MONEY VIDEO: “In order for us to enjoy our holidays, a token has been sent to our various accounts by the Clark of the National Assembly.” —Godswill Akpabio, President of the Nigerian Senate KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, August 9, 2023

MONEY VIDEO: “In order for us to enjoy our holidays, a token has been sent to our various accounts by the Clark of the National Assembly.” —Godswill Akpabio, President of the Nigerian Senate

“In order for us to enjoy our holidays, a token has been sent to our various accounts by the Clark of the National Assembly.” —Godswill Akpabio, President of the Nigerian Senate. 

He didn’t realize he was still on a live TV, they are suffocating the poor with suffering and enjoying themselves. They don’t care about you and I. SAD!

The Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, has informed the senators in the Upper Chamber that the clerk of the National Assembly would be depositing some funds into their individual bank accounts to facilitate an enjoyable holiday period.

In a video that emerged online on August 9, Akpabio conveyed this message before a motion to adjourn was presented at the conclusion of the Senate’s ministerial screening process.

He remarked, “In order to enable all of us to enjoy our holidays, a token has been sent to our various accounts by the clerk of the national assembly.”

Shortly thereafter, a few of his colleagues alerted Akpabio to the fact that the plenary session was being broadcast live on television.

Sources close to the President told one of our correspondents on Saturday that the deal to make Akpabio president of the senate was sealed a day before the presidential primary of the All Progressives Congress.

The primary, which was held at the Eagles Square in Abuja between June 6 and 8, 2022, had Tinubu, Akpabio and others as aspirants.

“Asiwaju (Tinubu) met with Akpabio a day before the primary and approached him to step down for him. Tinubu said if the former governor would agree, it would send a positive signal to the audience and other aspirants since he (Akpabio) would be the first aspirant to be invited to the podium to speak,” one of the sources said.

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