The budget is christened “Budget of Re-defining Standards.”
Odudoh said Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDAs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other relevant publics were invited to public hearing on the budget.
He said the house approved N1.81 billion increase in the recurrent expenditure and N2.95 billion increase in the capital expenditure, bringing the total increase to N4.77 billion.
He said the house had recommended that the State Government should ensure prompt and commensurate release of funds to MDAs for execution of projects and programmes.
The Speaker, Mr Aniekan Bassey, in his remarks, commended the house committee on finance and appropriation for the quick deliberations on the budget.
Bassey said the 7th Assembly would continue to have a robust and impactful relationship with other arms of government to foster development and growth in the state.
The speaker said that by the passage, the commencement date for the budget implementation would be Jan.1, 2022.
He directed the Clerk of the House, Mrs Mandu Umoren, to send a clean copy of the bill to the governor for assent. (NAN)