“We’re in Recession But They’re Buying Cars!”Outcry As Video of Brand New SUVs Allegedly Bought For Senators And Representatives Pops Online.

A video of brand new SUVs is currently making rounds all over Nigerian social media. It is alleged that the vehicles would soon to be distributed to Senators and members of the house of representatives.

The video was first posted by a Twitter user named, MizCarzola1 and it has since sparked reactions from millions of Nigerians. In the video an unknown number of SUVs were parked in a large garage.

Nigerians have condemned the act, most of which have pointed out the ‘fact’ that the Academic Staff Union of Universities is still on strike and Nigeria economy just plunged into another recession. Currently on Nigerian Twitter, the hashtag ‘House of Reps’ is trending No1 and tweeps cannot stop talking about how they are disappointed in the news.

@geekinqest wrote; “Nigeria is currently in #Recession2 and suffering MKT inflation. Schools have been closed for over 8 months now over ASUU unpaid salaries. Yet our Govt, deemed this period the right time to change Senators and House of reps member SUVs. These people no rate us at allšŸ˜” .”

@ resphanto wrote; “Brand new SUVs for Senate and House of Reps members reportedly ready for distribution. Come to think of it, could this be one of the reason why Nigeria borrows money alot or am I the only one who isn’t understanding what’s going on here?”

@djaladdinn wrote; “Brand new SUV for House of reps members and senators while the country is looming in recession, our education sector is gradually turning to poultry, our youths are creating a life for themselves independent of the govt and you still tell me there is hope for an average Nigerian.”

@odafe_D wrote; “As Nigeria entered recession & our university lecturers are protesting non-payment of salaries, these are SUVs for senators & House of Reps members, ready for distribution.”

However, the appropriate authorities haven’t responded to the allegations yet.

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