Similarly, Vice President Shettima would spend the sum of N1.847 billion on international and local travels.

According to the budget proposal, he will spend N1.229 billion on foreign trips and N 618. 399 million on local trips.

Another N6.484 billion was provided for Villa Headquarters international and local travels.

“It consisted of N 6.282 billion for international travels, N60. 981 million for local travels for training and N140.640 million for local travels.

The Villa Headquarters was allocated N40.616 billion in the 2024 federal budget, with a capital vote of N12.497 billion,   overhead N10.334 billion, while Personnel   receiving N163 billion.

Routine maintenance of mechanical, electrical installations N9 billion.”

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