Most people are suffering because of the outbreak of the recent pandemic disease in Nigeria. They don't have money to provide for their basic needs and they can't provide food for themselves.
Most business men and women have lost their businesses, some of them are no longer making profits from their businesses.
"Igbos" residing in the northern part of Nigeria might be passing through a lot of financial issues. Also, some Nigerians are equally encountering financial difficulties during this period.
It would be nice if the Federal Government Of Nigeria will implement some rules or policies that will help to reduce these difficulties.
"Igbos" Residing In Northern Part Of Nigeria Should Be Given N20000 Not N10000 As Palliative (View).
In my own view, I will humbly recommend that "Igbos" residing in northern part of Nigeria should be given N20000 not N10000 as Palliative. The money will assist them financially and it will equally help them to survive during this period of hardship.
Also, the N20000 given to them as palliative could help them to start up a small business. They could grow from the small business and regain their strength financially.
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