BAYELSA STATE APPROPRIATION LAW, 2012

16 Apr

GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIA

BAYELSA STATE APPROPRIATION LAW, 2012

 

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

SECTIONS

  1. Expenditure of N95,699,044,828 authorized out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund
  2. Appropriated of N95,699,044,828
  3. Transfer from the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the Capital Development Fund of N142,458,475,286
  4. Expenditure of N142,458,475,286 authorized out of Capital Development Fund.
  5. Appropriation of N142,458,475,286
  6. Balance unissued to lapse.
  7. Interpretations
  8. Short Title and Commencement
 
   

 

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

Recurrent Expenditure

   
   

 

 

SECOND SCHEDULE

Capital Expenditure

 

THIRD SCHEDULE

GRAND TOTAL


GOVERNMENT OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIA

BAYELSA STATE DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENT

CORPORATION LAW, 2012

 

A LAW to make provisions for the services of Bayelsa State for the year ending on the 31st December, Year Two Thousand and Twelve.

Commencement                  (                                                                                                               )

BE IT ENACTED by the House of Assembly of Bayelsa State of Nigeria and by the Authority of same as follows:

Expenditure Authorized out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

 

1.

(1)             The Accountant – General may, when authorized so to do by Warrant under the hand of the Commissioner responsible for Finance, transfer from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of Bayelsa State during the year ending on the 31st day of December, 2012 any sums not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of N95,699,044,828 (Ninety Five Billion, Six Hundred and Ninety-Nine Million, Forty-Four Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty-Eight Naira) only being the total amounts set forth opposite Heads 412-1, 412-2, 413-1, 413-2, 413-3, 413-5, 413-6, 413-7, 413-8, 413-9, 413-11, 413-12, 413-16, 413-20, 413-21, 413-22, 413-23, 413-25, 413-26, 413-27, 413-28, 413-29, 413-30, 413-33, 413-37, 413-40, 413-44, 413-46, 413-47, 413-48, 413-50, 413-51, 413-52, 413-53, 413-54, 413-55, 413-56, 413-57, 413-58, 413-59, 413-60, 413-64, 413-68, 413-72, 413-94, 413-95, 413-96, 413-97, 413-98, 413-99, 413-100, 413-101, 413-102, 413-102, 413-104, 413-105, 413-123, 413-124, 414-1, 414-2, 414-3, 414-4, 415, 416-1, 416-2, 416-3, 416-4, 416-5, 416-6, 416-8, 416-9, 417-1, 417-2, 417-3, 418-1, 418-2, 418-3, 418-4, 418-5, 418-6, 418-7, 419-1, 419-2, 419-3, 419-4, 419-5, 419-6, 419-7, 419-8, 419-9, 420-1, 420-2, 421-1, 421-2, 421-3, 422, 423-1, 423-2, 424-1, 424-2, 424-3, 424-4, 424-5, 424-6, 424-7, 425, 426-2, 426-3, 427-1, 417-2, 427-3, 427-4, 428-1, 428-2, 429-1, 429-2, 430, 430-1, 431-1, 431-2, 413-3, 432, 432-1, 433-1, 434-1, 434-2, 434-3, 434-4, 434-5, 435-1, 435-2, 435-4, 435-5, 435-6, 436-1, 436-2, 437-1, 438-1, 439-1, 440-1, 441-1, 441-2, 442-1, 443-1, 444, 445 inclusive of the First Schedule.

 

 

Appropriation of N95,699,044,828

2.

The sum mentioned in Section 1, in the whole not exceeding the sum of N95,699,044,828 (Ninety Five Billion, Six Hundred and Ninety-Nine Million, Forty-Four Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty-Eight Naira) only shall be appropriated to the purposes and in the manner expressed in the First Schedule.

 

Transfer from Consolidated Revenue Fund to the Capital Development Fund of N142,458,475,286

3.

The Accountant-General may, when authorized so to do by warrant under the hand of the Commissioner responsible for Finance, transfer from the Consolidated Revenue Fund during the year ending on the 31st day December, 2012, any sum not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of N142,458,475,286 (One Hundred and Forty-Two Billion, Four Hundred and Fifty-Eight Million, Four Hundred and Seventy-Five Thousand, Two Hundred and Eighty – Six Naira) only.

 

Expenditure of N142,458,475,286 authorized out of the Capital Development Fund

4.

The Accountant-General may, when authorized so to do by Warrant under the hand of the Commissioner responsible for Finance, transfer from the Capital Development Fund of Bayelsa State during the year ending on the 31st day of December, 2012 any sum not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of N142,458,475,286 (One Hundred and Forty-Two Billion, Four Hundred and Fifty-Eight Million, Four Hundred and Seventy-Five Thousand, Two Hundred and Eighty – Six Naira) only being the total of the amounts set forth opposite Heads 450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 457A, 457B, 457C, 458, 459, 460, 461,461A, 461B, 461C, 461D, 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467A, 467B, 467C, 467D, 467E, 467F, 467G, 467H, 467I, 467K, 467M, 467N, 467P, 467Q, 467R, 467T, 467U, 467V, 467W, in the second schedule.

 

 

Appropriation of N142,458,475,286

5.

The sum mentioned in section 4 above, in the whole not exceeding the sum of N142,458,475,286 (One Hundred and Forty-Two Billion, Four Hundred and Fifty-Eight Million, Four Hundred and Seventy-Five Thousand, Two Hundred and Eighty – Six Naira) only shall be appropriated to the purposes and in the manner expressed in the Second Schedule.

 

 

Balance unissued to lapse.

6.

The monies granted by sections 2 and 5 are intended for the services in respect of which monies will become payable within the financial year ending on the 31st day of December, 2012 and no part of the amounts set out in the sections mentioned above shall be issued out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund after the end of the financial year mentioned above.

 

Interpretation

7.

In this Law; unless the context otherwise required:

“Accountant-General” means the Accountant-General of Bayelsa State of Nigeria, and

 

“Governor” means the Governor of Bayelsa State of Nigeria.

 

 

Citation and Commencement

18.

This Law may be cited as the Bayelsa State Appropriate Law, 2012 and shall come into force on the ………………………… day of ……………………………… 2012

 

 

 

SCHEDULE 1

RECURRENT EXPENDITURE

HEAD

TITLE

APPROPRIATION 2012

412-1

GOVERNMENT HOUSE

7,363,787,172

412-2

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR

1,231,780,172

413-1

GENERAL SERVICES (GOVERNOR’S OFFICE)

1,830,262,639

413-2

S.A. POLITICAL AFFAIRS

676,627,836

413-3

S.A. SECURITY

8,000,000

413-5

SKILLS ACQUISITION PROGRAMME

40,634,201

 

413-6

DIRECTORATE FOR PROJECT MONITORING AND IMPLEMENTATION BUREAU

 

121,538,923

413-7

S.A. INTER-PARTY RELATIONS

124,800,000

413-8

STATE INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL COMMISSION

215,049,417

413-9

S.A. EDUCATION (SECONDARY)

11,700,000

413-10

S.A. TERTIARY (EDUCATION)

6,800,000

413-11

S.A.  EDUCATION (PRIMARY)

36,200,000

413-12

S.A. INTER-GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

20,000,000

 

413-16

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR’S SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE, ABUJA

 

150,000,000

 

413-20

S.A. LEGAL MATTERS & CHIEF COUNSEL, GOVERNMENT HOUSE

 

377,800,000

413-21

MICRO CREDIT ADMINISTRATION AGENCY

50,000,000

413-22

POLITICAL & ECONOMIC AFFAIR BUREAU

44,694,020

 

413-23

OFFICE OF THE HEAD OF SERVICE (MANAGEMENT & WELFARE)

 

176,163,279

 

413-25

ESTABLISHMENT & TRAINING BUREAU (GOVERNOR’S OFFICE

 

664,112,443

413-26

BAYELSA STATE LIAISON OFFICE, LAGOS

96,491,425

413-27

BAYELSA STATE LIAISON OFFICE, ABUJA

103,750,359

413-28

BAYELSA STATE LIAISON OFFICE, PORT HARCOURT

98,341,216

413-29

HEAD OF SERVICE

96,400,000

413-30

TRADITIONAL RULERS COUNCIL

208,601,724

 

413-33

S.A. YOUTH EMPOWERMENT TRAINING AND REHABILITATION

 

320,600,000

413-37

S.S.A. LEGAL MATTERS (1)

72,900,000

413-40

S.S.A. DIASPORA AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL

12,400,000

143-44

S.S.A. SECURITY

6,000,000

143-46

S.S.A MEDIA & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

353,400,000

143-47

S.S.A. FINANCE AND BUDGET

3,000,000

143-48

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE ON URBAN REGENERATION

3,000,000

143-50

SECRETARY TO THE STATE GOVERNMENT OFFICE

294,614,030

143-51

PUBLIC SERVICE TRAINING INSTITUTE

27,515,931

143-52

SPECIAL DUTIES (WEST SENATORIAL DISTRICT)

236,056,843

143-53

DUE PROCESS & E-GOVERNANCE BUREAU)

127,487,271

143-54

SPECIAL DUTIES (EAST SENATORIAL DISTRICT)

231,608,546

143-55

SPECIAL DUTIES (CENTRAL SENATORIAL DISTRICT)

233,933,845

143-56

SPECIAL SERVICES BUREAU (GOVERNOR’S OFFICE)

20,508,864

143-57

EXCO SERVICES BUREAU (GOVERNOR’S OFFICE)

45,597,480

143-58

MINISTRY OF SPECIAL DUTIES (FEDERAL MATTERS)

99,216,136

143-59

GOVERNOR’S TECHNICAL TEAM

45,000,000

143-60

STATE PENSIONS BOARD

99,216,136

 

143-64

COMMITTEE ON DISTRIBUTION OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

 

6,000,000

143-68

PENSIONS INVESTMENT & DONORS FUNDS

3,000,000

143-72

SACA

149,700,000

143-74

TEACHER’S INVESTMENT AND DISCIPLINARY COUNCIL

96,985,672

143-75

S.S.A. EDUCATION INSPECTORATE AND POLICY

61,300,00

143-87

BAYELSA PROGRAM MONITORING COMMITTEE

244,500,00

143-89

S.S.A. LEGAL MATTERS (2)

3,000,000

143-90

S.S.A. INVESTMENT

3,000,000

413-91

S.S.A. LIAISON OFFICE ABUJA

21,400,000

 

413-92

S.S.A. ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS (DEPUTY- GOVERNOR)

 

3,000,000

413-93

S.S.A. SPECIAL DUTIES

3,000,000

413-94

S.S.A. IJAW NATIONAL AFFAIRS

3,000,000

 

413-95

S.S.A. DATA GATHERING & MANAGEMENT/LOCAL CONTENT

 

3,000,000

413-96

S.S.A. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

3,000,000

413-97

S.S.A. LANDS & SURVEY

3,000,000

413-98

S.S.A. TREASURY AND ACCOUNTS

66,020,000

 

413-99

S.A. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY & DATA

 

6,000,000

413-100

S.A. WOMEN MOBILIZATION

108,000,000

413-101

S.A. AGRICULTURE

40,000,000

413-102

S.A. STATE EMERGENCY & RELIEF

30,000,000

413-104

S.A. YOUTH MOBILIZATION

250,000,000

413-105

S.A. e-GOVERNANCE

45,000,000

413-123

BAYELSA STATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT PENSIONS BOARD

15,000,000

413-124

STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

60,000,000

414-1

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES

697,179,330

414-2

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

116,362,425

414-3

BAYELSA STATE OIL PALM LIMITED

194,409,000

414-4

SCHOOL TO LAND AUTHORITY

17,175,470

415

MINISTRY OF TRADE AND INVESTMENT

358,957,593

416-1

EDUCATION

471,217,807

416-2

BAYELSA STATE SCHOLARSHIP BOARD

53,927,456

416-3

BAYELSA STATE LIBRARY BOARD

17,107,198

 

416-4

BAYELSA STATE AGENCY FOR ADULT AND NON FORMAL EDUCATION

 

54,487,264

416-5

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS BOARD

5,803,851,836

416-6

NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY

5,016,166,079

416-8

UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION

3,472,367,310

416-9

BAYELSA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

1,717,679,734

417-1

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE

303,307,047

 

417-2

ADMINISTRATOR GENERAL AND PUBLIC TRUSTEE OFFICE

 

3,000,000

417-3

DIRECTORATE FOR CITIZEN’S RIGHT

3,000,000

418-1

MINISTRY OF FINANCE

185,447,906

418-2

OFFICE OF THE ACCOUNTANT GENERAL

449,049,001

418-3

BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE

306,467,979

418-4

DEBT MANAGEMENT OFFICE

20,000,000

418-5

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP OFFICE

10,000,000

418-6

MOFI

40,000,000

418-7

DONOR CO-ORDINATION OFFICE

3,000,000

419-1

MINISTRY OF HEALTH

2,071,600,114

419-2

BAYELSA STATE HOSPITALS MANAGEMENT BOARD

3,815,485,707

419-3

BAYELSA STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

593,916,939

419-4

BAYELSA STATE SCHOOL OF NURSING

257,245,293

419-5

LOCAL HEALTH SERVICE

3,000,000

419-6

BAYELSA AMBULANCE SERVICES

3,000,000

419-7

BAYELSA STATE HEALTH SERVICE SCHEME

3,000,000

419-8

HEALTH SYSTEM FUND PROJECT

3,000,000

419-9

NDU TEACHING HOSPITAL OKOLOBIRI

1,228,920,047

420

MINISTRY OF WORKS

334,376,270

420-2

BAYELSA TRANSPORT COMPANY

104,451,614

421-1

THE JUDICIARY

1,400,854,842

421-2

JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION

66,338,863

421-3

CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL

485,952,699

422

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

81,664,459

423-1

OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL (STATE)

96,948,724

 

423-2

OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL (LOCAL GOVERNMENTS)

 

49,892,446

 

424-1

MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, STRATEGY & ORIENTATION

 

498,647,645

424-2

GOVERNMENT PRINTING PRESS

57,843,759

424-3

COUNCIL FOR ARTS & CULTURE

236,841,546

424-4

NEWSPAPER CORPORATION

223,836,155

424-5

BAYELSA STATE BROADCASTING CORPORATION

353,252,137

424-6

BAYELSA STATE TELEVISION AUTHORITY

105,780,101

424-7

ARTS AND CULTURE BUREAU

31,814,242

425

LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE COMMISSION

48,000,000

426-1

MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT

528,733,263

426-2

ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION AUTHORITY

3,622,801,983

426-3

PARKS AND GARDEN COMMITTEE

72,000,000

427-1

HOUSING AND GARDEN COMMITTEE

199,507,106

 

427-2

BAYELSA STATE HOUSING & PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

 

57,929,014

427-3

OFFICE OF THE SURVEYOR-GENERAL

115,419,802

427-4

BAYELSA STATE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

215,973,732

 

428-1

BAYELSA STATE WOMEN AFFAIRS & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

261,242,957

428-2

PILGRIMS WELFARE BOARD

905,976,472

429-1

MINISTRY OF SPORTS DEVELOPMENT

1,349,128,158

429-2

BAYELSA STATE SPORT COUNCIL

876,278,531

430-1

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT

45,000,000

430

MINISTRY OF SPECIAL DUTIES

36,037,397

431-1

MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

 

300,649,970

431-2

FIRE SERVICE OFFICE

20,000,000

431-3

CRAFTS DEVELOPMENT CENTRES

17,600,000

432

MINISTRY OF STATE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT

45,000,000

 

432-1

MINISTRY OF FEDERAL TERRITORY AND THE PRESIDENCY

 

14,537,780

433-1

MINISTRY OF ENERGY

362,881,551

434-1

BAYELSA STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

4,718,900,692

 

434-2

BAYELSA STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY SERVICE COMMISSION

 

94,122,030

434-3

S.A. POLITICAL TO THE SPEAKER

6,000,000

434-4

S.A. LEGISLATIVE TO THE SPEAKER

6,000,000

434-5

S.A. SPECIAL DUTIES TO THE SPEAKER

6,000,000

435-1

BUDGET ECONOMIC PLANNING

1,642,100,291

435-2

BUDGET AND CONTROL OFFICE

192,941,084

435-4

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

12,000,000

435-5

STATISTICS DEPARTMENT

18,900,000

435-6

SEEFOR

65,000,000

436-1

MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES

196,231,075

436-2

WATER BOARD

450,245,122

 

437-1

MINISTRY OF EMPLOYMENT AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT

 

258,340,347

438-1

MINISTRY OF YOUTHS DEVELOPMENT

45,000,000

439-1

MINISTRY OF LAND AND SURVEY

45,000,000

440-1

MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND IJAW NATIONAL AFFAIRS

855,000,000

441-1

MINISTRY OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT

59,000,000

441-2

MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS

6,000,000

442-1

MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

45,000,000

443

MINISTRY OF SPECIAL PROJECTS

49,000,000

444

CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND CHARGES

28,143,000,000

 

GRAND TOTAL

95,699,044,828

 


 

SCHEDULE II

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

 

HEAD

450

 

Agriculture (Crops)

 

3,131,200,000

451

Livestock

320,000,000

452

Forestry

180,000,000

453

Fisheries

300,000,000

454

Industry

560,000,000

455

Power

9,113,640,591

457A

Transport

3,195,640,591

457B

Works

38,101,745,80

458

Education

23,738,979,952

459

Health

8,196,000,000

460

Information

2,597,900,000

461

Social Development

520,000,000

461A

Sports

4,935,000,000

461B

Community Development

7,603,000,000

461C

Youths

1,069,694,284

461D

Manpower Development

540,000,000

462

Water

2,051,680,000

463

Environment

2,149,000,000

464

Housing

3,762,764,987

465

Urban and Regional Planning

4,039,000,000

466

Survey and Mapping

1,869,000,000

467A

General Administration (Ministry of Justice)

1,090,000,000

467B

General Administration (Judiciary)

2,200,000,000

467C

General Administration (E-Governance)

1,010,000,000

467D

General Administration (Government House)

120,000,000

467E

General Administration (SSG)

2,420,000,000

467F

General Administration (Ministry of Assembly)

3,371,500,000

467G

General Administration (House of Assembly)

2,852,000,000

467H

General Administration (Office of the State Auditor General)

 

50,000,000

467I

General Administration (Local Government Service Commission)

 

25,000,000

467K

General Administration (West Senatorial District)

200,000,000

467M

General Administration (Min. of Special Duties)

2,587,553,000

467N

General Administration (Tourism Development)

3,080,000,000

467P

General Administration (Micro Credit Administration Agency)

 

905,000,000

467Q

General Administration (Ministry of Culture and Ijaw National Affairs)

 

483,317,192

467R

General Administration (Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital)

 

1,000,000,000

467U

General Administration (College of Health Technology)

400,000,000

467T

General Administration (Customary Court of Appeal)

735,500,000

467V

General Administration (Min. of Budget, Planning and Economy Management)

 

1,745,000,000

467W

General Administration (Hospital Management Board)

210,000,000

 

TOTAL

142,458,475,286

 


 

SCHEDULE III

Total Recurrent Expenditure                            =                      95,699,044,828

Total Capital Expenditure                                  =                      142,458,475,286

 

Grand Total                                                             =                      238,157,520,114

 

 

 

This printed impression has been carefully compared by me with the Bill which has passed the Bayelsa State House of Assembly and found by me to be a true and correctly printed copy of the said Bill.

 

 

…………………………………………….

Mr. AARON NICODEMUS TIMIYE

Clerk of the House

 

 

Assented the …………………………. day of …………………. 2012

 

 

               

…………………………………………………….

HON. HENRY SERIAKE DICKSON

Governor of Bayelsa State

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