Eye9ja has obtained a report showing a detailed breakdown of the 9th Nigerian Senate monthly earnings.
Eye9ja reports that the 9th senate earns a weighty N29.48m as legislators monthly.
The weighty N29.48m which was revealed to be the legislators earning is a collation of N7.5m as furniture allowance and N9.94m as motor vehicle allowance, which is the highest fee on the breakdown of the senators’ earnings.
The breakdown of the senators’ earnings revealed that the legislators receive N7.45m as furniture allowance and receive N9.94m as motor vehicle allowance, which is the highest fee on the breakdown of the senators’ earnings.
In reference to the breakdown, senators receive N2.48m as basic salary, this is in addition to the constituency allowance of N4.97m and N1.24m as hardship allowance.
Below is the breakdown of Senators’ Earnings:
Basic Salary – N2.48m
Hardship Allowance – N1.24m
Constituency Allowance – N4.97m
Furniture Allowance – N7.45m
Newspaper Allowance – N1.24m
Wardrobe Allowance – N621,000
Recess Allowance – N248,000
Accommodation – N4.97m
Utilities – N828,000
Entertainment – N828,000
Personal Assistant – N621,000
Vehicle Maintenance Allowance – N1.86m
Leave Allowance – N248K
Severance Gratuity – N1.86m
Motor Vehicle Allowance – N9.94m
Total = N29.48m Monthly.
In addition, this online news platform recalls that the 9th Nigerian Senate was instituted June 11, 2019, with the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) having the majority number of senators and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Nigeria’s main opposition party, coming behind.
in conclusion, the only party outside of the two dominant parties that resumed the 9th Senate with only one seat is the Young Progressive Party (YPP).