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Friday, October 02, 2020

Honorable Quote

 


19 comments:

  1. It's still on the high side and should be reduced mbok

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    1. Was it ever on the low or medium side? It has always been outrageously high.

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    2. Do they even pay tax.
      Minimum wage is 30k ohhhh
      In this same country. It is well πŸ¦‹

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    3. This is outrageous. They can't be living so large when people are suffering. Considering the level of poverty in Nigeria, 3m is ok.

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  2. Hmmm...it could more than that

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  3. What a wawu 😱😱😱

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  4. What again are we talking about? 😏

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  5. Still believe that it's more than that. Maybe he left out some secret allowances. Bloody thieves in agbada

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  6. This one small o...some of them belong to different committees and still collect from there

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  7. When are we ever going to elect the right president with a heart for the people who will have the balls to do right by us? Someone who will surround himself with people of same mind and fight against all the wicked and evil people who are holding us down even when we are gasping for air and muttering we can't breathe anymore? Just when will we get it right? One person collects 9.3million naira in a country where majority of the population live under $1 a day? Weep child,weep

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  8. I stan Pakistan Afghanistan Nigeria house of Rep infact it is a good future ambition

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  9. It's a wonder that this country is not bankrupt.
    Imagine what could be done for Nigeria if this kind of money was properly used for the country's benefit.
    Education
    Power
    Transport
    Roads
    Feeding the poor
    N9m (112 MILLION NAIRA/yearly) $235,000 per annum not considering all the side deals..
    Now also keep in mind we have 360 house of rep members.
    112million x360 reps = 40BILLION NAIRA. Spent on their salaries alone.
    I weep for my country. I'm truly saddened. πŸ˜”

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  10. It's a wonder that this country is not bankrupt.
    Imagine what could be done for Nigeria if this kind of money was properly used for the country's benefit.
    Education
    Power
    Transport
    Roads
    Feeding the poor
    N9m (112 MILLION NAIRA/yearly) $235,000 per annum not considering all the side deals..
    Now also keep in mind we have 360 house of rep members.
    112million x360 reps = 40BILLION NAIRA. Spent on their salaries alone.
    I weep for my country. I'm truly saddened. πŸ˜”

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    1. They are steadily working towards bankruptcy. That is why they will continue to borrow and borrow more.

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