Saraki runs National ‘Assembly from private residence

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has, since his election as the chairman of the National Assembly on June 9, been attending
to official matters at his private residence in the Maitama area of the
Federal Capital Territory.The reason for this is not far fetched.
It is because the N27.1bn official homes being
built for National Assembly’s principal officers are still under construction.

According to Punch, The former multi-million naira official residence of the Senate President and those of other principal officers had been sold in 2010 at give-away prices by the then President Olusegun Obasanjo administration under the monetisation programme.

Former Senate President, David Mark; his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu; former Speaker, House of
Representatives, Dimeji Bankole; and his deputy, Usman Nafada, had in
2010, bought their official homes. Other lawmakers also did likewise.

The new homes being constructed by the government for the federal lawmakers at a cost of N27.1bn are still under construction

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