2012 Appropriation Act Breakdown

2012 Appropriation Act Breakdown

April 24, 2012
 

The 2012 budget which was passed into law on Friday 13th 2012 by President Goodluck Jonathan has a reduced total spending of N4.697 trillion ($29.81 billion) from N4.88 trillion proposed by the parliament last month with the spending plans based on oil price at $72 benchmark.
 

The breakdown of the total budget allocations according to Ministries and various government agencies can be viewed in the links below.
 

Table of Contents

1. Statutory Transfers/Debt Service

2. Presidency

3. Office of the Secretary to The Government Of The Federation (Sgf)

4. Youth Development

5. Police Affairs

6. Police Formation and Commands

7. Women Affairs

8. Agriculture & Rural Development

9. Water Resources

10. Auditor-General for the Federation

11. Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission

12. Defence/Mod/Army/Air Force/Navy

13. Education

14. Federal Capital Territory Administration

15. Foreign Affairs

16. Finance

17. Health

18. Trade and Investment

19. Information

20. Communication Technology

21. Interior

22. Office of The Head Of Service Of The Federation

23. Justice

24. Labour and Productivity

25. Power

26. Science And Technology

27. Transport

28. Petroleum Resources

29. Works

30. Lands & Housing

31. Mines & Steel Development

32. Aviation

33. National Salaries, Incomes & Wages Commission

34. Environment

35. Culture & NOA

36. National Planning Commission

37 National Sports Commission

38. Office of The National Security Adviser

39. Niger-Delta

40. Special Duties

41. Fiscal Responsibility Commission

42. Infrastuctural Concession Regulatory Commission

 FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BODIES

43. National Population Commission
44.
Code of Conduct Bureau

45. Code of Conduct Tribunal

46. Public Complaints Commission

47. Revenue Mobilisation Allocation & Fiscal Commission

48. Federal Civil Service Commission

49. Police Service Commission

50. Federal Character Commission

51. Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) Charges

52. Hamonised Bill 2012



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