Senator Shehu Sani, a former senator from Nigeria, dramatist, and human rights campaigner, stirred some debate on social media and among Nigerians when he revealed what people with different income levels are called in the nation. Sani labeled in a tweet those making more than two hundred thousand naira as “Public servants,” those making between one hundred and fifty thousand naira and above as “Civil servants,” and those making less than these sums as just “Servants.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
The tweet from Senator Shehu Sani quickly gained traction on social media, sparking reactions from Nigerians. Many expressed curiosity about the classification for individuals earning the minimum wage, while others contended that this labeling implies that a significant portion of the working class in Nigeria falls into the category of “Servants.” Senator Sani’s classification raises questions about the societal perceptions and economic disparities in Nigeria.
According to him, “Those earning above 200k are Public servants; those earning 150k are Civil Servants; anything below are just Servants.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>