Shehu Sani:”50k For 1m People Is Not Enough, At Least 25m People To Prevent Similar Protest In Kenya”

2027: Shehu Sani, What Will Happen If Southerners Unite And Make A Decision That This Is Their Stand?Shehu Sani, a former senator from Kaduna Central, responded to President Tinubu’s decision to provide a N50,000 uplift grant to each of a million people during the National Economic Council (NEC) meeting on Thursday in Abuja, via a statement released through his official X account.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Sani expressed his dissatisfaction with the decision, arguing that the number of beneficiaries should be significantly higher.

He underlined the importance of prioritizing vulnerable groups, stating that thehe first priority should be People with disabilities, women, and youths.

Sani warned that urgent measures are needed to prevent similar protest that happened in Kenya in our country.

“50k for 1 million people is not enough. The beneficiaries should at least be 25 million people. The first priority should be People with Disabilities,Women and Youths. To urgently prevent the Kenyanisation of Our Country,” Shehu Sani wrote.

Sani’s comments reflect general concerns about the adequacy of government interventions in addressing widespread economic challenges.

The approved grant aims to provide financial support to help resolve poverty, but critics like Sani believe the scale of the initiative falls short of what is necessary.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>