20 June 2018

Nigeria: 2018 Budget - Shehu Sani Reacts to Budget Paddling

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President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial district,Shehu Sani reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari's claim that lawmakers made cuts amounting to N347 billion in the allocations to 4,700 projects he submitted for consideration and introduced 6,403 projects of their own amounting to N578 billion.

The National Assembly had on May 16 passed the 2018 Appropriation Bill, increasing the proposal of N8.612 trillion presented by President Buhari last December to N9.120 trillion. Reacting,Sani in a tweet said,"If you take your fabrics to the shop of SURA DE TAILOR & asked him to make Agbada for you,then you travelled round the world for seven months,your clothes will be made in seven months;And it may not be Agbada,it may be Kaftan;that is if you are lucky your fabrics is not missing".

If you take your fabrics to the shop of SURA DE TAILOR & asked him to make Agbada for you,then you travelled round the world for seven months,your clothes will be made in seven months;And it may not be Agbada,it may be Kaftan;that is if you are lucky your fabrics is not missing.

- Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) June 20, 2018

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