TSA: SEE The 2 Major Reasons Why The National Assembly Say They Won’t Be A Part Of It

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The National Assembly yesterday made it very clear that it would not be part of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) being implemented by President Muhammadu Buhari. In this light, INFORMATION NIGERIA has put together the 2 major reasons why the National Assembly says no to joining TSA…

1. Agreeing to join the TSA is like surrendering their autonomy to the executive.

2. According to the National Assembly, agreeing to join TSA means putting the Constitution aside and following Buhari’s wish.

Do you support the National Assembly on this???

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  1. What alternative option do they have to ensure accountabilty?I hope they will not shout ”witch hunting”when either the EFCC or ICPC moves in to verify the books.This house has always tended to national house of corruption.


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