Appropriation (Amendment) Act, 2011

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Federal Republic of Nigeria Official Gazette
No. 63 Lagos - 1st June, 2011
Government Notice No. 153
The following is published as Supplement to this Gazette :
Act No.
14
Short Title
Appropriation (Amendment) Act, 2011
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APPROPRIATION (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2011
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
SECTION:
1. Amendment of Long Title to the Appropriation Act, 2011.
2. Amendment of First Schedule to the Principal Act.
3. Release of funds from the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
4. Virement.
5. Excess Revenue.
6. Special Fund Accounts.
7. Authorization.
8. Information on Funds Releases.
9. Due Process Certification.
10. Information on Internally Generated Revenue.
11. Information on Extra-Budgetary and Foreign assistance.
12. Amendment of the Second Schedule to the Principal Act.
13. Citation.
SCHEDULES
APPROPRIATION (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2011
ACT No. 14
AN AcT To AMEND THE APPROPRIATION AcT, 2011.
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[26th Day of May, 20 11] Commence-
ENACTED by the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria-
1. The Appropriation Act, 2011 (in this Act referred to as the "Principal Act") is amended as set out in this Act.
2. Substitute for the Long Title of the Principal Act, a new Long title-
" A Bill for an Act to authorise the issue from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation the total sum of N4,484,736,648,992 (Four Trillion, Four Hundred and Eighty-Four Billion, Seven Hundred and Thirty-Six Million, Six Hundred and Forty-Eight Thousand, Nine Hundred and Ninety-Two Naira) only of which the sum ofN417,824,288,743 (Four Hundred and Seventeen Billion, Eight Hundred and Twenty-Four Million, Two Hundred and Eighty- Eight Thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty-Three Naira) only is for Statutory Transfers and the sum of N495,096,682, 115 (Four Hundred and Ninety-Five Billion, Ninety-Six million, Six Hundred and Eighty-Two Thousand, One Hundred and Fifteen Naira) only is for Debt Service, while the sum of N2,425,065, 124,967 (Two Trillion, Four Hundred and Twenty-Five Billion, Sixty-Five Million, One Hundred and Twenty-Four Thousand, Nine Hundred and Sixty-Seven Naira) only is for Recurrent (Non-Debt) Expenditure and the balance of N1, 146,750,553,167 (One Trillion, One Hundred and Fourty- Six Billion, Seven Hundred and Fifty Million, Five Hundred and Fifty-Three Thousand, One Hundred and Sixty-Seven Naira) only is for contribution to the Development Fund for Capital Expenditure of the Government of the Federation for the Year ending 31St December, 2011.
3. The First Schedule to the Appropriation Act, 2011 is amended by substituting for the sums appropriated to the heads of expenditure in Parts A (Statutory Transfer), B (Debt Service), C (Recurrent Non-Debt Expenditure) and D (Capital Expenditure) of the Schedule with the sums specified against each such head of expenditure in Parts A, B, C and D of the new First Schedule.
ment.
Amendment of Appropriation Act, 2011.
Amendment of Long Title to the Principal Act.
Amendment of Schedule to the Appropriation Act, 2011 .
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FIRST SCHEDULE
PART A-STATUTORY TRANSFERS
Head Statutory Transfers N
0318 National Judicial Council 95,000,000,000 670000 Niger-Delta Development Commission 56,076,920,536 320606 Universal Basic Education 64,567,020,696
National Assembly 150,000,000,000 Independent National Electoral
Commission (INEC) 52,180,347,511
Total-Statutory Transfer (including NASS and INEC) 417,824,288,743
PART B-DEBT SERVICE
Head Statutory Transfers N
04000000 Domestic Debts 450,011,232,810 04000000 Foreign Debts 45,085,449,305
Total - Debt Service 495,096,682,115
PART C-RECURRENT {NON-DEBT) EXPENDITURE
Head Ministry/Department/ Agency N
0111 Presidency 27,283,128,892 0112 Office of the Secretary to the Government
of the Federation (SGF) 62,750,438,124 0513 Youth Development 44,208,603,410 0111 Police Affairs 3,222,404,973 0124 Police Formation and Commands 287,544,157,595 0514 Women Affairs 2,060,641,367 0215 Agriculture and Rural Development 34,463,326,513
Water Resources 8,834,539,127 0140 Auditor-General for the Federation 2,935,161,388 0341 Independent Corrupt Practices and
Related Offences Commission 3,63 8,916,953 0116 Defence/MOD/ Army/ Air Force/Navy 309,783,758,334 0517 Education 304,670,538,797 0437 Federal Capital Territory Administrartion 44,632,306,455 0119 Foreign And Inter-governmental Affairs 40,013,118,773 0220 Finance 12,081,460,230 0521 Health 202,458,852,933
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P ART C-R£CURRENT (NoN-DEBT) ExPEN DITURE-Continued
Head Ministry/Dep artment/Agency
0222 Commerce and Industry 0123 Information and Communications 0124 Interior 0125 Office of the Head of Service ofthe
0326 0227 0231 0228 0229 0232 0234
0233 0230 0242
0535 0236 0238 0239
0451 0111 0250
Federation Justice Labour and Productivity Power Science and Technology Transport Petroleum Resources Works Lands and Housing Mines and Steel Development Aviation National Salaries, Incomes and Wages
Commission Environment Culture and National Orientation Agency National Planning Commission National Sports Commission Office of the National Security Adviser Niger-Delta Special Duties Fiscal Responsibilty Commission Infrastructure Concession Regulatory
Commission
N
10,551 ' 160,220 27,021,995 ,211
135,182,377,092
6,731 , 188,060 19,414,987,811 8,238,731 ,689 3,776,270,911
23,350,747,725 7,050, 173,566
38,489,462,056 26,684,115,362
3,555,726,596 1 I ,608,968,277 7, 136,599,359
741 ,586,918 12,5 80,3 18,280 17,891 ,112,282 5,299,236,340
10,696,143,045 50,860,044,640
3,229,809,338 379,923 ,683 712,851 ,816
1,077,524,318
Sub-Total-Executive 1, 778,210,102,067
Head
0543 0344 0111 0145 0246
0417
F EDERAL E XECUTIVE B ODIES
Ministry/Departinrnt/Agency
National Population Commission Code of Conduct Bureau Code of Conduct Tribunal Public Complaints Commission Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal
Commission Federal Civil Service Commission
N
5,181 ,890,896 1 ,469,288, 717
359,683,680 2,233,580,4 71
2,349,683,412 1,518,384,880
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PART C-RECURRENT (NON-DEBT) EXPENDITURE-Continued
Head Ministry/Department/Agency
0124 Police Service Commisssion 01 49 Federal Character Commission
..
Sub-Total-Federal Executive Bodies
SERVICE-WIDE V oTES AND P ENSIONS
Expenditure Items
P ENSIONS AND GRATUITIES
Office of the Head of the Civil Service (Civilian Pension)
Pensions Pension Running Cost including
Verification Exercise in 2011 Reinbursement to States Military Pensions and Gratuities (DMP) Military Pension Pension Running Cost Administrative
Charges/Yearly Verification Exercise Pardoned Ex-Biafran Soldiers Police Pensions and Gratuities Pensions Pension Running Cost Customs, Immigration and Prisons
Pension Office Pensions Pension Running Cost Universities' Pensions Including Arrears Pensions Parastatals' Pension and Railway Pensions Pensions Pre-1996 Nigeria Railway Corporation
Pension Pensions Pension Running Cost Department of State Security Pensions (including Arrears) Nigeria Intelligence Agency Pensions Additional Allocation on Pension
N
789,418,436 2,051,006,3 72
15,952,936,863
23,150,000,000 22,500,000,000
400,000,000 250,000,000
49,739,505,664 4 7, 739,513,564
415,000,000 I ,5 84,992,100
19,171,907,968 19,091,907,968
80,000,000
6,540,000,000 6,5 00,000,000
40,000,000 15,000,000,000 15,000,000,000 35,000,000,000 3 5,000,000,000
1,897,281,034 1,857,281,034
40,000,000 1,698,013,135 1,698,013,135 2,550,052,390 2,550,052,390
Total Pensions and Gratuities 154,746,760,191
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PART C-RECURRENT (NON-DEBT) EXPENDITURE-Continued
Head Min is try/Department/ Agency
SERVICE WrDE VoTES
Total Allocation : Arrears of PAYG Pension Increases in Pension Rates IPPIS (OAGF and Head of Service) Payment of outstanding Death Benefit to
Civil Servants Payment into the Redemption Fund (5% of
Total Personnel Cost) Arrears of Salary Increases of 2010
(Redemption Fund) Arrears of Armed Forces Death Benefits
(2004 - 201 0) Group Life Insurance for all MD As Administration and Monitoring (OHCSF) Public Service Wage Adjustment for MDAs
(including 2011 Arrears of Promotion and Payment of NERC Retired Commissioners)
Increase for Minimum Wage for MD As Operations-Internal for the Armed Forces Judgement Debts Contribution to International Organisations External Financial Obligations Margin for Increases in Costs Contingency Public Service Reforms (including Payment
of Severance Benefits of Civil Servants) Bio-Metric Verification of Parastatals'
Pensioners Multi Year Tariff Order Increase in allowance for Youth Carpers Phase I: Program and Project Portfolio
Management for Pilot MDAs Muslim/Christian Pilgrimages Recurrent Adjustment In-lieu of accommodation for the Seventh
Session of the National Assembly Funding of House Resolution Mandates
N
15,000,000,000 25,000,000,000
1,500,000,000
1 ,900,000,000
68,366,977,130
6,800,000,000
8,807,027,070 12,687,000,000
50,000,000
68,664,046,816 5,000,000,000
21 ,008,462,928 8,000,000,000 5,500,000,000
13,1 00,000,000 9,500,000,000
14,000,000,000
5,000,000,000
600,000,000 37,000,000,000 25,000,000,000
1,200,000,000 2,000,000,000
. 4,500,000,000
1,595,400,000 200,000,000
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PART C-RECURRENT (NON-DEBT) EXPENDITURE-Continued
Head Ministry/Department/Agency N
10,000,000,000 2011 Election-Logistics Support Employees Compensation Act-
Employees' Compensation Fund (1% of Total Personnel Cost)
Presidential Amnesty Programme Stipends and Feeding Allowance Re-Integration ofNiger-Delta Ex-Militants Operations Cost of the Programme Re-Integration ofTransformed Niger-Delta
5,000,000,000
17,000,000,000 35,722,569,121 1,947,509,500
17,524,493,281 Ex-militants (2010 Arrears) Re-Insertion/Transition Safety Allowance
for 20,192 Transformed Ex-Militants (2010 Arrears)
Additional Allocation for 6,166 Ex-Militants 6,500,000,000
20,481,840,000 476,155,325,846
630,902,086,037
2,425,065,124,967
Total Service Wide Votes
Total CRF Charges Total Recurrent (Non-debt)
PART D-CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Head Ministry/Department/Agency
020· Presidency 020 Office of the Secretary to the Government
of the Federation (SGF) 022 Youth Development 023 Police Affairs 023 Police Formation and Commands 024 Women Affairs 025 Agriculture and Rural Development 026 Water Resources 028 Auditor-General for the Federation 030 Independent Corrupt Practices and Related
Offences Commission 032 Defence/MOD/Army/Air Force/Navy 033 Education 034 Federal Capital Territory Administrartion 035 Foreign and Inter-Governmental Affairs 036 Finance
N
15,626,741,807
12,522,969,050 5,547,278,048
10,056,216,391 8,121 ,607,223
877,739,283 31,404,899,584 62,052,000,884
1,760,006,116
239,555,420 38,253,289,044 51 ,825,289,348 44,632,306,455 7,312,159,203 2,888,609,139
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PART D-CAPITAL EXPENDITURE-Continued
Head Ministry/Department/Agency
037 Health 038 Commerce and Industry 039 Information and Communications 040 Interior 041 Office of the Head of Service of the
Federation 042 Justice 043 Labour and Productivity 044 Power 049 Science and Technology 050 Transport 051 Petroleum Resources 058 Works 059 Lands and Housing 060 Mines and Steel Development 053 Aviation 065 National Salaries, Incomes and Wages
Commission 020 Environment 045 Culture and National Orientation Agency
National Planning Commission 070 National Sports Commission 071 Office of the National Security Adviser 068 Niger-Delta 020 Special Duties
Fiscal Responsibilty Commission 020 Infrastructure Concession Regulatory
Commission
Head
Sub-Total-Executive
PART D-CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Ministry/Department/Agency
FEDERAL ExECUTIVE BoDIEs 031 National Population Commission 066 Code of Conduct Bureau
0600 Code of Conduct Tribunal 046 Public Complaints Commission
N
55,411,957,377 1,975,319,288 3,373,818,394 6, 777,224,129
7,876,066,831 360,431,859
1,801,564,739 87,246,722,349 25,480,438,007 53,978,264,163
9,080,155,617 155,385,547,006 33,147,994,158
2,956,205,716 28,713,264,234
95,482,808 13,303,974,548
3,322,683,204 1,307,213,526 1 '702,818, 793
58,995,054,827 51,977,575,020
46,668,246 143,224,212
76,386,247
897,656,722,297
N
286,577,018 1,337,786,116
72,846,271 143,288,509
I
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PART D-CAP!TAL ExPENDITURE-Continued
Head Min is try/Department/ Agency N

064 Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission
047 Federal Civil Service Commission 032 Police Service Commisssion 061 Federal Character Commission
Sub-Total-Federal Executive Bodies
Capital Supplementation Total Allocation : Capital Supplementation Adjustment to Capital Costs Viability Gap Fund-PPP National Job Creation Scheme Counterpart Funding Quick Wins-Completion of 2008 and
2009 Projects Conditional Grants and Social Safety Nets
(MDGs) Support to UNDP MiikJJi.um Campaign
Progranunc Ni gcri;1 i11 i\J'rica~African Parlialllclllarian Programme
MDGs Monitoring and Evaluation-Impact Evaluation/Consultancy
Provision ofinfrastructure, Bandwith and Connectivity to MDAs by Galaxy Backbone Pic
Payment to Local Contractors' Debt Police Reforms Fund (Share ofFGN) Bank of Industry-Mofi Share of Bank
Recapitalisation for 2009 and 2010 Nigerian Export-Import Bank-Share
of Equity Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria National Economic Recovery Fund Nigerian Agricu_ltural Cooperative and Rural
Development Bank (NACRDB) Repayment of UBA Safetower Loan
664,276,621 447,762,836
1,821,122,239 95,525,673
4,869,185,284
11,250,000,000 50,000,000,000 50,000,000,000
4,140,849,631
15,000,000,000
45 ,591 ,000,000
750,000,000
2,000,000,000
4,088,547,798 12,104,248,156 25,000,000,000
5,000,000,000
5,000,000,000 5,000,000,000 2,000,000,000
5,000,000,000 2,300,000,000
244,224,645,586 Total-Capital Supplementation Total Capital Expenditure 1,146, 750,553,167
Aggregate Expenditure 4,484, 736,648,992
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4. All amounts appropriated under this Act shall be released from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation and applied only for the purpose specified in the Schedule to this Act.
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Release of funds from the Consolidated Revenue Fund First Schedule.
5. In the event that a need arises to vire amounts within the heads of Virement. expenditure to which sums have been appropriated under this Act, such virement shall only be effected with the prior approval of the National Assembly.
6.-(1) The Accountant-General of the Federation shall immediately Excess upon the coming into force of this Act maintain a separate record for the Revenue. documentation of Revenue accruing to the Consolidated Revenue Fund in excess of oil price benchmark adopted in this Budget.
(2) Such revenues as specified in Sub-section (1) of this section refers to Revenues accruing from sales of government crude oil in excess of$75 per barrel, the Petroleum Profit Tax and Royalty on Oil and Gas.
7. The Accountant-General of the Federation shall immediately upon the coming into force of this Act, create an account in the Central Bank of Nigeria, for all monies accruing into the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federal Government; from the Special Funds impounded by Executive order of the President of the Federal Republic ofNigeria.
8.-(1) No funds shall b~ paid out of the monies arising from the record specified in Section (4) except by an Act of the National Assembly.
(2) The Accountant-General of the Federation shall forward to the National Assembly full details offunds released to the government Agencies immediately such funds are released.
9. The Minister of Finance shall ensure that funds appropriated under this Act are released to the appropriate agencies and organs of government as at when due, provided that no funds for any quarter of the fiscal year shall be deferred without prior waiver from the National Assembly.
10. The department of government charged with the responsibility of certifying that due processes have been complied with in the processing of implementation of projects shall ensure that all processes of approval are completed within the specified period as provided for in the Public Procurement Act.
Special Fund Accounts.
Authorization and Information on Funds Releases.
Release of Funds for lmpleJVenta- tion.
Due Process Certification.
(AetNa. 14 of2007)
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Information on Internally Generated Revenue.
Information on Extra Budgetary and Foreign Assistance.
Amendment of Second Schedule to the Principal Act.
Citation.
2011 No. 14 Appropriation (Amendment) Act
11. All Accounting Officers of Ministries, Parastatals and Departments of Government who control heads of expenditures shall upon the coming into effect of this Act furnish the National Assembly on quarterly basis with detailed information on the Internally Generated Revenue of the agency in any form.
12. All Accounting Officers of Ministries, Parastatals and Departments of government who control heads of expenditures shall upon the coming into effect of this Act furnish the National Assembly on quarterly basis with detailed information on all foreign and domestic assistance received from any agency, person or organization in any form whatsoever.
13. The Second Schedule to the Appropriation Act, 2011 which contains the detailed estimates of expenditure is amended as set out in the Second Schedule to this Act.
14. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Amendment Act, 2011 .
I certify, in accordance with Section 2 (1) of the Acts Authentication
Act, Cap. A2, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004, that this is a true copy
of the Bill passed by both Houses of the National Assembly.
SAusu ABUBAKAR MAJKASUWA, mni Clerk to the National Assembly
26th Day of May, 2011.
EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM
This Act to Amend the Appropriation Act, 2011.
SCHEDULE TO APPROPRIATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2011
(1) (2) (3) . (4) (5) Short Title Long Title of the Summary of the Date passed by Date Passed by of the Bill Bill Contents ofthe BJ// the Senate the House of
Representatives
Appropriation An Act to amend the Appropriation This Bill seeks to amends the 25th May, 2011 25th May, 2011 (Amendment) Act, 2011. Appropriation Act, 2011. Bil1,2011.
I certify that this Bill has been carefully compared by me with the decision reached by the National Assembly and found by me to be true and correct decision of the Houses and is in accordance with the provisions of the Acts Authentication Act Cap. A2, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.
I ASSENT.
e SALISU ABUBAKAR MAIKASUWA, mni Clerk to the National Assembly 26th Day of May, 2011. DR. GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR
President ofthe Federal Republic of Nigeria 26th Day of May, 2011.
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