Why you should attend Ehingbeti? Ehingbeti Summit is designed for businesses and individuals all over the world, looking to leverage the rich enabling environment and culture of Lagos State, to innovate at a scale. This free online conference is designed to educate, inspire, drive policies, stir up conversations, encourage innovations, stimulate partnerships, and attract investments. We recognize that businesses are at different stages of their innovative and digital journey. This conference will enable them maximize cutting edge innovation with access to scalable and flexible infrastructure. Read more
The States Fiscal Transparency, Accountability and Sustainability (SFTAS) scheme was set up to strengthen the fiscal transparency, accountability, and sustainability of budgetary process for all participating States. Initiated by the Federal government and supported by the World Bank, it’s goal is to provide grants to States that have complied with the annual eligibility criteria to the extent of their compliance.Read more
This Budget Performance Report for the fourth quarter, 2020 provides information on activities and performance of the budget. It provides financial information and offers some insights into the contexts and experiences that have aided the achievement of goals or presented challenges to realising desired outcomes.
Importantly, the Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget (MEPB) has been working hard to lay the foundations necessary to ensure improvements in our approach and activities. This will ensure optimal performance of the Ministry’s oversight function, and the implementation of sound recommendations informed by a variety of factors including lessons learnt from our engagements and the broader external context.Read more
The Annual Appropriation Law is the Annual Budget (Appropriation Bill) passed by the State House of Assembly, and signed into law by Mr. Governor.Read more
The Lagos State Government has released a total budget of N1.164 trillion for year 2021, tagged the budget of Rekindled Hope. This is following the presentation of the Appropriation Bill on Tuesday, 10th November 2020 by Lagos State Governor, Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu to the Lagos State House of Assembly for consideration and assent. The bill was subsequently passed on Tuesday, 29th December 2020 by the Lagos State House of Assembly and signed into law by the Governor on 31st December, 2020. The budget is in accordance with the T.H.E.M.E.S Agenda, and was so designed to prioritize the completion of all on-going projects in the State.Read more