List of States That Gave Their 2022 Budgets Fanciful Names

List of States That Gave Their 2022 Budgets Fanciful Names

  • As another year commences in terms of government administration, some Nigerian states have drawn up their 2022 budgets
  • The governors, to give more meaning to their budgets, gave fanciful names to their programmes in the new year
  • Some of the names are: Budget of Economic Resilience, Budget of Wealth Consolidation and Recovery among others

In a display of semantic showmanship, some governors might have reverted to their dictionaries in christening their 2022 budgets.

The governors, while presenting the 2022 budgets, gave them fanciful names like Budget of Economic Recovery Through Industrialisation among others.

Some states have given fanciful names to their 2022 budgets
Some Nigerian states have given fanciful names to their 2022 budgets. Phot credit: Babajide Sanwo-Olu
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In this report, lists the states and the names they gave to their 2022 budgets.

States and names of their budgets

1. Cross River state - Budget of Conjugated Agglutination

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2. Ebonyi state - Budget of Latter Rain

3. Katsina state - Budget of Economic Resilience

4. Abia state - Budget of Economic Recovery Through Industrialisation

5. Enugu state - Budget of Sustained Growth and Consolidation

6. Anambra state - Budget of Continuity, Sustainability and Development

7. Imo state - Budget of Wealth Consolidation and Recovery

8. Ekiti state - Budget of Legacy Consolidation.

9. Lagos state - Budget of Consolidation.

10. Gombe state - Budget of Consolidation.

11. Rivers state - Budget of Consolidation.

12. Ogun state - Budget of Restoration

12. Ondo state - Budget of Economic Re-Engineering

13. Osun state - Budget of Sustainable Development

14. Akwa Ibom - Budget of Re-defining Standards

15. Bayelsa state - Budget of Sustainable Growth

16. Edo state - Budget of Renewal Hope and Growth

17. Adamawa state - Budget of Sustainable Hope

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18. Borno state - Budget of Hope for Post-Conflict Stability

19. Yobe state - Budget of Continuity, Empowerment and Accelerated Development.

20. Kogi state - Budget of Accelerated Result

21. Kwara state - Budget of Sustained Reformation for Inclusive Growth

22. Niger state - Budget of Prosperity and Sustainable Development

23. Benue state - Budget of Economic Advancement and Growth

24. Kano state - Budget of Consolidation and Prosperity

25. Kebbi state - Budget of Economic Consolidation.

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The road which was started and completed by the Mohammed-led administration was named after Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

The former vice president was present to commission the project on Thursday, November 25.

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Similarly, Akwa Ibom governor, Udom Emmanuel in September, commissioned four interconnected roads of 3.4 kilometres, in Shelter Afrique, a high-profile estate, as part of activities to mark the state's 34th anniversary.

The roads include General Koko Essien avenue, Barr. Enoidem avenue, David Lawrence crescent, and Nicholas Ekarika avenue, bringing the total number of internal roads constructed by the Emmanuel-led administration in the estate to sixteen.

Commissioning the projects, the governor said they symbolize a signature of his administration's infrastructure drive in the estate, as done across the state.


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