The 2017 budget was on Friday submitted to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo and he is expected to assent to it any moment from now.
Mr. Enang denied saying the acting president lacks powers to assent to the document.
Enang had fueled controversy last Wednesday when he said during an interview on Channels TV that the bill would be sent to President Muhammadu Buhari in London for his assent before it would be brought back to the acting President.
The presidential aide has now backtracked from that position, telling State House corespondents after submitting the document to Osinbajo, that the acting President would now sign it after the necessary procedure.
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, had also said that no decision had been taken on who would sign the bill.