Saraki Discovers Unused NASS TV Studio

Saraki Discovers Unused NASS TV Studio

Bukola Saraki, Senate president, has uncovered an unused National Assembly Television (NASS TV) studio worth over N500 million.

The Senate president has pledged to probe factors that contributed to neglect of the project which is located inside the National Assembly premises.

Saraki recently embarked on a tour of the NASS complex with staff of the complex.

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On his tweeter account Saraki said that he was told that up to N500 million was spent on the project in the seventh Senate.

He also affirmed that the National Assembly would continue to support President Muhammadu Buhari‎ by passing appropriate laws and giving suitable oversight to administration agencies.

“I was told up to 500 million naira was spent on it. We will look into it to find out the true situation of things,” Saraki stated.

‎On Buhari’s anti-corruption war, Senate president said: “We support it and will continue to do so by enacting appropriate laws and giving proper oversight.

 “We have kick-started the process of restoring public trust, that 8th Senate will only make people-oriented decisions.”

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However, the efforts to cut the salaries and allowances of members of the NASS met a brick wall as legislators failed to agree on a proposal to reduce their salaries and allowances.

Source: Legit.ng

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