Friday, 14 July 2017


By: Our Reporter,

Plateau State House of Assembly (PLHA) from all indication must have been heavily hit by the recession in the country, as there is a drastic drop of activities in the House.

REALITY investigation can authoritatively state that, members are seeking how to survive by trying to reach out, to political friends within the state and outside, for assistance.

“Some of members now stand their grounds to collect N200.00 change from sellers of wears and food even in the face of attempt to blackmail them, as “Honourable Members”, REALITY is told.

You would recall that REALITY had reported that Banks are already on the neck of most of the members in order for them to start the repayments of their loans, which the Speaker of the Assembly had confirmed in the past.

REALITY also gathered that the House has just written the State Governor, Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong, intimating him that the Principal Officers of the House have no cars to effectively perform their Legislative functions in the state.

You would recall that there is already a controversy over the cars bought by the Governor, to aid Federal Lawmakers from the state in their Legislative activities.

However, reports have it the Sen. Jonah Jang rejected his.

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