Since the outbreak of the recent pandemic disease in Nigeria, things have been difficult for some people. Some Nigerians are unable to feed their families and others are unable to provide for their own needs.
It would be very helpful if the Federal Government Of Nigeria would help some Nigerians that are passing through a lot of difficulties.
In my own view, I will suggest that some Nigerians including "Fulanis" residing In Imo, Anambra And Enugu State should be given N30000 as palliative.
The N30000 given to them as palliative will assist them in setting up a nice business, this business will help them to provide food and other things for their families.
Also, the N30000 that could be given to them as palliative will help to reignite their faith and trust in the leadership of the country.
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