MADE FOR LIFE! See How Much Ambode Will Be Getting From Lagos When His Tenure Expires in 2019 [OPEN]

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Akinwunmi Ambode

Despite losing the bid to contest for a second term in office, Lagos governor Akinwunmi Ambode will be retiring from office in a big way.

According to information gathered from the Public Office Holder (Payment of Pension) Law No 11 official Gazette of Lagos State, 2007, former governors of Lagos State are entitled to a house in Lagos and Abuja in any location of their choice.

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However the law further added that any governor who does not serve for two consecutive terms, will only be entitled to a house in Lagos.

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Ambode who will not be returning to the Alausa Governor’s Office on May 29, 2019, following his loss to Babajide Sanwo-Olu at the All Progressives Congress governorship primary in October, will still be leaving office in confort.

According to Punch, there is no actual figure placed on amount to spent in building houses for Governors, however it was learnt building houses for former governors of Lagos costs between N500m and N1bn. It was also gathered that a house was bought for Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in Ikoyi and the Asokoro area of Abuja next to the Lagos State Governor’s Lodge.

The construction of a “section” of the house of the immediate past Deputy Governor, Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, on 15 Cameron Drive, Ikoyi, costs the state N329,929,551, according to the Lagos State budget of 2014.

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On his part, Ambode will be entitled to a house in any location in Lagos State, six brand new cars every three years, 100 per cent of the basic salary of the serving governor, (N7.7m per annum) free health care for himself and members of his family, furniture allowance, which is 300 per cent of their annual basic salary (N23.3m); house maintenance allowance, which is 10 per cent of basic salary (N778, 296); utility allowance, which is 20 per cent of the salary (N1.5m) and car maintenance allowance, which is 30 per cent of the annual basic salary (N2.3m).

Other benefits include entertainment allowance, which is 10 per cent of the basic salary (N778,296) and a personal assistant, who will earn 25 per cent of the governor’s annual basic salary (N1.9m). The former Governor is also entitled to domestic workers comprising a cook, a steward, a gardener and others whose appointments are pensionable, eight policemen and two officials of the Department of State Services for life, according to the Lagos law.

The current Lagos Governor would have missed out on all these, if he removed from office by the Lagos State House of Assembly.

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