$100,000 A Month In Salary & Allowances: A National Assembly Election For The Spoils Of Office

David Mark and Dimeji Bankole
Nigeria Today

Tomorrow, the first of a three-stage national elections in the country will commence as candidates fight for the right to become members of parliament at the federal level, a job that can earn them at least $100,000 a month in salary and allowances. Arguably, the highest anywhere on planet earth.

The spoils of office in Nigeria are one reason why a violent electoral campaign has claimed the lives of more than 50 people since July, according to Amnesty International. In a March 3 attack, at least 10 people died when explosives were hurled at rally of President Goodluck Jonathan’s ruling People’s Democratic Party in the town of Suleja. “Every office appears worth killing for, given the amount of money they make,” said Jibrin Ibrahim, director of the Centre for Democracy and Development, a group based in Abuja, the capital, that campaigns for democracy and good governance. “That’s why we’re seeing this level of violence.”

The concern about sectarian and election-related violence has sparked domestic demand for foreign currency, central bank Governor Lamido Sanusi said in a March 15 interview in Abuja. That has weakened the naira, which reached an 18-month low against the dollar on March 17. “People want to see a smooth transition, a free and fair election before they bring back the money,” he said. While an armed insurgency in the Niger River delta that cut more than 28 percent of the nation’s oil output from 2006 to 2009 remains relatively quiet, parts of the north have been hit by a mounting campaign of violence by Islamic militants inspired by Afghanistan’s Taliban movement.  Jonathan’s PDP currently holds majorities of about 54 percent in the 109-member Senate and the 360-seat House of Representatives. Of the 59 bills the two chambers passed from the start of their tenure in 2007 to the end of last year, most weren’t part of the governing party’s political program, said Clement Nwankwo, executive director of the Abuja-based Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre, which tracks parliamentary activities.

“That advantage was never deployed to a higher national goal,” Nwankwo said in a phone interview yesterday. “Instead, they took selfish advantage of their powers to budget for themselves extravagant pay and allowances.”  Jonathan, who succeeded former President Umaru Yar’Adua on his death on May 5, tried to rein in spending this year by cutting recurrent outlays by 29 percent. Parliament rebuffed him and raised the budget 17 percent to 4.97 trillion naira ($32 billion).  Since Nigeria’s return to civilian government in 1999 after 15 years of military rule, the PDP has presided over the spending of more than $300 billion in oil export revenue. During that time income disparities have widened, with 54 percent of the population living on less than a dollar a day, about 22 million citizens illiterate, and maternal mortality of 800 per 100,000 live births, a rate among the highest in the world, according to the United Nations Development Programme.  “People in Nigeria see very little in terms of infrastructure, health and basic services,” Sola Tayo, an analyst at London-based research group, Chatham House, said by phone on March 30. “And to hear that people who should be responsible for providing these things are getting all that money is bound to fuel resentment. They don’t seem to be doing much for all that money.”

About a quarter of last year’s budget, about 1.12 trillion naira, went to pay 17,474 officials in federal, state and local governments, according to the Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission, the Abuja-based agency responsible for setting their pay.  Finance Minister Olusegun Aganga called this year’s budget “unimplementable,” while Sanusi cited the spending boom as a reason for the decision on March 22 to raise the benchmark interest rate by a percentage point to 7.5 percent. “We have a constitution that says we must have a minister from every state, so we must have 36 ministers. Do we need 36 ministries? These are questions that we need to ask,” Sanusi said in a speech on March 19. “Can we do something about that and reduce the cost of governance and free up funds for education and health?” Tomorrow’s vote will be followed in a week by the presidential election. That race pits Jonathan against 18 rivals, including former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari and the ex-head of the anti-graft agency, Nuhu Ribadu, who is the candidate of the Action Congress of Nigeria. A week after that, voters choose the governors and legislatures of Nigeria’s 36 states.

The main opposition parties, the ACN and Buhari’s Congress for Progressive Change, stand a good chance of cutting into the PDP’s parliamentary majority, Nwankwo said.  The last elections, in 2007, were condemned as flawed by international and local monitors for violent intimidation of voters, falsification of figures and widespread ballot- snatching. Jonathan pledged a more transparent vote and won plaudits by appointing a respected academic, Attahiru Jega, to head the Independent National Electoral Commission. “This is an opportunity for Nigeria to demonstrate its capacity to both manage and hold democratic elections, which are the desire of the people,” U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson said in a March 29 teleconference with reporters. The last elections “were deeply flawed and, in fact, were poorly administered and poorly run.” 

 Originally published by Nigeria2Day

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Lagos election has been

Lagos election has been postpone until further notice. Confirmed by prof Olorode on phone in radio continental.

Prof Olorode is Lagos REC this he said was due to unavailability of result sheet.

IF YOU BELIEVE If u belief

IF YOU BELIEVE
If u belief since a minority from Niger delta have not wasted our recourses and our destiny like the north and the south have, by means of ethnic and religious sentiment, and now is the time to do so.

VOTE PDP

If you believe we can afford to continue to move at the speed of Patience Jonathan newly commissioned locomotive engine that travel btw Lagos and Abeoukuta for 2 hours, a distance of 80km, while high speed train in china Line speed up to the current travels at 300km per Hour and soon to be 320km per Hour on the Tohoku shinkansen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqqKA_HI-O8

VOTE PDP

If you want education standard to continue to crash further while the children of the rich go abroad to have quality education and all you will have is promise of new university with collapse infrastructure on existing one, with brain drain and lecturers running out of the country for greener pasture.

VOTE PDP

If u want our government to continue to spend $1.5 billion on a Zungeru 600 megawatts gas turbine power plant, while at Omar (middle east) the same cost $404,494,380 million and the Aso Rock spends 1.57 million naira on food for the president household alone daily.

VOTE PDP

If u want the about 16,500 political office holder from presidency to local government chairmen to continue to consume 75% of our national budget while the rest is lost in transit and you are still expecting infrastructural development

VOTE PDP

If you want Nigerian looter to continue to loot and have state pardoned, plea bargaining or light penalty like Bude Jugde who stole 100 billion and server 2 and half years in jail and Halliburton case which is being watered down now.

VOTE PDP

IF you want to continue to buy fuel for N65 per litter or the deregulated diesel for N150 while in Venezuela the same one litter of petrol cost only N2.20k and it will take decade promising to build you refinery in the face of the oil cabal who benefit from either subsides or deregulation
“IF INDIAN CAN BUILD THE WORLD LARGEST REFINERY FOR 6.1 BILLION DOLLAR AND WE SPENT 27 BILLION DOLLAR EXCESS CRUDE ACCOUNT TO ACHIEVE NOTHING, THEN WE NEED TO CHANGE OUR LEADERS.”
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1656901/posts#comment#comment

“The Petronav of Malaysia was established in 1974, and presently, it has refineries in 34 countries. Petrobras of Brazil was established in 1953, and presently, it is operating in 28 countries with 16 refineries. Venezuela has 16 refineries with nine operating in the country, while the others are operating in other countries. A liter of fuel is sold for N2.20k. It means the difference between Venezuela and other countries is the question of leadership”

VOTE PDP

If you want immunity clause to continue to protect our legislathiefs and Governors while they loot us dry

VOTE PDP

IF YOU WANT THAT CHANGE NOW NOT IN 4 YEARS TIME OR MORE VOTE B&B COMBINATION
YOUR DESTINY IS IN YOUR VOTE, VOTE WISELY

Compiled by Pastor Ayoola Iyana Ipaja

IF U VOTE PDP

IF YOU BELIEVE
If u belief since a minority from Niger delta have not wasted our recourses and our destiny like the north and the south have, by means of ethnic and religious sentiment, and now is the time to do so.

VOTE PDP

If you believe we can afford to continue to move at the speed of Patience Jonathan newly commissioned locomotive engine that travel btw Lagos and Abeoukuta for 2 hours, a distance of 80km, while high speed train in china Line speed up to the current travels at 300km per Hour and soon to be 320km per Hour on the Tohoku shinkansen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqqKA_HI-O8

VOTE PDP

If you want education standard to continue to crash further while the children of the rich go abroad to have quality education and all you will have is promise of new university with collapse infrastructure on existing one, with brain drain and lecturers running out of the country for greener pasture.

VOTE PDP

If u want our government to continue to spend $1.5 billion on a Zungeru 600 megawatts gas turbine power plant, while at Omar (middle east) the same cost $404,494,380 million and the Aso Rock spends 1.57 million naira on food for the president household alone daily.

VOTE PDP

If u want the about 16,500 political office holder from presidency to local government chairmen to continue to consume 75% of our national budget while the rest is lost in transit and you are still expecting infrastructural development

VOTE PDP

If you want Nigerian looter to continue to loot and have state pardoned, plea bargaining or light penalty like Bude Jugde who stole 100 billion and server 2 and half years in jail and Halliburton case which is being watered down now.

VOTE PDP

IF you want to continue to buy fuel for N65 per litter or the deregulated diesel for N150 while in Venezuela the same one litter of petrol cost only N2.20k and it will take decade promising to build you refinery in the face of the oil cabal who benefit from either subsides or deregulation
“IF INDIAN CAN BUILD THE WORLD LARGEST REFINERY FOR 6.1 BILLION DOLLAR AND WE SPENT 27 BILLION DOLLAR EXCESS CRUDE ACCOUNT TO ACHIEVE NOTHING, THEN WE NEED TO CHANGE OUR LEADERS.”
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1656901/posts#comment#comment

“The Petronav of Malaysia was established in 1974, and presently, it has refineries in 34 countries. Petrobras of Brazil was established in 1953, and presently, it is operating in 28 countries with 16 refineries. Venezuela has 16 refineries with nine operating in the country, while the others are operating in other countries. A liter of fuel is sold for N2.20k. It means the difference between Venezuela and other countries is the question of leadership”

VOTE PDP

If you want immunity clause to continue to protect our legislathiefs and Governors while they loot us dry

VOTE PDP

IF YOU WANT THAT CHANGE NOW NOT IN 4 YEARS TIME OR MORE VOTE B&B COMBINATION
YOUR DESTINY IS IN YOUR VOTE, VOTE WISELY

Compiled by Pastor Ayoola Iyana Ipaja

The Man BUHARI According

The Man BUHARI According To:

Musa Yar’Adua:

“Buhari is… one of the few boys trusted by his classmates… quite dependable.”

Asiwaju Tinubu:

“… a man to whom honour is due. And I say honour is all about integrity; honour is about truthfulness, honour is about consistency; honour is about courage and candour; honour is about transparency; honour is about credibility; honour is about character. All these sum up the person of General Muhammadu Buhari. A definitive proof on the life of a great soldier, statesman and now a politician.”

Audu Ogbeh:

“Buhari is a credible personality and a committed democrat, who believes in the unity of Nigeria.”

TheNEWS Magazine:

“Buhari regime… have gone down as the most patriotic, honest and sincere in Nigeria’s history.”

“Buhari… has made honesty a platform , a quality that makes him a rare specie in Abuja’s corruption ridden society. This man exudes honesty. Everything around his Kaduna office and home speaks of cleanliness and modesty and they seem to reflect an inner cleanliness.”

“Buhari is a basics man, who seemed to have conquered such everyday failings of pride,greed that have blighted Nigeria’s political leadership.”

Gani Fawehinmi:

“ I knew him by his principles, determination and passion to rid the country of corruption.”

“When we talk of anti-corruption war, there is no way you will exclude General Buhari,”

“I don’t want to hear what a political party is going to do, whether ANPP, or PDP, or NDP, or which other political organization. Tell me who is leading the party, tell me who is leading the government, that’s my concern. It’s a matter of leadership.”

The Roundtable, With Tiko Okoye:

“General Buhari had gone to visit his (then) running mate – Dr. Chuba Okadigbo – at home during the Christian Lenten season. He reportedly remonstrated the late Oyi of Oyi for having breakfast when he should have been fasting. That is Buhari for you: a man of integrity who takes his religion seriously but would also want others to take theirs seriously too; not the sanctimonious type that preaches one thing while doing the exact opposite.”

Asiwaju Tinubu:

“What does a personality like Buhari mean to Nigeria? For me, the most important thing is that here is a man who does not live a lie. I repeat, this is a man who does not live a lie. His every conduct reflects his inner convictions. Here is a man who practices what he preaches. Here is a man who never puts on a mask of deception. Here is a man who is never afraid to be what he is. Here is an embodiment of philosophical injuctions.”

A Compilation by Arise Nigeria Today - arisenigeria2@yahoo.com

SIR, YOU MUST USE YOUR GOOD

SIR, YOU MUST USE YOUR GOOD OFFICE TO CUT DOWN ON THIS SPENDING IF WE MUST SAVE FOR TOMORROW AND ALSO FIX OUR INFRASTRUCTURES

THE State House plans to spend over N500 million on food stuff and catering supplies, according to an estimate in the 2011 budget before the National Assembly.

The State House (residences and offices of the President and Vice-President) is allocated N21,159,867,112.

About N1,570,107,112 is for salaries and wages. Allowances and social contributions will be serviced with N640,386,203.

The proposed recurrent expenditure for the office of the Vice-President is N8,395,543,797. This is broken down into travel and transport (N2,014,658,355); utilities (N263,514,587); materials and supplies (N1,614, 315,741); maintenance services (N2,847,709,086); training (N338,045,242); consult-ancy and professional services (N85,747,680); fuel and lubricants (N197,700,000); miscellaneous (N1,033,853, 106) and loans and advances (N53,830,000).

About N54 million is voted for fuelling of plant/generator.

About N574, 074,750 is to be spent on food stuff and catering materials are to cost N374,074,750; N312,400,000 is for refreshments and meals; N86,422,720 for honorarium and sitting allowances and N383,408,436 is proposed to be spent on welfare packages.

Under the proposed capital vote of the vice president, over N3 billion is set aside for buying fixed assets; N30 million is to be spent on office furniture and fittings; over N428 million is voted for computers; N553,594,442 for canteen/kitchen equipment, N403,594,442 for kitchen and household equipment and N150,000,000 for household equipment and materials (for the Vice-President’s residence).

There are, also, N1,128,640,000 for residential furniture and N21,875,000 for recreational facilities.

More than N4billion is provided for the construction and provision of fixed assets in the State House. Out of this, N1,170,000,000 will be spent on construction/provision of residential buildings; N861,000,000 for electricity (in the State House) N545,000,000 for the construction/provision of infrastructure and N184,000,000 for the construction/provision of recreational facilities.

N24 million is proposed for one library scanner for the library.

WHO DECIDES SALARY... EMPLOYER OR EMPLOYEE?

POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS ARE EMPLOYEES OF THE ELECTORATES. THE ELECTORATES SHOULD DECIDE THEIR SALARY. REVENUE MOBILIZATION & FISCAL POLICY COMMISSION SHOULD ALSO RISE TO THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES. IT IS AN ACT OF GREED FOR AN EMPLOYEE (LAWMAKERS) TO DECIDE HIS/ HER SALARY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE EMPLOYER (NIGERIANS. THIS IS THEIR LAST CHANCE AS THEY WILL NOT HAVE ANY EXCUSE FOR NOT ACCEPTING (LEGISLATING) REASONABLE SALARY BY THIS TIME OF 2015.

WHO DECIDES SALARY... EMPLOYER OR EMPLOYEE?

POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS ARE EMPLOYEES OF THE ELECTORATES. THE ELECTORATES SHOULD DECIDE THEIR SALARY. REVENUE MOBILIZATION & FISCAL POLICY COMMISSION SHOULD ALSO RISE TO THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES. IT IS AN ACT OF GREED FOR AN EMPLOYEE (LAWMAKERS) TO DECIDE HIS/ HER SALARY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE EMPLOYER (NIGERIANS. THIS IS THEIR LAST CHANCE AS THEY WILL NOT HAVE ANY EXCUSE FOR NOT ACCEPTING (LEGISLATING) REASONABLE SALARY BY THIS TIME OF 2015.

This is the reason I will

This is the reason I will never vote GEJ , he has said nothing about this daylight robbery since we put him there ,yet he want us to commit another blunder by electing him so that we are thrown into 4yrs of slavery under his cronies, the like of OBJ & co.Yaradua even made a bit of reduction during his time but during the time of GEJ it is anything goes.

THE YEEE HAVE IT

$100,000!!!! monthly for saying only "THE YEEE HAVE IT" This amount is asides the multi- million naira constituency projects (evidenced in BOREHOLE) allowance. Our LG chairmen are on their own on a monthly basis (after the FG has shared allocation to the three tiers of govt)just pocket the thing. What we hear them doing now is laundering the money to buy houses in UK and in other places against the expiration of their tenures. Then few months to the end of their tenure, they quickly patch some of the roads and dig some drainages to show they have legacies. The Governors..... eh that one na no go area. The country is SERIOUSLY stinking parastatals, agencies, institutions all in serious financial wastages/recklessness/mess. The larger part of the populace in squalor. Only GOD can deliver from this BONDAGE.

Damn Shame

We are still yet to know what exactly these guys do but we know what they make. There should be a general strike by the labor union

OUR PITIABLE STATE

Hmm!Naija would never seize to amaze. Doctors, teachers and lecturers go on strike everyday because of an increment of merely 50,000 naira but illitrates earn 15,000,000 naira every month. Amazing............

Your vote today would not

Your vote today would not reduce their salary, it will only replace a thief with another thief. so think very well.....what naija need is constitutional review and to decide how we should be govern

Pay for Nothing

Only in Nigeria among the whole world do we pay our legislatures more that the US President for doing nothing but for keeping the whole nation in bondage. The next 12-48 hours will be critical deciding moment whether we are so fed up that we desire to break away from this spell. Aluta Continua, Victoria around the corner.

Prayer

Emeka, may be you are too hard on them but I can understand. How about praying that God opens their hearts to repentance?

How can we progress??

These people have ruined Nigeria, how can we progress as a nation when all the money is being used to pay salaries of politicians who do nothing and still embezzle funds despite their huge salaries.
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There lies the problem.

Nigerians, don't worry your votes alone will reduce their salaries: dreamers. @Akinwunmi Coker: It seems you didn't read this article properly, in the US the majority/Minority leaders in both the upper and lower houses earn $193,400.00 per year while the Speaker earns 223,500.00/yr. Take note, this is not monthly but yearly and why do you think it is a do or die affair to win election in Nigeria.

Prayers to our SINATORS and REPRESENTATHIEVES

I really think the best gift to be given to these educated illiterates who are parading themselves as SINATORS, and REPRESENTATHIEVES, is just by saying prayers for them. I know that the voice of men is the voice of God, and I instinctively believe that our prayers must and would be answered by our impartial God in heaven above. Now the prayers go like this:

Self: May incurable diseases find a permanent room in their homes.
Nigerians: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen
Self: May their children submit willingly the loots by their fathers and mothers to fraudsters, perhaps today, tomorrow, or whenever.
Nigerians: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen
Self: May their wife's spend the stolen Nigerian money on their lover boys.
Nigerians: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen.
Self: May the paternity of their children be in serious doubt, from yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Nigerians: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen.

Self: All these we ask through our lord and savior Jesus Christ.

Nigerians: Ami, Ami, Ami, Ami, Ami, Ami, Ami Jesu. Emeka Nwoke

$100,000.00&ALLOWANCE SHOULD BE REDUCED

May I draw the attention of the Senate President and the Speaker to the salaries and allowances of the Legislatures in Nigeria. The indicated amount is not only excessive considering the economic situation of the country but the amount involved exceeds and double what the members of USA congress obtains.

That in essence shows the type of love we have for our country;the love for money at the detriment of our nation. It reveals our nature, our pedegree and how we care for our selves and our brothers; no wonder the aspirants adopts do or die tactics to get in to the N/ Assembly.

The question however is when are we as people will start to think about the country,the downtroden and our future generation?
When are we going to stop to delude our selves and take the destiny of our country and our democracy seriosly?

My appeal to you, is to use your good offices to help rectify the anomaly, to instill discipline in our society, to lead by example and to create enabling environment for the development of our country.

NIGERIANS ARE STILL GULLIBLE

Our complaints about Nigerian legislators would have been minimal if most of them were not gullible and vain-glory worshippers. Lets wait and see if they would prove me wrong in the next 48 - 72 hours.

I love Nigeria

I love Nigeria so much. $100,000/month for law makers who make no laws, check it out.

Rogues with no conscience.

Rogues with no conscience. Your people are suffering and you are dining and wining on the money from the nation's natural resources.

The society is in shambles under your watch "cry the beloved country." Nothing works anymore; no future for the less priviledged youths because of these greedy idiots who parade themselves as politicians in Nigeria. I remember my younger days as a boarding student in secondary school, we had it all because the nation's money were well utilized to fund education and more.

Buhari is coming for all of you.

PLEASE NIGERIANS GO OUT

PLEASE NIGERIANS GO OUT TOMORROW AND VOTE THESE THIEVES OUT OF GOVERNMENT. ANYONE THAT SITS AT HOME AND THINKS IT IS A PUBLIC HOLIDAY IS PART OF NIGERIA'S PROBLEM. GO OUT AND VOTE. GO OUT AND VOTE THEM OUT..........IF WE SPEND 80% OF THE MONEY NIGERIA MAKES ON DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS IMAGINE WHERE WE WILL BE BY NOW. I DONT THINK GEJ IS ABAD GUY BUY IF HE IS AMONG THIEVES WHAT CAN HE OFFER. VOTE BB.GOD BLESS NIGERIA.

Bull Eye !

Very soon self trained snipers will flood Nigeria and start killing the national assembly members and Nigerians will welcome it whole heartedly, let the government reduce their salary to 3 million par month so that we can have more and better infrastructures in the country.

I pity the fools that vote for PDP!!

I pity the fools that cast their votes for PDP in these coming elections. No gainsaying, PDP has been a curse upon our nation and its citizens.This party of thugs and hoodlums has been the bane to Nigeria's progress.

What gives? Twelves years in the live of Nigeria under a so called democratic dispensation with nothing to show for progress leaves a bitter taste in my mouth.
I can't imagine any public servant (anywhere) making these kinds of monies and while those they pretend to serve die quietly with agony and despair.

What a shame, what a people and what a nation full of gluttons!!!

Danladi27 thank u for your

Danladi27 thank u for your comment. It beats my imagination as well, atimes i think some nigerians just love the state of country.....how could anyone consider voting for pdp?? it is only in Nigeria that a presidential candidate would refuse to attend a debate, and still stand a good chance of winning.
Pls lets kick pdp out!!

What's the Source

I find it hard to believe that members of parliament in Nigeria can earn that kind of amount per month. $100,000 per annum is ridiculous not to talk of per month.

I will like to know how this article came about this amount, since we now have the Freedom of Information bill passed, journalists should be able to request for the salary scale data for all our elected officials so we all know for sure how much they earn.

Akuke go and sit down

@AKUKE, When interlects are commenting pls don't come close 2 an issue beyond your level of comprehension. The information reads president jonathan's ruling PDP's rally in suleja. AKUKe u need 2 go back to your elementary level and learn more on possesive pronoun b4 u jump into discussions primitively reserved 4 interlects.

Power

That is why they are desperate for power
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$100,000???? wat a joke and

$100,000???? wat a joke and an insult 2 d men and women who fought and died for d nigerian state. and wat sensible laws hav they passed in d 12yrs they hav been there? i weep for the treasury.

12 REASONS WHY WE MUST REJECT PDP

In 12 years, PDP has been in power; all the party has to show for it are:
• Unemployment
• Insecurity (Assassinations, Bombings, Kidnappings, Political Violence, Terrorism)
• Corruption
• Electoral Fraud
• Power Failure
• Inflation
• Religious Crises
• Poor Leadership (How does a party that can’t address its leadership problems, aspire to lead the country?)
• Educational Decay
• Poor Infrastructure
• Poor Health Services
• Disunity & Failed Promises
If you vote for the PDP, you'll get more of this, and of course, more contempt for democracy, and more neglect of the priorities of Nigerian families and youth. The only alternative to a PDP government is a compassionate, responsible, and responsive government.
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