In the 2017 Budget, the Federal Ministry of Justice, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), will get a total of N924million for new vehicles.
The Ministry of Justice, EFCC, ICPC, and NDLEA will get N230million, N455million, N119million and N120million respectively to purchase new vehicles.
EFCC, ICPC, and NDLEA will also spend N325million on fuel and N242million on service rent.
A total of N6.9billion will be allocated to the Federal Ministry of Justice headed by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN).
The ministry will spend N82million for fuel and lubricants, N20million, N17million, N7million, for purchase, fuel, and maintenance of new generators.
N72million goes for welfare packages, N1.6billion will go for staff salaries and wages and N80million will be spent on computer software acquisition.
The EFCC which got about N17billion also plans to spend N212million on fuel for generators and vehicles, N4.5billion for salaries and wages.
N50million, N33million, N8.2million, will go for the purchase of new generators, maintenance of the generators and electricity power backup.
N13.8million for purchase of new photocopying machines, N64.7million on office furniture and fittings, N455million on new vehicles (as stated earlier above), N163.5million on computer software acquisition, and N13million on Network Service upgrade.
The EFCC also plans to spend N1.1billion to furnish its new head office, N244million for consultancy, N4.5billion for completion of ongoing construction of new head office building and N40million on refreshment and meals in 2017.
The NDLEA got about N9.1billion. N98million will go for office rent, while N6.4billion and N2.3billion will be used for salaries, wages and allowances.
N9.9million will go for fuel for generators and vehicles, N1.6million for the generators maintenance, N1.3million on welfare packages and N120million to purchase new vehicles (as stated earlier above).
The ICPC got about N5.9billion. N119million goes for purchase of new vehicles, N48million on rent, N48million to purchase generators and N18million on refreshment.