Exclusive: Cross River Due Process And Price Intelligence Bureau 2019 Budget Is N1,049,093,337.97

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Due Process and Price Intelligence Bureau of Cross River State approved budget for 2019 is N1,049,093,337.97 only.

According to the Cross River State Chart of account 2019 (General Administration) of the State budget exclusively obtained by our newsroom, the approved sum N1,049,093,337.97 is exactly what was earmarked for 2018.

The office of the Director General (Barrister Alphonsus Ogar Eba) for fines and fees got N90,000,000.00, registration of contractors fees N55,000,000.00, fees and tenders documents N35,000,000.00.

Director General Cross River State Due Process and Price Intelligence Bureau, Barrister Alphonsus Ogar Eba.

The bureau’s recurrent expenditure is N44,093,337.97 while personnel cost is N32,018,637.97.

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