EFCC Set to Spend 2 Billion on Transportation
The budget of the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for 2020 has been disclosed and it has everyone shocked
The anti-graft agency has revealed that it will spend N2 billion to transport operatives for various activities
The transportation budget includes funds to transport operatives for local and international training programs
Nigerians caught a glimpse of the Economic Financial Crime Commission, EFCC’s budget for 2022, and everyone can’t stop talking about it.
According to Peoples Gazette, the anti-graft agency has budgeted about N2 billion to be spent on the transportation of operatives.
The budget includes transport funds for local and international training programs.
Peoples Gazette claims to have obtained a copy of the 2023 Appropriation Bill submitted to the National Assembly by President Muhammadu Buhari.
The bill reportedly shows that the anti-graft graft agency will spend N920,921,105 on transportation and travel.
This budget is excluding separate funds that have been allocated for international travel and training of the agency’s operatives.
For local transport and training, the EFCC plans to spend N81,316,531. Also, N700,201,435 is being budgeted for “local travels and transport others”.
Another N80,752,521 is estimated for “International travel: training” while “international travel: others” is expected to cost N58,650,618.
Nigeria’s 2020 budget currently has a deficit of N6.258 trillion and the government plans to borrow to finance it.