Oyetola Promises Improved Worker’s Welfare As He Presents N152.7bn 2019 Budget

 Governor, State of Osun, Mr Gboyega Oyetola on Thursday presented the state’s budget for 2019 fiscal year to the tune of N152, 756, 088, 830.00. The budget , which was tilted the “Budget of Hope”  has recurrent N15,870,175,600.00 10.39 while. N91,957,496,420.00 65.43 is capital expenditure. Presenting  the budget, Governor Oyetola described the 2019 budget as a unique one…”
Yusuf
December 27, 2018 6:41 pm
 Governor, State of Osun, Mr Gboyega Oyetola on Thursday presented the state’s budget for 2019 fiscal year to the tune of N152, 756, 088, 830.00.
The budget , which was tilted the “Budget of Hope”  has recurrent N15,870,175,600.00 10.39 while. N91,957,496,420.00 65.43 is capital expenditure.
Presenting  the budget, Governor Oyetola described the 2019 budget as a unique one because it is drawn from a carefully-crafted Development Document.
Oyetola vowed to that the Budget will be objectively and faithfully implemented , appealing to the people of the state
continue to cooperate with his government in the arduous task of transforming the State  into a State of pride.
The governor who promised to give priority to workers welfare vowed that the era of modulated salary had gone.
He said: ” this Budget is a product of the collective inputs of broad-based stakeholders, strategic thinking and world-class ideas on economic renewal and re-engineering. By its content and strategy, it is home-based, people-owned and 21st-Century-thinking propelled. By this strategy, the people have spoken and given direction on the way forward. This Budget of Hope is, therefore, a product of people’s hope. We shall put all measures in place to give life to the hope they expect.
“It is important to state that all the programmes and projects outlined and discussed in this presentation cannot be achieved by Government alone. I therefore seek the collaboration of the private sector, Development Partners, NGOs, Civil Society Organizations, among others, for better and effective implementation of this Budget. “
“Our activities will be guided by the highest regard for the people.  I, therefore, implore all the good people of the State of Osun to pray for the success of our administration in 2019.”
“Finally, I wish to appeal to our dear Honourable Members of the House of Assembly to give, as usual, speedy consideration to the Budget proposal so that its implementation can commence early enough in the new fiscal year.”
“We are determined to set the State of Osun on the path of real and time-tasted growth through unprecedented investment in the core sectors – agriculture, mining, tourism, commerce and industry, infrastructure, education, health and technology – to sustainably drive our economy.”
“To achieve this, we shall employ strategic thinking and planning, which experts aver are drivers of sustainable development. We shall hold The State of Osun Economic Summit in the First Quarter of next year to review our development blueprint with a view to coming out with a policy document that will drive our policies. “
“In spite of the biting country-wide economic dire straits and uncertainties, the State of Osun is still standing and gradually matching toward the path of development. It is evident that with patience on the part of our people and the doggedness on our part, the people of the State of Osun shall smile again.
The paradoxes of resource-challenged but prosperous nations like Israel and Malaysia, and resource-abundant but poor nations like ours, have proved beyond a doubt that prosperity and development answer more to focused and responsible leadership than abundant resources”.
“The former paradox – the Israel and Malaysia example – not only offers but confirms our staunch belief that, given the committed leadership this Administration is bringing to the table, and the unwavering following we have been getting from the citizenry, the State of Osun is poised to set the pace in economic independence. “
“We shall put strategies in place to further promote food security, employment and create wealth by investing heavily in agriculture, mining, infrastructure, commerce and industry, education and technology. We shall also introduce creative and prudent management of our resources, block leakages and eliminate wastages. We will assemble the brightest of the best minds to drives our policies. We will provide equitable opportunities and people-oriented governance. “
“We are committed to consolidating on the various ongoing projects and programmes by delivering on the following: Continuous investment in education, healthcare and social welfare;
Unwavering attention to security of lives and property; People-oriented and good governance system that is founded on zero tolerance for corruption;
Rebuilding, maintaining, and expanding infrastructure in water supply, electricity and road networks and to accelerate economic growth and job creation;
Promoting agriculture and food security and reform of land administration as bases for wealth creation and capital formation, while preserving and enhancing environmental management.
“The 2019 Budget which I am presenting today is the 28th Annual Budget since the State was carved out of the old Oyo State on 27th August, 1991.”
Reading the Governor’s budget presentation , the speaker of the House, Rt Honourable Najeem Salaam said that the presentation of the 2019 budget was significant being the first time that the Governor will perform such an exercise as the head of the executive
SUMMARY OF THE DRAFT 2019 ESTIMATES
Description Budget 2019 (N)
Percentage to Total (%)
REVENUE:
150,298,379,020.00
Personnel
36,928,416,810.00
24.18
Other Recurrent
15,870,175,600.00
10.39
Capital
91,957,496,420.00
65.43
Total
152,756,088,830.00
100
SUMMARY OF THE DRAFT 2019 REVENUE EXPENDITURE BY SECTORS
Description
Budget 2019 (N)
Percentage to Total Revenue (%)
Statutory Allocation
38,500,000,000.00
25.62%
Value Added Tax (VAT)
 11,400,000,000.00
7.58%
Excess Crude Oil
75,000,000.00
0.05%
Other Revenue from FAAC
1,100,000,000.00
0.73%
Personal taxes
      6,417,194,570.00
4.27%
Corporate taxes
      3,474,141,260.00
2.31%
Licences – General
      1,184,871,680.00
0.79%
Fees – General
    13,941,550,990.00
9.28%
Fines – General
         116,485,000.00
0.08%
Sales – General
         618,535,670.00
0.41%
Earnings –General
      2,342,302,950.00
1.56%
Rent on Government Buildings – Beneral
         254,826,500.00
0.17%
Rent on Land & Others – General
      1,211,030,000.00
0.81%
Repayment-General
    13,310,492,700.00
8.86%
Investment Income
         409,250,000.00
0.27%
Interest Earned
           59,899,000.00
0.04%
Re-Imbursement General
         637,000,000.00
0.42%
Domestic Aids
      3,370,000,000.00
2.24%
Foreign Aids
      2,400,000,000.00
1.60%
Domestic Grants
    14,794,319,897.00
9.84%
Foreign Grants
      8,382,409,380.00
5.58%
Transfers
                                –
4.27%
Internal Source
                                –
External Source
    26,299,069,423.00
17.50%
Total Projected Funds Available
 150,298,379,020.00
100%
(iii)       SUMMARY OF THE DRAFT 2019 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Description
Budget 2019 (N)
Percentage to Capital Expenditure (%)
Agriculture Sector
692,770,000.00
0.75%
Budget, Planning and Revenue Mobilization Sector
5,731,755,060.00
6.23%
Commerce and Industry Sector
702,849,070.00
0.76%
Education Sector
10,447,801,800.00
11.36%
Environment Sector
1,480,176,740.00
1.61%
Governance and Administration Sector
4, 196,101,000.00
4.56%
Health Sector
4,640,061,850.00
5.05%
Information and Communication Sector
66,000,000.00
0.07%
Infrastructure Sector
24,929,917,120.00
27.11%
Security Law and Justice Sector
382,515,130.00
0.42%
Social Development and Welfare Sector
695,820,460.00
0.76%
Water and Sanitation Sector
898,415,190.00
0.98%
Finance Sector
37,093,313,000. 00
40.34%
Total Capital Expenditure
91,957,496,420.00
100.00%

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