In 2022, the Nigeria Police Force plans to spend N9.8 billion on security equipment, N1.6 billion on vehicle fuel, and N309.8 million on generator fuel.
The police also expected to spend N874.5 million on vehicle upkeep, and N968.4 million on office and residential maintenance.
According to the NPF budget plan for 2022, N1.5 billion would be spent on uniform and other clothes, N690.9 million on aircraft maintenance, N360.2 million on sea boat maintenance, and N100 million on ‘loss on foreign exchange.’
The overall police budget is N547.7 billion.
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps also announced that it would spend N699.6 million on police station building.
The corps would also spend N400 million on public schools, N403.8 million on hospitals and health centers, and N172.3 million on infrastructure out of its overall budget of N110 billion.
In 2022, the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit projected spending N75 million on food and refreshments.
Out of its N5.4 billion total budget for the year, it will spend N200 million on non-tangible asset acquisition and another N200 million on computer/software acquisition.
The Nigerian Atomic Energy Commission has set up N25 million for road building and N728.9 million for ‘infrastructure construction.’
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs proposed N95 million for airport protocol lounge repairs and N150 million for an integrated digitalized system at headquarters and embassies.
Prison rehabilitation will cost N1.7 billion, while the construction of four 3,000-capacity highest security detention centers in Ilesa, Osun State; Jos, Plateau State; Gombe, Gombe State; and Umuahia, Abia State will cost N3.1 billion.
The Nigerian Correctional Services have a total budget of N93.4 billion.
The Federal Fire Service budgeted N106.9 million for police station/barracks repairs and N96.6 million for fire station renovation.
Research and development will take N487.3m out of a total allocation of N17.9bn.