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PRESENTATION OF THE DETAILED ANALYSIS OF THE YEAR
2016 BUDGET OF EKITI STATE TO THE GENTLEMEN OF THE
PRESS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC BY THE HONOURABLE
COMMISSIONER, MINISTRY OF BUDGET AND ECONOMIC
PLANNING, CHIEF GBENGA OLAJIDE AT THE LADY JIBOWU
HALL, GOVERNMENT HOUSE, ADO-EKITI.
PROTOCOL
I wish to welcome you all to the presentation of the breakdown of year 2016
Budget of Ekiti State, which was approved by the Ekiti State House of Assembly and
subsequently signed into law on 15st
December, 2015 by His Excellency, the Executive
Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Peter Ayodele Fayose.
2. As you would recall, His Excellency, Dr. Peter Ayodele Fayose presented the
year 2016 draft budget christened “BUDGET OF PURPOSEFUL AND STRATEGIC
TRANSFORMATION” to the State House of Assembly on Tuesday, 8th
December,
2015. The prepared Budget size of N67,044,395,547.91 was made up of
N42,121,095,668.80 or 63% recurrent expenditure and N24,923,299,879.11 or 37%
was for capital expenditure. The same figure of N67,044,395,547.91 was passed by the
State House of Assembly due to the fact that the Honourable Members the House
Assembly were carried along in all the processes that took place in the preparation of
the 2016 Budget by my Ministry. This implies that in 2016 fiscal year, Ekiti State
Government is expected to spend a total sum of N67,044,395,547.91.
3. Ladies and Gentlemen, permit me to briefly review the performance of the 2015
Budget before I proceed to highlight the 2016 budget.
REVIEW OF YEAR 2015 BUDGET PERFORMANCE
TABLE SHOWING 2015 REVENUE PERFORMANCE
S/N. DETAILS
APPROVED
REVISED BUDGET
2015
ACTUAL
REVENUE
JAN-DEC.
2015
%
PERFOR-
MANCE
i. Federal Allocation 30,948,303,542.
35
25,166,811,012.
07
81%
ii. Internal Generated
Revenue (including
Parastatals)
9,465,427,095.4
7
7,648,013,827.7
6
81%
iii. VAT 6,660,360,510.4
0
7,217,080,765.7
9
108%
Transfer from Recurrent
Budget
6,958,290,802.3
5
0%
iv. Draw-Down-External
(Grants/Loans) 4,819,953,944.5
5
2,705,737,050.3
7
56%
v. MDG Conditional Grant
Schemes 2,400,000,000 600,000,000 25%
vi. Loan – Internal/Bond 10,000,000,000 - 0%
vii. Reimbursement from
Federal Government on
Road Projects
1,000,000,000
- 0%
viii
.
Ecological Fund 4,000,000,000 - 0%
ix. Excess Crude Oil Proceeds
+ Budget Differential 1,219,214,254.7
3
2,259,304,057.1
4
185%
x. Sundry Income: FAAC
Augmentation, Refund from
NNPC & Proceeds from
Sales of Fertilizer
1,890,356,766.4
8
1,180,479,139.4
4
62%
xi. Others:- Sundry Incomes
[SURE-P]
1,536,874,321.5
5
- 0%
xi. Others: Transfer from Prior
Fiscal Year. 6,843,542,431.7
6
- -
Total 80,784,032,867.
37
46,777,425,852.
57
58%
The table shows that a sum of N46,777,425,852.57 was the total actual revenue realized
as at 31st
December, 2015. This depicts 58% performance. The Internally Generated
Revenue recorded a performance of 81%. The Receipt from Statutory Allocation,
Value Added Tax and FAAC augmentation all together was N33,564,370,917.30. This
represents 72% performance.
3.2. N38,903,990,003.81 was the actual expenditure achieved as at 31st
December,
2015. This represents 48% performance. The actual recurrent expenditure as at 31st
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December, 2015 was N33,073,614,803.27 or 65% while capital expenditure was
N5,830,375,200.54 or 17%.
THE STRUCTURE OF YEAR 2016 BUDGET
4. The focus of the 2016 budget is to empower the citizens of Ekiti State in the quest
of Government to make poverty history. To this end, Government considers it as a
deliberate policy to put together all strategies geared towards direct grass root and
community empowerment. Another priority of the Budget is to complete all on-going
capital projects and incorporate the requests of the people of the state in-line with the six
(6) Cardinal Programmes of this Administration. The preparation of the Budget
involved wider consultations with Stakeholders. It is right to say that the 2016 Budget
reflects our collective aspirations for accelerated development across all sectors of the
economy. The 2016 budget process was driven by the Medium Term Expenditure
Framework (MTEF).
OBJECTIVES OF THE 2016 BUDGET
5. (i) Diversification of the economy from Federation Account Allocation
dependent to the exploitation of our natural endowments and widening our
tax base for the socio-economic development of our dear State and
exploitation of raw material (Solid Minerals);
(ii) No Pay cut and workers retrenchment;
(iii) Prompt payment of workers’ salaries and pensions to our retired senior
citizens;
(iv) Aggressive IGR drive;
(v) Radical approach to reducing the level of poverty among the citizenry
through provision of conducive environment for job creation and stomach
infrastructure facilities;
(vi) Completion of some stratregic on-going Capital Projects;
(vii) Effective supervision and monitoring of all Government Capital Projects to
enable Government get value on fund expended on projects;
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(viii) Improvement in socio-economic infrastructure such as rural/urban roads,
rural/urban water supply and rural electrification;
(ix) Improvement in the quality of Education through adequate funding of all
tiers of Education level;
(x) Promotion of economic activities through support and provision of loans
for Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSME);
(xi) Putting in place appropriate policies that would enhance effective, efficient
and well motivated public service to enhance high productivity and
promotion of industrial peace and harmony in the State.
(xii) Adherence to Due process through Budget discipline and effective
utilization of public fund;
(xiii) Increasing the effectiveness and functionality of all social services like
improving the quality of health care delivery, sound Education policy and
ICT driven economy; and
(xiv) Development of Agriculture so as to ensure provision of enabling
environment for food security and the growth of agro-based industries with
immense private sector participation.
YEAR 2016 REVENUE PROJECTIONS
6. The size of the year 2016 budget is N67,044,395,547.91. The expected revenue
shall accrue from the following sources:
5.1 TABLE SHOWING 2016 REVENUE PROJECTION
S/N. DETAILS APPROVED
BUDGET 2016
%
DISTRIBUTI
ON
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i. Federal Allocation 26,456,276,585.
94
39%
ii. Internal Generated Revenue
(including Parastatals) 9,865,566,893.3
2
15%
iii. VAT 5,850,000,000.0
0
9%
iv. Draw-Down-External
(Grants/Loans)
6,430,911,152.8
5
10%
v. MDG Conditional Grant
Schemes
600,000,000.00 1%
vi. Loan – Internal/Bond 10,000,000,000 15%
vii
.
Reimbursement from Federal
Government on Road Projects 1,000,000,000 1%
vii
i
Ecological Fund 1,400,000,000 2%
ix. Excess Crude Oil Proceeds +
Budget Differential 600,000,000 1%
x. Sundry Income: FAAC
Augmentation, Refund from
NNPC & Proceeds from Sales of
Fertilizer
2,341,640,915.8
0
3%
xi. Others:- Sundry Incomes [SURE-
P]
- 0%
xi. Others: Transfer from Prior
Fiscal Year. 2,500,000,000.0
0
4%
Total 67,044,395,547.
91
100%
From the above, a sum of N34,647,917,501.74 is expected from the Federation
Account, Value Added Tax and FAAC Augmentation. This represents 52% of the total
fund expected to service the 2016 budget.
5.2 On Internally Generated Revenue, it is the expectation of the State Government to
achieve a target of N9,865,566,893.32 this fiscal year. This is about 15% of the total
resources needed to finance 2016 Budget. All necessary machineries would be put in
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place to achieve this target. N10,000,000,000.00 is the loan component of the 2016
Budget. This represents 15% of the source of funding the 2016 Budget.
EXPENDITURE
6. This Head is made up of Recurrent and Capital Expenditure.
RECURRENT EXPENDITURE
6.1 A total sum of N42,121,095,668.80 has been earmarked for the recurrent
expenditure in the 2016 fiscal year. This represents 63% of the total Budget.
6.1.1 The table below shows how the funds earmarked for Recurrent Expenditure in the
2016 approved Budget are distributed:
S/N EXPENDITURE HEAD
APPROVED
ESTIMATES
2016
%
OF TOTAL
EXPENDITURE
2016
i. Personnel Cost 7,932,750,351.25 12%
ii. Other Charges 2,033,639,357.25 3%
iii. Recurrent Grants to Parastatals and
Tertiary Institutions
16,909,747,905.95 25%
iv. Transfer to Other Fund 2,982,892,685.84 4%
v. Consolidated Revenue Fund Charges 12,262,065,368.51 18%
TOTAL = 42,121,095,668.80 63%
A sum of N16,909,747,905.95 has been set aside for Government Parastatals and
Tertiary Institutions this fiscal year. Below is the list of the parastatals:
1. The Judiciary – N1,074,363,162.98
2. Judicial Service Commission – N95,191,992.00
3. Ekiti State Library Board – N14,600,298.19
4. Ekiti State Electricity Board – N94,965,497.96
5. College of Education, Ikere - Ekiti – N1,775,932,138.67
6. University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti – N2,309,817,550.56
7. University of Ado-Ekiti (Including
College of Medicine) – N2,673,333,333.33
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8. Teaching Service Commission – N7,329,799,272.28
9. Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State (BSES) – N162,540,385.49
10. Ekiti State Sports Council – N82,533,581.25
11. Ekiti United Football Club – N30,400,000.00
12. Ekiti State Housing Corporation – N74,430,397.31
13. Agricultural Development Project (ADP) – N182,047,478.68
14. SUBEB – N150,000,000.00
15. Ekiti State Water Corporation – N260,918,962.24
16. State Independent Electoral Commission (SIEC)– N70,000,000.00
17. College of Health Sciences, Ijero – Ekiti - N246,222,474.48
18. Ministry of Information, Youth & Sport Development- N10,318,333.33
19. Fountain Marketing Development Agency - N23,629,229.25
20. Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps - N7,200,000.00
21. Nigeria Legion - N2,000,000.00
7. The Government has equally made provision for the following services in the
2016 Budget:
1. Scholarship Scheme – N60,000,000.00
2. Grants to Secondary and Technical Schools – N275,569,292.68
3. Conduct of Schools Examination (including
Primary School Unified Exams) – N18,488,266.67
4. Feeding and Maintenance of Special Schools– N40,842,933.33
5. Volunteer Allowance _ N10,000,000.00
6. Health Intervention Funds – N5,533,333.33
7. Capacity Building Civil Servants/Teacher – N60,000,000.00
8. Cash and Materials Assistance to Disaster Victims – N25,000,000.00
9. Women Empowerment Programme – N50,000,000.00
10. Payment of Street Sweepers in Ado and Ikere-Ekiti N73,978,965.46
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11. Payment of Pensions & Gratuities - N5,069,940,133.00
(B.) CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
8. Gentlemen of the press, a total sum of N24,923,299,879.11 is to be expended on
capital projects this fiscal year. This represents 37% of the total budget. Below is the
total capital outlay of the 2016 budget:
ECONOMIC SECTOR
9. (a) Agriculture and rural Development – N343,639,199.00 1.37 %
(b) Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs)s and
Poverty Reduction – N190,350,000.00 0.76%
(c) Infrastructure N14,031,750,000.00 56.29%
Sub-Total Economic Sector = N14,565,739,199.00 58.44%
10. SOCIAL SERVICE SECTOR
(a) Education – N799,753,035.01 3.2%
(b) Health – N528,574,109.78 2.12%
(c) Information Services/Social Dev– N178,750,000.00 0.71 %
Sub-Total: Social Service Sector = N1,507,077,144.79 6.04%
11. ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR
(a) Town and Country Planning – N574,288,170.69 2.30%
(b) Sewage and Drainage – N460,250,000.00 1.84 %
(c) Emergency & Waste Management– N44,975,495.49 0.18%
Sub-Total: Environmental = N1,079,513,666.18 4.33%
12. ADMINISTRATIVE SECTOR
Administrative Sector – N3,560,228,403.13 14.28%
13. TOF Capital N4,210,831,466.01 16.89%
GRAND TOTAL = N24,923,299,879.11 100%
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ECONOMIC SECTOR
14. The Economic Sector comprises Agriculture and Rural Development, Small and
Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Poverty Reduction Programmes and Infrastructure. In
view of the pivotal role of this sector in the overall development of the State, a sum of
N14,565,739,199.00 has been allocated to this sector in the 2016 Budget, representing
58.44% of the total Capital Budget.
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
15. Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, you will agree with me that Agriculture is
an important component of Ekiti State Economy. The State is endowed with arable land
coupled with favourable climatic conditions suitable for several forms of Agricultural
Production. In view of this, the State Government has earmarked a total sum of
N343,639,199.00 for the various Agricultural and Rural Development activities in the
2016 Budget. This amount represents 1.37% of the total capital budget. Provisions are
made in 2013 budget for the following Agriculture and Rural Development Projects:
(i) Fadama – N12,250,000.00
(ii) Agricultural Development Programmes – N31,400,000.00
(iii) Establishment of Farm Settlements and
Farmers Development Agency – N33,250,000.00
(iv) Fountain Marketing Development Agency – N4,250,000.00
SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES AND POVERTY
ALLEVIATION
16. There is no gain saying that the engine of Development in any Economy is the
level of Commercial and Industrial activities engaged in by the people. It is the
determination of this Government to provide enabling environment that would promote
micro, small and medium scale Industries in the State.
To this end, a sum of N190,350,000.00 or 0.76% has been allocated to this sub-
sector in the 2016 budget. This amount is distributed among the following heads:
17. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES – N95,500,000.00. Some of the notable
projects to be executed are as follow:
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(i) One Stop Shop – N5,000,000.00
(ii) Establishment of Truck Shop at Omuo-Oke Ekiti
and Itawure - N30,000,000.00
(iii) Establishment of Enterprise Zone/
Industrial Cluster across the State - N10,000,000.00
18. BUREAU OF TOURISM, ART AND CULTURE
Tourism remains the world largest and fastest growing Industry that if properly
managed, has the potential to alleviate poverty and protect our natural resources. We are
all aware that Ekiti State is naturally endowed with many Tourist Centers, which if
properly developed can enhance the internally generated revenue capacity of the State.
This is the reason why a total sum of N48,750,000,000 is earmarked in the 2016 Budget
for the Development of Tourist Centres in the State. Some of the provisions are
highlighted below:
(i) Development of Monument (Palace Arts, Antiquite,
Statutes, Caves, Rock) - N10,000,000.00
(ii) Procurement of recording and editing equipment
for the Bureau of Arts, Culture and Tourism - N10,000,000.00
(iii) Provision of Skill Acquisition facilities to
hospitality establishment - N3,500,000.00
19. OTHERS: SMEs AND POVERTY REDUCTION
This Government is determined to fund adequately through the 2016 Budget, the
various poverty alleviation programmes to improve the standard of living of our people.
Some of the schemes are listed below:
(i) Ekiti Enterprise Development Agency – N5,000,000.00
(ii) Ekiti State Mineral Resources Devt Agency – N33,000,000.00
20. INFRASTRUCTURE
The performance of any Government is largely measured by its success in the
area of water, electricity, housing and good roads. This is the reason why the State
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Government has placed high premium on infrastructural development, across the State.
Therefore, a sum of N14,031,750,000 or 56.29% of the total Capital Budget is
earmarked for this purpose. Some of the schemes are listed here-below:
- Completion of On-going Projects - 1,000,000,000.00
- Construction of Ultra Modern Market (Oja - Oba) - 2,000,000,000.00
- Construction of Airport - 1,500,000,000.00
- Construction of overhead bridge/Flyover bridge
at Ado – Ekiti - 6,000,000,000.00
- 1km dual carriage way at Emure, Ise, Efon, Omuo
and Ikole township - 650,000,000.00
- Patching of Ekiti Roads (Iropora-Ara-Epe-Ijero, Awo-Ara-
-Ijero, Ilupeju-Ire, Osi-Epe, Iworoko-Are-Afao) - 400,000,000.00
21. WATER CORPORATION
Water is very important to human existence. The need to ensure that this God
given gift is made available across the nooks and crannies of the State informed the
provision of a sum of N542,250,000.00 for Water Corporation for its capital expenditure
in 2016 budget. Out of this amount, a sum of N150,000,000.00 is earmarked for
rehabilitation, sustainability and maintenance of various water schemes in the State and
another sum of N130,000,000.00 for the Ero Water Supply Project. The Rural Water
Supply will also receive the attention of Government. A provision of N41,250,000.00
has been set aside for this purpose.
22. ELECTRIFICATION PROJECTS
Distinguished audience, we are all aware of the importance of electricity in the
economic and Industrial development of a State. In view of this, the State Government
will not relent in its efforts to reduce problems associated with electricity supply in the
State. A sum of N120,500,000.00 has been set aside for the completion of all ongoing
electrification projects. This Government has also set aside a sum of N10,000,000.00 for
the purchase and installation of more transformers which will be distributed to critical
areas of need in the State. N24,000,000.00 shall also be expended on Rural
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Electrification projects in the State while the re-construction of Ado Ekiti Street
Light/Beautification will also gulp a sum of N10,000,000.00.
23. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
As you all know, the world has become a global village due to information
technology advancement. This Government in its quest to institute a technologically
driven workforce that would be more effective in responding to the needs of the people,
has earmarked a sum of N75,000,000.00 to be expended on Information and
Communication Technology. Out of this amount a sum of N25,000,000.00 is for
Softwares Application, while the sum of N2,500,000.00 would be expended on Data
Centre.
24. SOCIAL SERVICES SECTOR
Gentlemen of the Press, Ladies and Gentlemen, one of the cardinal programmes
of this Administration is the provision of social services for the generality of the people
of Ekiti State. To this end a sum of N1,507,077,144.79 or 6.04% of the total capital
budget is allocated to this sector. This sector comprises Education, Health, Information
Services and Social Development.
25. EDUCATION
Education is one of the key six (6) Cardinal Programmes of this Government.
This is born out of the fact that education is the Industry of Ekiti and this was
demonstrated by the Governor by reducing the fees paid by students of the University of
Ado-Ekiti and students of the College of Health Science and Technology, Ijero - Ekiti.
Government has equally directed other State institutions not to increase their Tuition
Fees. We don’t want to over-burden the parents and we want to promote peace in our
institutions and put a total stop to incessant student crisis. To this end, Education shall
be well-funded by this Administration in the 2016 fiscal year. A total sum of
N799,753,035.01 or 3.20% has been earmarked to Education sub-sector in the 2016
Capital Budget. The breakdown of budgetary provision for Education sector are as
follows:
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26 Main Ministry of Education
A provision of N411,253,035.01 is for capital expenditure of the Ministry of
Education, Science and Technology in the 2016 budget. Few of the capital projects of
the Ministry are:
(i) Purchase of Science Equipment to 183 Schools – N100,000,000.00
(ii) Renovation of dilapidated class-rooms
and hostels in 5 Government Colleges at Ado,
Ikere, Oye, Usi and Efon – N50,000,000.00
(iii) Construction of Area Education Offices – N35,000,000.00
Education Parastatals
27. The under listed parastatals under the Ministry of Education will receive the
following funds for their capital projects in the year 2016.
(i) Library Board – N16,500,000.00
(ii) State Scholarship Board – N1,000,000.00
(iii) State Universal Basic Education (SUBEB) – N51,250,000.00
(iv) Board for Technical and Vocational
Education (BTVE) – N51,250,000.00
(v) Agency for Adult and Non-Formal
Education – N24,250,000.00
(vi) Ekiti State University Ado – Ekiti - N123,500,000.00
(vii) College of Education, Ikere – Ekiti - N86,000,000.00
(viii) Teaching Service Commission - N22,000,000.00
(ix) Education Trust Fund - N2,500,000.00
HEALTH
28. One of the priority area of this Government is the provision of qualitative health
for the citizens of the State. Consequently, a sum of N528,574,109.78 has been
earmarked in the Capital Vote for the health sector in the 2016 Capital Budget. This
represents 2.12% of the total Capital Budget. Out of this amount, a sum of
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N193,304,140.82 is for various health activities under the Ministry of Health. Some of
the activities are listed below:
(i) Renovation of 18 Secondary facilities to meet
Essential System and Services Package (ESSP)
Standard, including thunder arrestors, 60KVA
Generator, incenerators and purpose-built
pharmacy unit in 3 State Specialist Hospitals and
5 General Hospitals (Iyin, Ayede & Aramoko - N41,304,140.82
(ii) Implementation of NHIS - N60,000,000.00
(iii) Construction, Furnishing and Equiping of State
Public Health Laboratory - N20,000,000.00
(iv) Payment for outstanding debt for Upgrading and
Development of 6 State Specialist Hospitals/
General Hospitals - N30,000,000.00
29. CAPITAL PROVISIONS FOR OTHER PARASTATALS IN THE
HEALTH SECTOR
(i) University Teaching Hospital – N109,652,366.18
(ii) Primary Health Care – N55,000,000.00
(iii) Central Medical Store(UDRF) – N10,965,236.60
(iv) Hospitals Management Board – N109,652,366.18
INFORMATION AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
30. Ladies and gentlemen, this Government is not unaware of various problems
confronting this sub-sector. To this end, a sum of N178,750,000.00 is allocated to this
Sector in the 2016 budget. Out of which a sum of N72,500,000.00 is for Broadcasting
Service of Ekiti State (BSES). Some of the projects that will be done in the Corporation
are:
(i) Procurement & Installation of 20KW BE Solid State FM
Transmitter State of Arts Studio equipment and
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Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) for FM Radio - N27,500,000.00
(ii) 20KW Harris Solid State TV transmitter - N22,500,000.00
MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND CIVIC
ORIENTATION
31. The sum of N19,750,000.00 was allocated to the Ministry of Information and
Government Printing Press out of which a sum of N10,000,000.00 is for Printing of
Calendars/Diaries and Coloured Publications, N1,500,000.00 for Rebranding /
Sensitization and Mobilization, N1,000,000.00 for Production of Official Gazette. Let
me mention here that this Government recognises the objective reporting of the print
and electronic medias in the State. We shall continue to support these organisations
whenever the need arises.
SPORTS COUNCIL
32. This Department of Government is allocated a sum of N11,000,000.00 out of
which N6,000,000.00 is for Grassroot sport development and sports equipment.
N4,000,000.00 is for Sports Development and Equipment and a sum of N1,000,000.00
is earmarked for the purchase of office equipment and furniture.
MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS, GENDER EMPOWERMENT
AND SOCIAL WELFARE
33. This Administration is highly sensitive to gender issue. This is why a sum of
N75,500,000.00 is allocated to this sub-sectorin the 2016 Budget. This Administration
accord priorities to the welfare of the less privileged citizens in our society. Gentlemen
of the Press, permit me to mention few of the proposed commitments of this
Administration in this sector:
(i) Implementation of Multiple Birth trust Fund –
N5,000,000.00.
(ii) Women Development Centre, Igede - Ekiti – N5,000,000.00
(iii) Women and Children Survival Intervention like
OVC, Gender issues projects, CEDAW, HIV/AIDS,
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NAPTIP etc. – N4,000,000.00
ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR
34. Ladies and Gentlemen, it is the determination of this Administration to ensure a
cleaner environment that would promote a healthy living. A sum of N1,079,513,666.18
or 4.33% of the total capital expenditure is earmarked in the 2016 Budget to achieve
this purpose. This sector comprises Forestry, Town and country Planning, Sewage and
Drainage, Emergency and Waste Management.
Town and Country Planning
35. A sum of N574,288,170.69 or 2.3% of the total Capital Budget is allocated to this
sub-sector in 2016 budget. Some of the capital projects listed for execution are:
(i) Land Acquisition and payment of compensation – N200,000,000.00
(ii) Automation and Compensation – N50,000,000.00
(iii) Development of Medium Density Residential
Estates along Ado-Ikere Road – N4,000,000.00
(iv) Development of Agric Olope, Ijero – Ekiti &
Iworoko Road Residential Estate - N15,000,000.00
(v) Provision of Infrastructure such as: Electrification
of Estates, Construction of roads and completion
of shopping complex – N65,000,000.00
(vi) Cadastral Survey of all Local Government Head
Quarters & other Urban Centres - N20,000,000.00
(vii) Redevelopments of markets in at least three
senatorial districts in Ekiti State - N36,000,000.00
(viii) Provision of Public Parking spaces e.g at Oke
Ori Omi in Ado – Ekiti and any other suitable
places within the city of Ado – Ekiti - N20,000,000.00
Sewage and Drainage
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36 This Sub-Sector will receive a total sum of N460,250,000.00 or 1.84% of 2016
Capital Budget. Some of the activities and the amount allocated to them are:
(i) Channelisation /Concrete lining of storm and
Natural Water Channels – N130,000,000.00
(ii) Feasibility Studies of Ecologically devastated areas – N20,000,000.00
(iii) Flood and erosion control works in critical
areas in Ekiti State – N350,000,000.00
Emergency and Waste Management
37. A sum of N44,975,495.49 or 0.18% has been allocated to this sub sector in
the 2016 Budget. Some of the projects to be done under this sub-sector are
highlighted below:
(i) Purchase of bulldozers, compactor trucks and
other waste management vehicles/equipment - N23,400,000.00
(iii) Purchase of Waste Management light tools:
Plants, Equipment and Sanitary Wares – N5,000,000.00
ADMINISTRATIVE SECTOR
38. Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, it is expedient to note that General
Administration has always been responsible for the central co-ordination of all activities
of Government. To this end, a sum of N3,560,228,403.13 or 16.89% of the total
Budget is earmarked for this sector in the current year. The following arms of
Government are adequately taken care of under the Administrative Sector.
Judiciary and Legislative Arms of Government
39. Ladies and Gentlemen, this administration places high premium on the welfare of
our judicial and legislative arms with a view to ensuring that they dispense their duties
judiciously. The welfare of supporting staff in the afore-mentioned offices shall also
receive Government attention. Some of the key projects listed for execution in the 2016
are:
(a) Judiciary
(i) Construction of New Judiciary Headquarters at
Ado-Ekiti Phase 1 - N50,000,000.00
17
(ii) Purchase of Vehicles – N10,000,000.00
(iii) Renovation of High Court buildings in other 7
Judicial Divisions – N35,00,000.00
(iv) Office Equipment and Furniture – N10,000,000.00
(v) Renovation of Magistrate Courts at 19 Magisterial
Districts – N10,000,000.00
(vi) Purchase of 27kva Sound Proof Generator Set for
Hon. Judges of Ekiti State - N10,000,000.00
(b) House of Assembly
(i) Completion of the New Administrative Building N30,000,000.00
(iii) Purchase of Office Furniture & Equipment – N30,000,000.00
(iv) Purchase of Vehicles and Motorcycles – N62,000,000.00
(v) Printing of Diaries, Calendars and other souvenirs – N12,000,000.00
CONCLUSION
40. Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2016 detailed budget analysis just
presented represents the plan, policies and programmes that this Administration
designed to achieve its 6 Cardinal Programmes. I enjoin the press to join hands with the
State Government to educate and inform the people of the State adequately on what
Government has in stock for them.
I wish to thank you once again for your patience and to invite your contributions,
questions, comments and observations on the year 2016 budget analysis just presented
to you.
May God bless you all.
GBENGA OLAJIDE
HONOURABLE COMMISSIONER,
MINISTRY OF BUDGET AND ECONOMIC PLANNING,
ADO-EKITI.
18

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Ekiti State 2016 Budget Analysis

  • 1. PRESENTATION OF THE DETAILED ANALYSIS OF THE YEAR 2016 BUDGET OF EKITI STATE TO THE GENTLEMEN OF THE PRESS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC BY THE HONOURABLE COMMISSIONER, MINISTRY OF BUDGET AND ECONOMIC PLANNING, CHIEF GBENGA OLAJIDE AT THE LADY JIBOWU HALL, GOVERNMENT HOUSE, ADO-EKITI. PROTOCOL I wish to welcome you all to the presentation of the breakdown of year 2016 Budget of Ekiti State, which was approved by the Ekiti State House of Assembly and subsequently signed into law on 15st December, 2015 by His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Peter Ayodele Fayose. 2. As you would recall, His Excellency, Dr. Peter Ayodele Fayose presented the year 2016 draft budget christened “BUDGET OF PURPOSEFUL AND STRATEGIC TRANSFORMATION” to the State House of Assembly on Tuesday, 8th December, 2015. The prepared Budget size of N67,044,395,547.91 was made up of N42,121,095,668.80 or 63% recurrent expenditure and N24,923,299,879.11 or 37% was for capital expenditure. The same figure of N67,044,395,547.91 was passed by the State House of Assembly due to the fact that the Honourable Members the House Assembly were carried along in all the processes that took place in the preparation of the 2016 Budget by my Ministry. This implies that in 2016 fiscal year, Ekiti State Government is expected to spend a total sum of N67,044,395,547.91. 3. Ladies and Gentlemen, permit me to briefly review the performance of the 2015 Budget before I proceed to highlight the 2016 budget. REVIEW OF YEAR 2015 BUDGET PERFORMANCE TABLE SHOWING 2015 REVENUE PERFORMANCE S/N. DETAILS APPROVED REVISED BUDGET 2015 ACTUAL REVENUE JAN-DEC. 2015 % PERFOR- MANCE
  • 2. i. Federal Allocation 30,948,303,542. 35 25,166,811,012. 07 81% ii. Internal Generated Revenue (including Parastatals) 9,465,427,095.4 7 7,648,013,827.7 6 81% iii. VAT 6,660,360,510.4 0 7,217,080,765.7 9 108% Transfer from Recurrent Budget 6,958,290,802.3 5 0% iv. Draw-Down-External (Grants/Loans) 4,819,953,944.5 5 2,705,737,050.3 7 56% v. MDG Conditional Grant Schemes 2,400,000,000 600,000,000 25% vi. Loan – Internal/Bond 10,000,000,000 - 0% vii. Reimbursement from Federal Government on Road Projects 1,000,000,000 - 0% viii . Ecological Fund 4,000,000,000 - 0% ix. Excess Crude Oil Proceeds + Budget Differential 1,219,214,254.7 3 2,259,304,057.1 4 185% x. Sundry Income: FAAC Augmentation, Refund from NNPC & Proceeds from Sales of Fertilizer 1,890,356,766.4 8 1,180,479,139.4 4 62% xi. Others:- Sundry Incomes [SURE-P] 1,536,874,321.5 5 - 0% xi. Others: Transfer from Prior Fiscal Year. 6,843,542,431.7 6 - - Total 80,784,032,867. 37 46,777,425,852. 57 58% The table shows that a sum of N46,777,425,852.57 was the total actual revenue realized as at 31st December, 2015. This depicts 58% performance. The Internally Generated Revenue recorded a performance of 81%. The Receipt from Statutory Allocation, Value Added Tax and FAAC augmentation all together was N33,564,370,917.30. This represents 72% performance. 3.2. N38,903,990,003.81 was the actual expenditure achieved as at 31st December, 2015. This represents 48% performance. The actual recurrent expenditure as at 31st 2
  • 3. December, 2015 was N33,073,614,803.27 or 65% while capital expenditure was N5,830,375,200.54 or 17%. THE STRUCTURE OF YEAR 2016 BUDGET 4. The focus of the 2016 budget is to empower the citizens of Ekiti State in the quest of Government to make poverty history. To this end, Government considers it as a deliberate policy to put together all strategies geared towards direct grass root and community empowerment. Another priority of the Budget is to complete all on-going capital projects and incorporate the requests of the people of the state in-line with the six (6) Cardinal Programmes of this Administration. The preparation of the Budget involved wider consultations with Stakeholders. It is right to say that the 2016 Budget reflects our collective aspirations for accelerated development across all sectors of the economy. The 2016 budget process was driven by the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF). OBJECTIVES OF THE 2016 BUDGET 5. (i) Diversification of the economy from Federation Account Allocation dependent to the exploitation of our natural endowments and widening our tax base for the socio-economic development of our dear State and exploitation of raw material (Solid Minerals); (ii) No Pay cut and workers retrenchment; (iii) Prompt payment of workers’ salaries and pensions to our retired senior citizens; (iv) Aggressive IGR drive; (v) Radical approach to reducing the level of poverty among the citizenry through provision of conducive environment for job creation and stomach infrastructure facilities; (vi) Completion of some stratregic on-going Capital Projects; (vii) Effective supervision and monitoring of all Government Capital Projects to enable Government get value on fund expended on projects; 3
  • 4. (viii) Improvement in socio-economic infrastructure such as rural/urban roads, rural/urban water supply and rural electrification; (ix) Improvement in the quality of Education through adequate funding of all tiers of Education level; (x) Promotion of economic activities through support and provision of loans for Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSME); (xi) Putting in place appropriate policies that would enhance effective, efficient and well motivated public service to enhance high productivity and promotion of industrial peace and harmony in the State. (xii) Adherence to Due process through Budget discipline and effective utilization of public fund; (xiii) Increasing the effectiveness and functionality of all social services like improving the quality of health care delivery, sound Education policy and ICT driven economy; and (xiv) Development of Agriculture so as to ensure provision of enabling environment for food security and the growth of agro-based industries with immense private sector participation. YEAR 2016 REVENUE PROJECTIONS 6. The size of the year 2016 budget is N67,044,395,547.91. The expected revenue shall accrue from the following sources: 5.1 TABLE SHOWING 2016 REVENUE PROJECTION S/N. DETAILS APPROVED BUDGET 2016 % DISTRIBUTI ON 4
  • 5. i. Federal Allocation 26,456,276,585. 94 39% ii. Internal Generated Revenue (including Parastatals) 9,865,566,893.3 2 15% iii. VAT 5,850,000,000.0 0 9% iv. Draw-Down-External (Grants/Loans) 6,430,911,152.8 5 10% v. MDG Conditional Grant Schemes 600,000,000.00 1% vi. Loan – Internal/Bond 10,000,000,000 15% vii . Reimbursement from Federal Government on Road Projects 1,000,000,000 1% vii i Ecological Fund 1,400,000,000 2% ix. Excess Crude Oil Proceeds + Budget Differential 600,000,000 1% x. Sundry Income: FAAC Augmentation, Refund from NNPC & Proceeds from Sales of Fertilizer 2,341,640,915.8 0 3% xi. Others:- Sundry Incomes [SURE- P] - 0% xi. Others: Transfer from Prior Fiscal Year. 2,500,000,000.0 0 4% Total 67,044,395,547. 91 100% From the above, a sum of N34,647,917,501.74 is expected from the Federation Account, Value Added Tax and FAAC Augmentation. This represents 52% of the total fund expected to service the 2016 budget. 5.2 On Internally Generated Revenue, it is the expectation of the State Government to achieve a target of N9,865,566,893.32 this fiscal year. This is about 15% of the total resources needed to finance 2016 Budget. All necessary machineries would be put in 5
  • 6. place to achieve this target. N10,000,000,000.00 is the loan component of the 2016 Budget. This represents 15% of the source of funding the 2016 Budget. EXPENDITURE 6. This Head is made up of Recurrent and Capital Expenditure. RECURRENT EXPENDITURE 6.1 A total sum of N42,121,095,668.80 has been earmarked for the recurrent expenditure in the 2016 fiscal year. This represents 63% of the total Budget. 6.1.1 The table below shows how the funds earmarked for Recurrent Expenditure in the 2016 approved Budget are distributed: S/N EXPENDITURE HEAD APPROVED ESTIMATES 2016 % OF TOTAL EXPENDITURE 2016 i. Personnel Cost 7,932,750,351.25 12% ii. Other Charges 2,033,639,357.25 3% iii. Recurrent Grants to Parastatals and Tertiary Institutions 16,909,747,905.95 25% iv. Transfer to Other Fund 2,982,892,685.84 4% v. Consolidated Revenue Fund Charges 12,262,065,368.51 18% TOTAL = 42,121,095,668.80 63% A sum of N16,909,747,905.95 has been set aside for Government Parastatals and Tertiary Institutions this fiscal year. Below is the list of the parastatals: 1. The Judiciary – N1,074,363,162.98 2. Judicial Service Commission – N95,191,992.00 3. Ekiti State Library Board – N14,600,298.19 4. Ekiti State Electricity Board – N94,965,497.96 5. College of Education, Ikere - Ekiti – N1,775,932,138.67 6. University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti – N2,309,817,550.56 7. University of Ado-Ekiti (Including College of Medicine) – N2,673,333,333.33 6
  • 7. 8. Teaching Service Commission – N7,329,799,272.28 9. Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State (BSES) – N162,540,385.49 10. Ekiti State Sports Council – N82,533,581.25 11. Ekiti United Football Club – N30,400,000.00 12. Ekiti State Housing Corporation – N74,430,397.31 13. Agricultural Development Project (ADP) – N182,047,478.68 14. SUBEB – N150,000,000.00 15. Ekiti State Water Corporation – N260,918,962.24 16. State Independent Electoral Commission (SIEC)– N70,000,000.00 17. College of Health Sciences, Ijero – Ekiti - N246,222,474.48 18. Ministry of Information, Youth & Sport Development- N10,318,333.33 19. Fountain Marketing Development Agency - N23,629,229.25 20. Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps - N7,200,000.00 21. Nigeria Legion - N2,000,000.00 7. The Government has equally made provision for the following services in the 2016 Budget: 1. Scholarship Scheme – N60,000,000.00 2. Grants to Secondary and Technical Schools – N275,569,292.68 3. Conduct of Schools Examination (including Primary School Unified Exams) – N18,488,266.67 4. Feeding and Maintenance of Special Schools– N40,842,933.33 5. Volunteer Allowance _ N10,000,000.00 6. Health Intervention Funds – N5,533,333.33 7. Capacity Building Civil Servants/Teacher – N60,000,000.00 8. Cash and Materials Assistance to Disaster Victims – N25,000,000.00 9. Women Empowerment Programme – N50,000,000.00 10. Payment of Street Sweepers in Ado and Ikere-Ekiti N73,978,965.46 7
  • 8. 11. Payment of Pensions & Gratuities - N5,069,940,133.00 (B.) CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 8. Gentlemen of the press, a total sum of N24,923,299,879.11 is to be expended on capital projects this fiscal year. This represents 37% of the total budget. Below is the total capital outlay of the 2016 budget: ECONOMIC SECTOR 9. (a) Agriculture and rural Development – N343,639,199.00 1.37 % (b) Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs)s and Poverty Reduction – N190,350,000.00 0.76% (c) Infrastructure N14,031,750,000.00 56.29% Sub-Total Economic Sector = N14,565,739,199.00 58.44% 10. SOCIAL SERVICE SECTOR (a) Education – N799,753,035.01 3.2% (b) Health – N528,574,109.78 2.12% (c) Information Services/Social Dev– N178,750,000.00 0.71 % Sub-Total: Social Service Sector = N1,507,077,144.79 6.04% 11. ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR (a) Town and Country Planning – N574,288,170.69 2.30% (b) Sewage and Drainage – N460,250,000.00 1.84 % (c) Emergency & Waste Management– N44,975,495.49 0.18% Sub-Total: Environmental = N1,079,513,666.18 4.33% 12. ADMINISTRATIVE SECTOR Administrative Sector – N3,560,228,403.13 14.28% 13. TOF Capital N4,210,831,466.01 16.89% GRAND TOTAL = N24,923,299,879.11 100% 8
  • 9. ECONOMIC SECTOR 14. The Economic Sector comprises Agriculture and Rural Development, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Poverty Reduction Programmes and Infrastructure. In view of the pivotal role of this sector in the overall development of the State, a sum of N14,565,739,199.00 has been allocated to this sector in the 2016 Budget, representing 58.44% of the total Capital Budget. AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES 15. Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, you will agree with me that Agriculture is an important component of Ekiti State Economy. The State is endowed with arable land coupled with favourable climatic conditions suitable for several forms of Agricultural Production. In view of this, the State Government has earmarked a total sum of N343,639,199.00 for the various Agricultural and Rural Development activities in the 2016 Budget. This amount represents 1.37% of the total capital budget. Provisions are made in 2013 budget for the following Agriculture and Rural Development Projects: (i) Fadama – N12,250,000.00 (ii) Agricultural Development Programmes – N31,400,000.00 (iii) Establishment of Farm Settlements and Farmers Development Agency – N33,250,000.00 (iv) Fountain Marketing Development Agency – N4,250,000.00 SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION 16. There is no gain saying that the engine of Development in any Economy is the level of Commercial and Industrial activities engaged in by the people. It is the determination of this Government to provide enabling environment that would promote micro, small and medium scale Industries in the State. To this end, a sum of N190,350,000.00 or 0.76% has been allocated to this sub- sector in the 2016 budget. This amount is distributed among the following heads: 17. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES – N95,500,000.00. Some of the notable projects to be executed are as follow: 9
  • 10. (i) One Stop Shop – N5,000,000.00 (ii) Establishment of Truck Shop at Omuo-Oke Ekiti and Itawure - N30,000,000.00 (iii) Establishment of Enterprise Zone/ Industrial Cluster across the State - N10,000,000.00 18. BUREAU OF TOURISM, ART AND CULTURE Tourism remains the world largest and fastest growing Industry that if properly managed, has the potential to alleviate poverty and protect our natural resources. We are all aware that Ekiti State is naturally endowed with many Tourist Centers, which if properly developed can enhance the internally generated revenue capacity of the State. This is the reason why a total sum of N48,750,000,000 is earmarked in the 2016 Budget for the Development of Tourist Centres in the State. Some of the provisions are highlighted below: (i) Development of Monument (Palace Arts, Antiquite, Statutes, Caves, Rock) - N10,000,000.00 (ii) Procurement of recording and editing equipment for the Bureau of Arts, Culture and Tourism - N10,000,000.00 (iii) Provision of Skill Acquisition facilities to hospitality establishment - N3,500,000.00 19. OTHERS: SMEs AND POVERTY REDUCTION This Government is determined to fund adequately through the 2016 Budget, the various poverty alleviation programmes to improve the standard of living of our people. Some of the schemes are listed below: (i) Ekiti Enterprise Development Agency – N5,000,000.00 (ii) Ekiti State Mineral Resources Devt Agency – N33,000,000.00 20. INFRASTRUCTURE The performance of any Government is largely measured by its success in the area of water, electricity, housing and good roads. This is the reason why the State 10
  • 11. Government has placed high premium on infrastructural development, across the State. Therefore, a sum of N14,031,750,000 or 56.29% of the total Capital Budget is earmarked for this purpose. Some of the schemes are listed here-below: - Completion of On-going Projects - 1,000,000,000.00 - Construction of Ultra Modern Market (Oja - Oba) - 2,000,000,000.00 - Construction of Airport - 1,500,000,000.00 - Construction of overhead bridge/Flyover bridge at Ado – Ekiti - 6,000,000,000.00 - 1km dual carriage way at Emure, Ise, Efon, Omuo and Ikole township - 650,000,000.00 - Patching of Ekiti Roads (Iropora-Ara-Epe-Ijero, Awo-Ara- -Ijero, Ilupeju-Ire, Osi-Epe, Iworoko-Are-Afao) - 400,000,000.00 21. WATER CORPORATION Water is very important to human existence. The need to ensure that this God given gift is made available across the nooks and crannies of the State informed the provision of a sum of N542,250,000.00 for Water Corporation for its capital expenditure in 2016 budget. Out of this amount, a sum of N150,000,000.00 is earmarked for rehabilitation, sustainability and maintenance of various water schemes in the State and another sum of N130,000,000.00 for the Ero Water Supply Project. The Rural Water Supply will also receive the attention of Government. A provision of N41,250,000.00 has been set aside for this purpose. 22. ELECTRIFICATION PROJECTS Distinguished audience, we are all aware of the importance of electricity in the economic and Industrial development of a State. In view of this, the State Government will not relent in its efforts to reduce problems associated with electricity supply in the State. A sum of N120,500,000.00 has been set aside for the completion of all ongoing electrification projects. This Government has also set aside a sum of N10,000,000.00 for the purchase and installation of more transformers which will be distributed to critical areas of need in the State. N24,000,000.00 shall also be expended on Rural 11
  • 12. Electrification projects in the State while the re-construction of Ado Ekiti Street Light/Beautification will also gulp a sum of N10,000,000.00. 23. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY As you all know, the world has become a global village due to information technology advancement. This Government in its quest to institute a technologically driven workforce that would be more effective in responding to the needs of the people, has earmarked a sum of N75,000,000.00 to be expended on Information and Communication Technology. Out of this amount a sum of N25,000,000.00 is for Softwares Application, while the sum of N2,500,000.00 would be expended on Data Centre. 24. SOCIAL SERVICES SECTOR Gentlemen of the Press, Ladies and Gentlemen, one of the cardinal programmes of this Administration is the provision of social services for the generality of the people of Ekiti State. To this end a sum of N1,507,077,144.79 or 6.04% of the total capital budget is allocated to this sector. This sector comprises Education, Health, Information Services and Social Development. 25. EDUCATION Education is one of the key six (6) Cardinal Programmes of this Government. This is born out of the fact that education is the Industry of Ekiti and this was demonstrated by the Governor by reducing the fees paid by students of the University of Ado-Ekiti and students of the College of Health Science and Technology, Ijero - Ekiti. Government has equally directed other State institutions not to increase their Tuition Fees. We don’t want to over-burden the parents and we want to promote peace in our institutions and put a total stop to incessant student crisis. To this end, Education shall be well-funded by this Administration in the 2016 fiscal year. A total sum of N799,753,035.01 or 3.20% has been earmarked to Education sub-sector in the 2016 Capital Budget. The breakdown of budgetary provision for Education sector are as follows: 12
  • 13. 26 Main Ministry of Education A provision of N411,253,035.01 is for capital expenditure of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in the 2016 budget. Few of the capital projects of the Ministry are: (i) Purchase of Science Equipment to 183 Schools – N100,000,000.00 (ii) Renovation of dilapidated class-rooms and hostels in 5 Government Colleges at Ado, Ikere, Oye, Usi and Efon – N50,000,000.00 (iii) Construction of Area Education Offices – N35,000,000.00 Education Parastatals 27. The under listed parastatals under the Ministry of Education will receive the following funds for their capital projects in the year 2016. (i) Library Board – N16,500,000.00 (ii) State Scholarship Board – N1,000,000.00 (iii) State Universal Basic Education (SUBEB) – N51,250,000.00 (iv) Board for Technical and Vocational Education (BTVE) – N51,250,000.00 (v) Agency for Adult and Non-Formal Education – N24,250,000.00 (vi) Ekiti State University Ado – Ekiti - N123,500,000.00 (vii) College of Education, Ikere – Ekiti - N86,000,000.00 (viii) Teaching Service Commission - N22,000,000.00 (ix) Education Trust Fund - N2,500,000.00 HEALTH 28. One of the priority area of this Government is the provision of qualitative health for the citizens of the State. Consequently, a sum of N528,574,109.78 has been earmarked in the Capital Vote for the health sector in the 2016 Capital Budget. This represents 2.12% of the total Capital Budget. Out of this amount, a sum of 13
  • 14. N193,304,140.82 is for various health activities under the Ministry of Health. Some of the activities are listed below: (i) Renovation of 18 Secondary facilities to meet Essential System and Services Package (ESSP) Standard, including thunder arrestors, 60KVA Generator, incenerators and purpose-built pharmacy unit in 3 State Specialist Hospitals and 5 General Hospitals (Iyin, Ayede & Aramoko - N41,304,140.82 (ii) Implementation of NHIS - N60,000,000.00 (iii) Construction, Furnishing and Equiping of State Public Health Laboratory - N20,000,000.00 (iv) Payment for outstanding debt for Upgrading and Development of 6 State Specialist Hospitals/ General Hospitals - N30,000,000.00 29. CAPITAL PROVISIONS FOR OTHER PARASTATALS IN THE HEALTH SECTOR (i) University Teaching Hospital – N109,652,366.18 (ii) Primary Health Care – N55,000,000.00 (iii) Central Medical Store(UDRF) – N10,965,236.60 (iv) Hospitals Management Board – N109,652,366.18 INFORMATION AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 30. Ladies and gentlemen, this Government is not unaware of various problems confronting this sub-sector. To this end, a sum of N178,750,000.00 is allocated to this Sector in the 2016 budget. Out of which a sum of N72,500,000.00 is for Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State (BSES). Some of the projects that will be done in the Corporation are: (i) Procurement & Installation of 20KW BE Solid State FM Transmitter State of Arts Studio equipment and 14
  • 15. Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) for FM Radio - N27,500,000.00 (ii) 20KW Harris Solid State TV transmitter - N22,500,000.00 MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND CIVIC ORIENTATION 31. The sum of N19,750,000.00 was allocated to the Ministry of Information and Government Printing Press out of which a sum of N10,000,000.00 is for Printing of Calendars/Diaries and Coloured Publications, N1,500,000.00 for Rebranding / Sensitization and Mobilization, N1,000,000.00 for Production of Official Gazette. Let me mention here that this Government recognises the objective reporting of the print and electronic medias in the State. We shall continue to support these organisations whenever the need arises. SPORTS COUNCIL 32. This Department of Government is allocated a sum of N11,000,000.00 out of which N6,000,000.00 is for Grassroot sport development and sports equipment. N4,000,000.00 is for Sports Development and Equipment and a sum of N1,000,000.00 is earmarked for the purchase of office equipment and furniture. MINISTRY OF WOMEN AFFAIRS, GENDER EMPOWERMENT AND SOCIAL WELFARE 33. This Administration is highly sensitive to gender issue. This is why a sum of N75,500,000.00 is allocated to this sub-sectorin the 2016 Budget. This Administration accord priorities to the welfare of the less privileged citizens in our society. Gentlemen of the Press, permit me to mention few of the proposed commitments of this Administration in this sector: (i) Implementation of Multiple Birth trust Fund – N5,000,000.00. (ii) Women Development Centre, Igede - Ekiti – N5,000,000.00 (iii) Women and Children Survival Intervention like OVC, Gender issues projects, CEDAW, HIV/AIDS, 15
  • 16. NAPTIP etc. – N4,000,000.00 ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR 34. Ladies and Gentlemen, it is the determination of this Administration to ensure a cleaner environment that would promote a healthy living. A sum of N1,079,513,666.18 or 4.33% of the total capital expenditure is earmarked in the 2016 Budget to achieve this purpose. This sector comprises Forestry, Town and country Planning, Sewage and Drainage, Emergency and Waste Management. Town and Country Planning 35. A sum of N574,288,170.69 or 2.3% of the total Capital Budget is allocated to this sub-sector in 2016 budget. Some of the capital projects listed for execution are: (i) Land Acquisition and payment of compensation – N200,000,000.00 (ii) Automation and Compensation – N50,000,000.00 (iii) Development of Medium Density Residential Estates along Ado-Ikere Road – N4,000,000.00 (iv) Development of Agric Olope, Ijero – Ekiti & Iworoko Road Residential Estate - N15,000,000.00 (v) Provision of Infrastructure such as: Electrification of Estates, Construction of roads and completion of shopping complex – N65,000,000.00 (vi) Cadastral Survey of all Local Government Head Quarters & other Urban Centres - N20,000,000.00 (vii) Redevelopments of markets in at least three senatorial districts in Ekiti State - N36,000,000.00 (viii) Provision of Public Parking spaces e.g at Oke Ori Omi in Ado – Ekiti and any other suitable places within the city of Ado – Ekiti - N20,000,000.00 Sewage and Drainage 16
  • 17. 36 This Sub-Sector will receive a total sum of N460,250,000.00 or 1.84% of 2016 Capital Budget. Some of the activities and the amount allocated to them are: (i) Channelisation /Concrete lining of storm and Natural Water Channels – N130,000,000.00 (ii) Feasibility Studies of Ecologically devastated areas – N20,000,000.00 (iii) Flood and erosion control works in critical areas in Ekiti State – N350,000,000.00 Emergency and Waste Management 37. A sum of N44,975,495.49 or 0.18% has been allocated to this sub sector in the 2016 Budget. Some of the projects to be done under this sub-sector are highlighted below: (i) Purchase of bulldozers, compactor trucks and other waste management vehicles/equipment - N23,400,000.00 (iii) Purchase of Waste Management light tools: Plants, Equipment and Sanitary Wares – N5,000,000.00 ADMINISTRATIVE SECTOR 38. Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, it is expedient to note that General Administration has always been responsible for the central co-ordination of all activities of Government. To this end, a sum of N3,560,228,403.13 or 16.89% of the total Budget is earmarked for this sector in the current year. The following arms of Government are adequately taken care of under the Administrative Sector. Judiciary and Legislative Arms of Government 39. Ladies and Gentlemen, this administration places high premium on the welfare of our judicial and legislative arms with a view to ensuring that they dispense their duties judiciously. The welfare of supporting staff in the afore-mentioned offices shall also receive Government attention. Some of the key projects listed for execution in the 2016 are: (a) Judiciary (i) Construction of New Judiciary Headquarters at Ado-Ekiti Phase 1 - N50,000,000.00 17
  • 18. (ii) Purchase of Vehicles – N10,000,000.00 (iii) Renovation of High Court buildings in other 7 Judicial Divisions – N35,00,000.00 (iv) Office Equipment and Furniture – N10,000,000.00 (v) Renovation of Magistrate Courts at 19 Magisterial Districts – N10,000,000.00 (vi) Purchase of 27kva Sound Proof Generator Set for Hon. Judges of Ekiti State - N10,000,000.00 (b) House of Assembly (i) Completion of the New Administrative Building N30,000,000.00 (iii) Purchase of Office Furniture & Equipment – N30,000,000.00 (iv) Purchase of Vehicles and Motorcycles – N62,000,000.00 (v) Printing of Diaries, Calendars and other souvenirs – N12,000,000.00 CONCLUSION 40. Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2016 detailed budget analysis just presented represents the plan, policies and programmes that this Administration designed to achieve its 6 Cardinal Programmes. I enjoin the press to join hands with the State Government to educate and inform the people of the State adequately on what Government has in stock for them. I wish to thank you once again for your patience and to invite your contributions, questions, comments and observations on the year 2016 budget analysis just presented to you. May God bless you all. GBENGA OLAJIDE HONOURABLE COMMISSIONER, MINISTRY OF BUDGET AND ECONOMIC PLANNING, ADO-EKITI. 18