The economy hardship in the country is biting hard on citizens and unless something is urgently done about this, it may snowball into a crisis that the federal government won't be able to handle.
Above picture are for illustration of the hunger in the land
Aliyu who is tailor in Kaduna, has reportedly been on the street of Kano for days, roaming the streets with a placard that reads "This man is for sale for N20m". Also on the placard, Aliyu added his Access bank account number.
It was reported that the young man first presented himself for sale in Kaduna State but after some days and buyers are not forthcoming, the young man relocated to Kano where he has been on the street for 5 days.
According to report, the young man said he had received offers like 10m, 5m, 300k etc but refused since the offers are way below the value he put on himself.
Aliyu allegedly said if buyer finally come,he will give his parents N10m, pay tax of N5m to the state where he is bought, N2m for the person that help advertised him and the remaining N3m for his daily upkeep will be kept under the person that will buy him.
Source; Linda Ikeji News Digest Ng, Nairaland etc.
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