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Prince KM BELLO 16h
I am a staunch supporter but I don't support blindly....this is the truth about things.... as it is now, can't feed you and your family for long
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
We will continue to operate within the limit of our resources. posited that the FG can't go beyond infrastructure spend of 1.4tn as we don't have the revenue to back it up. This is the obvious reality based on financial reality Thread...
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
We have had enough governors who have been voted out because of the inability to manage the civil servants. They have a lot of people depending on them. The market women look up to them and when they have no money, everyone in the state suffers it.
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
States that are predominantly civil servants have their economy dependent on payment of salaries. When you stop paying salaries, you impoverish the citizens and crash the economic activities of such states. What then is the joy of a governor when your economy nose-dives?
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
It is agreed that we have infrastructure deficit but we must first be productive intellectually which can only be achieved through education however, education goes beyond building school blocks. The blocks are important but the teachers are much more important
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
There are people who believe that you can't continue to pay salaries without infrastructure development. What I say is that you should make your workers more productive and stimulate business activities in your state to enable revenue generation.
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
You can improve your IGR by attracting businesses to your state. You can also do that by encouraging craft work whose products can be exported. It is not in the best interest of the government to build roads first and make salaries secondary. The workers will revolt.
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
When you build schools and the teachers are hungry and demotivated, what kind of students will be produced. I am not for payment of salaries only without infrastructural development but it must be financially engineered. The plan must be well laid out.
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
A good financial manager knows his resources and designs his projects within the limit of what he has. He knows his monthly obligation and must plan his infrastructure development within what remains. That is the way governors must operate.
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
When governors borrow beyond the limits of their revenue which is the sum total of FAAC & IGR, the workers in the state suffer for it bc the repayment of the loan is removed at source. That is why some states can't pay salaries because the net FAAC can't settle salaries.
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Kofo Nwosu 15h
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Nancy C. Brown Sep 14
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Oluwole Dada Sep 23
Replying to @oluwole_dada
Governors must find a way to strike a balance. Salaries must be paid. If you have high wage bill, ensure you do not increase it. Workers are not the only ones to suffer for low revenue. Governors, as the fathers of the state must be the first to cut down on their bills.
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