A social critic and former lawmaker, Shehu Sani has claimed that the country’s numerous problems are man-made.
Sani laments that despite the huge amount of money from the Paris refund shared by state governors, 133 million people now live below the poverty line.
The social critic stated in a post via his verified Twitter handle on Monday.
He noted that about 4.3 million people in the North East face severe hunger and malnutrition, a figure, according to him, given by the World Food Programme, WFP.
“In eight years, $5.4 billion Paris refund was shared to states governors; 133 million people now live below the poverty line and 4.3 million people in the North East face severe hunger and malnutrition according to WFP figures. Our problems are man-made,” Sani said.