Wardrobe Allowance?  Senators and House Of Reps To Receive N17-21 million in Wardrobe Allowance 

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If you think you’re dreaming, you’re not. Yes you read that right. 

The newly sworn in members of the National Assembly will be very happy campers as they have been granted a whopping N8.64 billion in wardrobe allowance. A sum that includes 17 million for Senators and 21 million for House of Reps. 

This does not include other allowance that are already in their package. Housing, furniture, vehicle are part of their pay package already. 

It was also learnt that the management of the National Assembly is currently allocating offices to the 469 federal lawmakers in both chambers ahead of their resumption on June 23 from the two-week recess that they embarked on June 10.

While the wardrobe allowance, just like the furniture and vehicle allowances, will cover the entire four-year tenure of the 469 federal lawmakers, their housing allowances are paid on a yearly basis.

Via a report from ThisDayLive

While the wardrobe allowance, just like the furniture and vehicle allowances, will cover the entire four-year tenure of the 469 federal lawmakers, their housing allowances are paid on a yearly basis.

Based on the approval of the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), the housing allowance for political office holders is usually 200 per cent of their annual salaries, the furniture allowance is 300 per cent of annual salaries, while a motor vehicle loan is pegged at 400 per cent of their annual salaries.

Craziness I tell you. 

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