Zamfara State Governor Gift 24 Lawmakers With Exotic Cars Worth N420M

8 months ago by: Daniel Bosai
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The 24 members of Zamfara state House of Assembly have received official vehicles from the state government. an official has disclosed MalamYusuf Idrid. the Director-General. Press Affairs to the Coy Bello Matawalle disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Gusau on Tuesday.

NAN reports that each of the lawmakers received one Toyota Camry 2010. V6 Limited Edition. Idris,who did not disclose how much the vehicles cost the government said the vehicles were presented to the lawmakers by the Governor last week.

You know provision of official vehicles to the state lawmakers is a constitutional provision this is part of the commitments of the present administration in the state to improve welfare of the lawmakers to ensure effective legislative and executive relationship in the state

This is in addition to other vehicles given to the Principal Officers of the House earlier by Governor Matawalle, he said.

Idris said the state government under Gov. Bello Matawalle is committed to maintaining a pod relationship with all arms of government for the development of the state.

The Public Relations Officer of the state House of assembly. Malam Mustafa Jafaru-Kaura denied the allegation that the vehicles were given to the lawmakers on loan. Jafaru-Kaura said each of the 24 lawmakers of the House is entitled to one official vehicle. 'Apart from one official vehicle to each of the 24 lawmakers. each of the Six Principal officers of the House is also entitled to Prado Jeep the PRO said. An official of the state House of assembly who spoke to NAN on condition of anonymity said the 24 vehicles cost the state government N420 million.

According to him each of the vehicles was procured at the cost of N17.5 million.

-- Henrybobo (m) at 3-12-2019 08:03PM
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9ja which way
-- maizaxx (m) at 3-12-2019 09:13PM
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Out right stupidity for the following reasons:
1. People are dying and in need of a means if livelihood. Instead setting up something of beneficial to the masses he is buying cars.
2. We are preaching use "made in Naija" products; why didn't the order for the cars from Innoson motors? This just shows we aren't together or practicing what we preach.
The government of the day should think twice about their actions, because "what goes around, comes around"
-- ficull Online (m) at 3-12-2019 09:26PM
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Lemme guess, the governor is warming his way toward his retirement bill... just after having the lawmakers nullify the previous governor’s.
-- Brave5500 (m) at 3-12-2019 10:06PM
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No need to complain Nigerians brought this upon themselves....
-- scottchris (m) at 4-12-2019 10:09AM
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na wa ooo...Thats how our money dey go