I Look Forward To Effective Relationship With 9th NASS, Says Buhari

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I Look Forward To Effective Relationship With 9th NASS, Says Buhari 

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday said
he is looking forward to mutual and effective
working relationship with the 9th National
Assembly toward improving the budgetary
process and restoring the country to the January-
December fiscal cycle.

He made the remark while receiving his old
school mates, who came to congratulate him on
his re-election for a second term in Daura,
Katsina state.

The President, according to a statement by the
Senior Special Assistant on Media and publicity,
Garba Shehu, recounted how the delay in the
passage of budgets hindered timely execution of
projects across the country.

With the victory of the All Progressives Congress
(APC) at the presidential election and majority
seats in the ninth Senate, President Buhari
expressed confidence that more work will be
done to improve the efficiency of the budgetary
process.

He told his classmates in the 1953 set of
Katsina Middle School, Daura led by Senator
Abba Ali it is on record the 2018 budget
proposals submitted to the National Assembly
on November 7, 2017 was passed after seven
months.

Notwithstanding the challenges, Buhari assured
his classmates the Executive arm of government,
under his watch, will strive towards effective
implementation of national budgets while
promoting transparency and accountability.
He thanked his old school colleagues for the
‘reunion’, commending their interest and useful
suggestions on advancing Nigeria’s prosperity
and stability.

In his remarks, Senator Ali, while congratulating
the President on his re-election, said majority of
Nigerians believed in his purposeful leadership
and resoundingly renewed his mandate.
The Senator, who wished the President more
success in his second-term, noted the country
will benefit more when the executive and
legislative branches of government work in
unison on national interests.

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