President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will spend N3.4 billion on feeding and travel costs.
While Mr Buhari affirmed about N2.6 billion of the sum for his office, about N873 million was reserved for Mr Osinbajo’s office.
As over the most recent five years, travel costs will take the biggest piece of these costs, subtleties of the endorsed spending plan for the year surveyed by journalist.
A similar sum was affirmed for the workplaces of the initial two residents of the nation in 2020. The two workplaces got less yet fundamentally high allotments in the four going before years.
Voyages and taking care of swallowed N1.5 billion of every 2019; N1.52 billion out of 2018; in 2017, N1.45 billion; and N1.43 billion out of 2016.
Official voyages will swallow N2.4 billion: N775.6 million for neighborhood excursions and N1.7 billion for global excursions.
Then again, Mr Osinbajo will burn through N801 million on his movements for the year – N284 million locally and N517.1 million external the shores of the nation.
In the interim, the feast bill for the workplaces of President Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo has been fixed at N195.5 million. stunned
The main family will burn through N124 million.
This is the very sum that was endorsed for the president in every one of the most recent three years. In 2017, N115 million was spent on taking care of, while in 2016 N103 million was spent for a similar reason, investigation of the financial plan throughout the previous five years shows.
Of the N124 million endorsed during the current year, staple and providing food materials supplies will swallow N98.3 million, while reward and dinners will take N25.7 million.
The subsequent family likewise held what it spent on taking care of in every one of the most recent three years – N71.5 million – this year.
This is decline from the N88.9 million spent in 2018, yet an expansion from the supper bills in 2017, N53.7 million, and N24 million out of 2016.
Staple and providing food materials supplies will represent N50.9 million; reward and dinners, N18.3 million; and cooking gas and fuel, N2.4 million.