Senator Aliyu Wamakko (APC Sokoto) has assured Nigerians that the National Assembly would not renege on its pledge to pass the 2016 budget into law on March 17.
“We will diligently and transparently scrutinise the budget and pass it into law,” Wamakko said while speaking to newsmen in Sokoto on Saturday.
Wamakko, who is the chairman, House Committee on Basic Education, further reiterated the commitment of the National Assembly to complement the efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari to move Nigeria forward and bring about positive changes in the affairs of the country.
The lawmaker appealed to Nigerians to remain patient and pray for the administration to succeed.
“Nigerians should be more patient as there will be light at the end of the tunnel,” he said.


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  • vic

    AND SENATORS HEADED BY THE CHIEF THIEF SENATOR SARAKI, WHO CAUSED DARKNESS IN THE SO-CALLED TUNNEL IN THE FIRST INSTANCE????????? IS NOT IT THOSE HOUSES OF THIEVES AMONG YOU AND THIEVING STATE GOVERNORS AND MINISTERS WHO ARE NOW BEING ROUNDED UP AND EXPOSED FOR UNBRIDLED STEALING AND HIGH-LEVEL CORRUPTION AND POLITICAL THUGGERY???

  • vic

    MR GOVERNOR, YOU ARE TELLING NIGERIANS TO BE PATIENT WHILE MOST OF YOU HAVE VERY QUICKLY DEVELOPED POT BELLIES AFTER LOOTING THE TREASURY IN SUCH A SHORT TIME INTO YOUR CORRUPT OFFICES BEING OVERFED WITH SUMPTUOUS FOODS, ALL AT THE COST OF POOR HUNGRY MASSES OF NIGERIA????????