President Buhari Vows To Punished Those Who Distorted 2016 Budget Severely

 
Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday night (Tuesday) in Riyadh that all those involved in the “padding” of the 2016 National Budget will face the most severe punishment.

The President said that the unauthorised alterations  had completely changed the document from the one he presented to the National Assembly.

“The culprits will not go unpunished. I have been a military governor, petroleum minister, military Head of State and headed the Petroleum Trust Fund.

“Never had I heard the words “budget padding”. Our Minister of Budget and National Planning did a great job with his team. The Minister became almost half his size during the time, working night and day to get the budget ready, only for some people to pad it.

“What he gave us was not what was finally being debated. It is very embarrassing and disappointing. We will not allow those who did it to go unpunished," President Buhari vowed.

The President also assured members of the Nigerian community that his administration was working diligently to fulfil its campaign promises, particularly on security, unemployment, and corruption.
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Femi Adesina
Special Adviser to the President
(Media & Publicity)

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