Abuja – Senate President Bukola Saraki has defended his move to buy cars despite public outcry and backlash, PM News reports.
In as statement issued by his media adviser, Saraki said that the old vehicles had disappointed him on several occasions, as they broke down, thus making it difficult for him to carry out his duties successfully.
"It is an obvious fact that the official and spare cars that the Senate President inherited and has been using are old and have been malfunctioning," read part of the statement.
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- News24 Nigeria