Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has said that as part of measures to saving cost of governance, he chose to stay back in the same house he was staying long before he became number third citizens in the country.
Saraki while responding to a question on the sale of national assets from a twitter handle @shogbo 1, Akin Akingbesote had asked Saraki to support the sale of the “mansions of our dear senate president”.
Responding, Saraki said: “As part of cost saving measures, I stay in the same house I have been way before I became Senate President. We will continue to do more.”
Sir @bukolasaraki, could you kindly support the sale of the mansions for our Senate President #sellnationalassets to save our economy.