– At least 25 traditional rulers in Nasarawa have received brand new SUVs valued at over N800 million.
– According to Sule, the cars should facilitate the fulfillment of the tasks of traditional rulers
On Tuesday May 18, 25 top traditional rulers in Nasarawa state were introduced to 25 brand new traditional rulers by Governor Abdullahi Sule.
Premium Times reported that the vehicles If they were bought directly from the manufacturer, they would have a value of over N 800 million.
The governor stated that the cars are the responsibility of facilitating the capabilities of the royal fathers given the vital role they play in maintaining and maintaining security in the state play.
While the state government said the gesture was initiated by the local government, they were silent about how much was spent on the acquisition of the vehicles and the source of the fund.
Muazu Aminu, chairman of the Association of Local Governments of Nigeria (ALGON) in Nasarawa said the project was conceived by stakeholders including the chairmen of the local council and the ministry of local development and chief affairs “> Aminu also stated that the project enjoys the explicit approval of the state government.
This development comes because the state government owes workers for two months. The move has drawn reactions from Nigerians, some of whom have identified it as a misplaced priority.
However, during his second year activities, Sule promised all outstanding locals eliminate government employee salaries, added Voice of Nigeria.
The governor who made this known while paying homage to the Emir of Nasarawa, Alhaji Ibrahim Jibril, said the Clearing employee salaries would improve the standard of living on various councils and promoting peace.
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