The House of Representatives is to suspend plenary sessions from October 10th until November 30th to enable its committees to pass the 2020 budget by December.
The House Spokesman Benjamin Kalu told newsmen that the suspension is in a bid to restore the January to December budget cycle.
For this, the spokesman said the House has inaugurated all standing committees which have started working with ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs to appraise previous budgets and compare with the 2020 budget.
He explained said that the appropriation committee would be having collation and harmonisation of reports from November 6th to 27th, adding that the presentation of the report of the Committee of Appropriation would be made to the senate.
President Muhammadu Buhari presented a ten point thirty three trillion naira budget estimates to a joint session of the National Assembly.