Exclusive Document: Cross River State 2020 Proposed Budget (General Sector)

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

As earlier reported our newsroom had obtained exclusively the Cross River State Government NGN1.116 trillion budget estimates for the 2020 fiscal year.

Governor Ben Ayade had in November presented the budget estimates tagged “Olimpotic Meristemasis” before the House of Assembly.

The budget has five sections namely general, law and justice, economic, regional and social.

This is the first of five series. Below is the general sector in two formats (zip file and slideshow) for download.

How to download

Click on the link to download the zip folder, then extract files. Note that if after download the file is not in order of precedence, change the sort option to by name from your device.

For the slideshow just watch and click on the dots (…) at the bottom right to see download option.


Part One: General Sector, Cross River State 2020 Proposed Budget (Zip File).


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