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Pastor Tunde Bakare Blasts NASS Lawmakers Over N9M Wardrobe Allowance

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June 23, 2015 – Pastor Tunde Bakare Blasts National Assembly Members Over N9 Billion Wardrobe Allowance, Asks If They’re Doing Fashion Parade

Hear what Latter Rain Pastor Tunde Bakare said about the controversial N9 Billion wardrobe allowance budget earmarked for the National House of Assembly Members.

“I believe they were wearing clothes before they came in. Were they naked before they got there? Didn’t they have clothes in their wardrobes?
“Where are the likes of Papa Ajasin, former Governor of Ondo state, who declared his asset and said the number of clothes he took to the State House was the same number he came out with?

“Will our lawmakers be on a fashion parade? All those things should be cut off.
“We have states that cannot pay salaries and they want to live fat at the expense of the masses. I believe that time will sort everything out.”

Those selfish politicians lack the fear of God. How can this huge amount be put aside for wardrobe only???

It is obvious they are in it for their own selfish interests.

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  1. ty

    June 23, 2015 at 6:31 AM

    u spoke my mind daddy bakare

  2. sf

    June 23, 2015 at 8:15 AM

    nice one again, change has come Alhamdulilahi kasiran. May Allah give our good leaders the wisdom to lead us better.

  3. scodar

    June 23, 2015 at 9:15 AM

    To my best of understanding, I believe they are not appointed there because of they were lacking clothe and not that they are not be wearing clothe before they were elected . If not so why can they be giving 9million each for wardrobe. If 9M was given for WARDROBE ALLOWANCE, how much are they going to give them for HOUSE ALLOWANCE,FOOD ALLOWANCE etc. We keep saying past Govt are looters, what do we call this, if not they are there for their own interest not for masses [nigerians] again.

  4. Denis Ray Ogosi

    June 23, 2015 at 1:10 PM

    Where is the Change agent we voted in? these wasteful spending must be cut off and funds redirected to areas that will be beneficial to the people… why else were they voted in? is it not to do every thing economically possible to channel the country into elevating the needs of the society? Mr. Change should use his veto power to stop this none sense… He must first sweep out the trash inside his house before flushing the trash in Nigeria otherwise the PDP statusquo continues Nonesense…

  5. muyi

    June 23, 2015 at 3:34 PM

    All our men of God in this country has to wake up to this wasteful and selfish attitude of all this politician, before they cause havoc in this country,let all our minister of God join pastor Tunde Bakare to call all this thief of a things to other in this Nigeria.God save Nigeria.What even baffle me most is so call christian among of all this thief that suppose to make a change but instead of making change they join them to loot and finish our money,God will make a way one day.

  6. Jilo

    June 23, 2015 at 5:44 PM

    By now what these lawbreakers should be thinking now is how this Country will forge ahead. Nigeria lawmakers are the most unreasonable lawmakers in the world. With the huge deficit of 7 trillions debt hanging around this Nations neck still, they were asking for Wardrobe and Furniture allowance by doing nothing. How this Country will get back to its feet is not their business. I can’t even figure out what exactly they are doing in the house. We might as well not having these people than having non functioning legislators and yet they are the highest paying branch of government in the world. I hope these people will not ruin this Nation with selfishness and corruption. Buhari must use all his Veto in order to resist all these thieves.

  7. ed

    June 23, 2015 at 8:48 PM

    They think we still remain wit papa deceived pickin style. Hell bundles.

  8. Ayo

    June 23, 2015 at 10:17 PM

    We need more organised campaigns, demonstrations and rallies to go and occupy the national assembly and disrupt the fools. We own the NASS and we have the right to stop these fools from continuous destruction of our lives and that of our children. I want to plead with people of conscience and youths who still have hope to start forming alliances that will allow us to put maximum pressure on these fools. We have woken up since March 2015 please lets not fall back to sleep,use facebook, twitter, whatsapp, email, phone calls, gatherings and any tools you can think of to start the movements, we need to assist buhari in this battle that will last years to come. Please do not fall asleep until these crooks are gone.

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