The Adamawa state Government has proposed the sum of Ten Billion Naira as Supplimentary Budget for the 2017 fiscal year in order to accommodate and appropriate the resources from the Paris club fund deployed to the state.
This was disclosed by the Secretary to the State Government Dr Umar Buba Bindir along side other Honourable Commissioners who briefed Journalists at the end of the Forty-two Weekly State Executive Council Meeting presided over by Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla at the council chambers of the Government House Yola.
He explained that the EXCO has considered the Supplimentary Budget as submitted by Honourable Commissioner Ministry of Finance and Budget, Hon. Mamood Sali Yunusa for the betterment of the people of Adamawa state.
Dr Umar Bindir said that the Counsil also discussed and considered a medium term expenditure framework as presented by the State Fiscal Responsibility Commission to demonstrate for the year 2018,2019 ,and 2020 .
According to the SSG, the Council also approves on the improvement and renovation of the state headquarters of the Local Government staff Pension Board .
He also explained that the EXCO had discussed on the security Situations in the state, stressing that the council had evolved measures and steps regarding security and peaceful coexistence to the people of Adamawa state.
Dr Umar Bindir debunked the rumours that some members of the state executive council switched to another party, which he described as untrue as reported by the social media.
He also said that the Council has received a presentation and Signing of Memorandum of Understanding on Kiri Dam Electrification project between Adamawa state Government and P P P consortium to produce about Thirty Mega Watts of electricity from the Dam as well as to manufacture Electric cables and Wires in the state.
The Secretary to the State Government further explained that the EXCO has discussed on the improvement and Beautification of the state capital by giving it a new out look, stressing that government is committed to bring modernisation to stay in Adamawa state.