The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), reveals that the 8th and 9th senate spends about #10 billion on cars.
The group condemns the development in strong terms, saying that it’s wasteful and illegal for the 8th and 9th Nigerian Senate to use taxpayers money to live a life of luxury.
The cost is paid by poor citizens and the money could be better spent. We’re suing to stop this taxpayer-funded luxury for our lawmakers. If you would like to join us, simply say: “I’m co-applicant”, SERAP tweeted on their official twitter handle @serapnigeria.
Recall that SERAP is a Nigerian non-profit promoting socio-economic rights, transparency and accountability in Nigeria.
See Tweet Below:
https://twitter.com/SERAPNigeria/status/1162000365442744321?s=20