NFF to spend N98.6m on generator, vehicles in 2019

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The Nigeria Football Federation has proposed to spend N98,651,231 on the purchase of fixed assets in 2019 fiscal year.

This was contained in the 2019 budget recently presented to the National Assembly for consideration.

It will be noted that proposed amount for sporting activities is part of the budget the federation is to spend which amounts to N1.12 billion.

In the same vein, the NFF has also proposed to spend N775, 465,006 on sporting activities this year.

Some of the sporting activities for the year will be the Super Falcons representing the country at the FIFA World Cup in France while the Super Eagles will fly the nations’ flag at the Africa Nations Cup in Egypt.

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Similarly, the U-20 male team will also be participating in the age grade tournament in Niger while the Supersand Eagles picked one of the slots to represent Africa at the 2019 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in Paraguay.

According to the 2019 budget proposal sighted by thesportsbay.com the estimates for NFF are N1.025 billion for recurrent expenditure while N98.6 million has been earmarked for capital expenditure.

In the budget proposal, it was discovered that the NFF also proposed to spend N98.6 million on purchase of fixed assets which broken down reveals that N18.8 million will be spent on the purchase of motor vehicles; N13.1 million will be spent on buses while N5.06 million will be expended on the purchase of computers.

The NFF also proposed to spend N1.96 million on computer printers; N19.8 million will be spent on purchasing new Mikano generating set; N21 million will be used to buy sporting/gaming equipment while N9.12 million on the purchase of security equipment.

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