Banky W reacts to allocation of N37b for National Assembly Complex renovation

Banky W reacts to allocation of N37b for National Assembly Complex renovation

- Celebrity singer Banky W has reacted to allocation of N37 billion for the National Assembly Complex

- The music star turned politician noted that there are other pressing issues that require urgent funding

- Banky W’s take was received with mixed reactions from his followers

Nigerian music star turned politician Bankole Wellington aka Banky W has shared his piece of mind as it concerns the allocation of N37 billion for the renovation of the National Assembly Complex.

The singer who also doubles as a talent manager, expressed his complete reservation at the development, in a post shared on microblogging platform, Twitter.

Banky W painfully noted that Nigerian leaders do not have any conscience. He stated that there are other sectors such as healthcare, education, that are in pressing needs of funds, but instead money is being allocated to renovate an office building.

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The entertainer went on to berate citizens of the country for letting leaders get away with their inadequacies.

See the post below:

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Reacting, some of his followers nodded in agreement with his submission. Some were of the opinion that the people were too complacent as a nation. Read tweets below:

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Meanwhile, previously reported that the Strong Thing crooner disclosed that he would be releasing a new body of work for his supporters in 2020. Banky W made the revelation while responding to a follower on Twitter. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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