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Lagos To Generate 73.83BN Monthly-Egube


Commissioner For Economic Planning And Budget, Mr Sam Egube on Tuesday said Lagos will generate 73.83bn monthly.Egube made this statement on Tuesday while addressing the press on the budget breakdown.

He noted that a significant percentage of the Lagos Internal Generated Revenue, N500bn is expected to be contributed by LIRS.

According to Egube ‘We shall achieve this by expanding the tax net through the deployment of technology, amongst other initiatives, which includes massive investment in technology and other facilities to improve the efficiency in operations of all revenue generating agencies”.


The Commissioner disclosed that the 2020 Budget tagged: “Budget of Awakening” is meant to generate an internal revenue of N886.041bn while other revenue projections include capital receipts of N232.29bn and Federal transfers of N184.988bn.

Mr Egube said the budget will attract private sector investments by creating an enabling environment, investment in human capital development, improve capacity to collect revenues as efficiently as possible and build impactful partnerships with the Federal Government, other State Governments and Local Governments, among others.

He said: “This budget has taken into consideration the present economic realities in the World, Nation and Lagos State in particular, as well as the optimism for improvement in our revenue collections. The Y2020 budget will most importantly promote massive investments in Traffic management and Transportation, Health and Environment, Education and Technology, Making Lagos a 21st Century Economy, Entertainment, Tourism, Security and Governance.”

The sectoral breakdown of the budget stands as follows: Traffic Management and Transportation will take the sum of ₦44.510bn, while ₦136.100billion was budgeted for the Education sector, Science and Technology got the sum of ₦10.629bn, a total sum of N111.775bn was provided for Health, Environment got sum of ₦66.586bn while ₦7.481bn was provided for Tourism.

For Sport Development, a total of ₦7.740bn was allocated for the Ministry, Housing and Community Amenities was provided with ₦48.559bn, ₦4.840bn was approved for Agriculture and Food Security; and to boost Commerce and Industry in the State, a total of ₦3.926bn was earmarked for it, Wealth Creation and Employment got ₦8.403bn, ₦2.920bn was set aside for Women Affairs, Youth and Social Development got ₦3.716bn while ₦39.265bn was allocated for Security and Governance.

The State earmarked ₦711.031bn for Capital Expenditure and ₦457.529bn for Recurrent Expenditure, making it 61:39 per cent ratio in favour of Capital Expenditure.

Egube noted that he widely held consultations across the three senatorial districts, in addition to taking memoranda and feedback from stakeholders hosted by Honorable Members of the House of Assembly within their respective constituencies yielded the Y2020 budget.

He appealed to all citizens to fulfill their civic responsibilities while he also assured that no stone will be left unturned in ensuring the complete implementation of the Y2020 budget.

The cabinet members at the budget breakdown include Commissioners of Information and Strategy, Mr. Gbenga Omotoso, his Health counterpart, Professor Akin Abayomi, that of Finance Dr. Rabiu Onaolapo Olowo, Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladehinde and Education, Mrs. Folasade Awofisayo.


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