Sep 20, 2021

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Adamawa Lawmaker Opens Up, Reveals Huge Amount Each Rep Gets for Constituency Projects

  • A federal legislature, Kwamoti Laori, said each member of the House of Representatives will be given 100 million to fund constituency projects
  • However, Laori said he and his colleagues are coming Usually not over 80 million N due to poor budget execution.
  • Legislature made the reveal when it inaugurated some projects in its constituency in Adamawa state strong>

Yola, Adamawa State – Kwamoti Laori, a member of the House of Representatives, says that each member of the Green Chamber will receive an allocation of N100 million Implementation of projects in their constituencies.

The Punch reported that the legislature, however, regretted that the MPs received little more than 80 million N der allocated 100 million N.

The legislature made the unveiling in Yola after de r Inauguration of some projects in his constituency.

Laori also criticized what he described as the underperformance of the country’s annual budget.

According to him, Nigeria has never achieved more than 40 percent of the budget performance.

Senate President Lawan responded to allegations of bribes totaling 10 million US dollars to a section of the recently signed petroleum industry Act to manipulate and amend.

Lawan said that neither he, House spokeswoman Femi Gbajabiamila, nor any other lawmaker received such an amount.

The Senate President made the comment shortly after meeting President Muhammadu Buhari in the presidential villa on Monday, August 23rd.

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In another report, Lawan told President Muhammadu B Uhari advised to reduce the foreign loans taken out to finance the country’s annual budget.

The main legislature advised the president to instead focus on blocking financial losses and waste at all levels of government to avoid.