Although not independently confirmed, Capitol Building sources revealed that assembly members like Joseph Cornomia, Nelson Wah Francis Garlawolu, among others have not being seen with their Grand Cherokees from the inception of the NTGL.
When controversy erupted at the NTLA at its embryonic stage when Lawmakers Sando Johnson and James Momo were accused by colleagues of buying ambulances instead of buses to convey employees of the Capitol Building to work colleagues raised alarm that certain Legislators were not seen with their assigned Cherokees thereby raising serious suspicion among NTLA members at the time.
Since then Cornornia, Nelson Wah Bah and others are seen riding private cars rather than their assigned Cherokees.
It is not known as to what would become of those legislators who have allegedly sold or exchanged their Cherokees with other cars. Investigation continues.