President Muhammadu Buhari has returned the controversy-ridden 2016 budget to the National Assembly, pointing out areas of concern in the document and demanding adjustment.
“I can confirm to you that we are in possession of the letter from the president identifying grey areas,” Mr. Namdas said.
He said the leadership of the House and that of the Senate as well as their respective relevant committees would meet on the development.
He, however, refused to mention the “grey areas” saying they would be made known to Nigerians in “due course”.
The National Assembly passed the budget on March 23 and later transmitted it to Mr. Buhari for assent.
Apparently with the omission of certain projects and addition of others not proposed by the Executive, Mr. Buhari has since withheld his assent.
One of such projects is the Lagos-Calabar rail project counted as a critical infrastrucural focus of the administration.
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