Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani, has revealed how to end sit-at-home orders in the Southeast.
He urged the Federal and South-Eastern state governments to share N50,000 palliatives every Monday to end the sit-at-home orders.
Recall that the factional leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Simon Ekpa, has been declaring a series of sit-at-home in the South-East zone in protest of the continued detention of the leader of the proscribed group, Nnamdi Kanu.
Senator Sani has suggested that since the sit-at-home is usually observed on Mondays, the government should start sharing N50,000 palliatives to South-East residents in market places every Monday in order to make them come out.
In a tweet on Sunday, the former lawmaker wrote, “Share 50k palliatives in the market every Monday to end sit-at-home.”
His suggestion was trailed by knocks and kudos.