Following the food blockade from the North to the southern part of the country, many people have been expressing their concerns. The truth is that the farmers and traders are the ones feeling the effects of this food blockade.
Well, The Punch did live coverage of the effects of the food blockade by Northerner supplies, and the truth is the traders have been complaining. According to the traders that were interviewed, the prices of some goods have been affected.
Well, this development has made many Nigerians react, a lot of concerned people have wondered why the government hasn't intervened while others advocated for peace. However, the grandson of the 6th president of Nigeria, Bello Shagari has also reacted to the food blockade. He spoke about the silence of the leaders and political parties.
See what he said:
The above statement by Bello Shagari has stirred reactions online.
Here are some reactions:
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Source: Bello [email protected]
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