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Former Senator Advocates for Financial Aid as a Measure to Restore Economic Activity

Former Senator Shehu Sani has put forth a potential solution to address the disruptive sit-at-home protests that have been adversely impacting the South-East region’s economy.

In light of the ongoing series of sit-at-home orders declared by Simon Ekpa, a factional leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), to protest the prolonged detention of Nnamdi Kanu, Shehu Sani shared his recommendation on Twitter.

Sani suggested that given the observance of sit-at-home on Mondays, the government should contemplate distributing N50,000 palliatives to South-East residents in local marketplaces every Monday. This strategic measure aims to incentivize individuals to disregard the sit-at-home orders and actively engage in economic activities.

In a concise tweet, the former lawmaker proposed, “Share 50k palliatives in the market every Monday to end sit-at-home.”

Shehu Sani’s suggestion seeks to address both the economic challenges arising from the sit-at-home protests and the well-being of the South-East residents. By providing direct financial assistance, it endeavors to alleviate hardships and encourage the resumption of daily routines.

While the feasibility and implementation of this proposal warrant careful consideration, Sani’s proactive approach underscores the significance of finding constructive solutions to mitigate the impact of sit-at-home protests. By fostering economic activity and addressing the concerns of affected residents, it strives to restore normalcy and promote stability within the South-East region.

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