Saraki had taken to his verified Twitter handle @SPNigeria on Friday, in a tweet publicly addressed to BudgIT.
Saraki had tweeted,
Find the details of the 2018 Budget of the National Assembly here: https://t.co/Gbbd1vPXWF
— The Senate President (@SPNigeria) April 12, 2019
BudgIT via its verified Twitter handle said @BudgITng, that during a meeting with the Senate President on Thursday, the NGO challenged the Senate President to make it a legacy by “sealing the National Assembly with legislation that makes it legally binding,” for it to make its annual budget public.
BudgIT said Saraki responded by re-assuring it that details of the National Assembly’s 2018/19 budgets would be made public.
“Saraki, yesterday at a dialogue session with BudgIT on appropriation process and constituency projects vowed that making the National Assembly appropriation public is now a permanent policy,” BudgIT said; expressing concerns if the policy would stand when Saraki leaves the National Assembly in May.