Nigerians will soon beg to remain poor, says Shehu Sani, mocking the government

According to Shehu Sani, a public affairs expert, Nigerians will eventually urge the Federal Government to keep them poor. Sani’s remarks reflect citizens’ rising discontent with the government’s handling of economic issues.

Sani further on the concept that people prefer known poverty to unknown uncertainties in a recent comment.

He replied to the Federal Government’s pledge to reduce poverty in Nigeria.

Betta Edu, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, has voiced faith in the Federal Government’s goal of lifting 133 million Nigerians out of poverty.

In a recent statement, Edu stated that the extraordinary feat will be accomplished thanks to President Bola Tinubu’s steadfast support. A number of programs and activities have also been put in place with the primary goal of relieving poverty.

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Edu underscored the importance of their commitment to raising 133 million Nigerians out of poverty in a recent statement.

In a rapid response, the former Kaduna Central Senator expressed his displeasure with the present administration’s claims, pointing out similarities with prior governments’ claims.

Sani recently tweeted about the previous administration’s vow to reduce poverty in the country. The current administration has made an extraordinary commitment to raise people out of poverty.

It appears that we are at a pivotal point where residents may be pleading with the government to keep them in poverty, according to him.

The public affairs expert makes an intriguing point, stating that familiarity with poverty may be preferable to the unexpected.

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