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House of Reps Members Reportedly Express Willingness to Accept Salary Cuts

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                      Mohammed Sani Zorro

In support of steps being taken to reduce the high cost of governance and to boost the war against corruption, House of Representatives members have reportedly declared willingness to take salary cuts and support President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption measures.

Chairman, Ad-hoc Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Mohammed Sani Zorro, on Sunday confirmed the news, Vanguard reports.
He is said to have stated that “House of Representatives irrespective of party affiliations are on the same page with the President on the change agenda and ready to give him the necessary legislative backing to actualize the agenda.”
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4 Comments

  1. Pretty girl

    August 24, 2015 at 12:46 pm

    Before what do u people use all that salary that they pay u guys to do pls they should cut it down very well oh pls.

  2. chi-e-z

    August 24, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    Oh please we saw the documents from the last tenure. We know reported salary is already really small and what y’all get your money from is Expenses allowance. They must really think we are stupid a$$ hell please stop with the political b.s. and do your jobs. They bout 2 send all our immigrant assets in U.S. packing and I ain’t bout 2 start staying in this dysfunctionality.

  3. bruno

    August 24, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    why are begging this criminals to cut their salaries. WE SHOULD “FORCE” THEM TO CUT THEIR SALARIES. if u dont want to cut ur salary then get the f*ck out of government.

    na we nigerians dey cause am i swear.
    its only in nigeria where they beg very lazy over paid politicians to cut their salaries.

    this people are not working but they are getting paid heavily.

    that allowance shit they should also stop that shit. why should u be using our money to pay for clothes and food and hospital bills etc that is what ur salary is for.

    100,000 should be the highest amount of money paid to any politician in government. nonsense

  4. Kaiser Soze

    August 24, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    Please make we hear word. Una RFMAC approved salary and allowances for both senate and HoR no pass N10 billion. Them say una don increase am without authorization. Which one una wan cut? The RFMAC approved salary and allowances or the unauthorized increase? You cannot deceive us by cutting the approved RFMAC salary and allowances and leave the illegal increases.

    Our mumu don end. We don get sense now! #OpenNASS

    Before you start cutting, let us know the details of the N120 billion total budget. First steps:
    1. What percentage of N120 billion goes to senate?
    2. What % goes to HoR?
    3. How is the senate portion split as per capital and recurrent expenditure?
    4. How is the HoR portion split as per capital and recurrent expenditure?
    5. Details of senate capital and recurrent?
    6. Details of HoR capital and recurrent?

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