Economic Hardship: Nigeria's problem not from God - Shehu Sani

Economic Hardship: Nigeria’s problem not from God – Shehu Sani

by Victor Ndubuisi

Sen. Shehu Sani, a well-known social critic and former congressman from Kaduna, said on Monday that human reasons, not divine intervention, are to blame for Nigeria’s current economic problems.

The announcement follows an event at the Nigerian Customs Service’s Yaba, Lagos Zonal Office where a sizable throng gathered to buy reduced 25kg bags of rice, causing a stampede that lost numerous lives.

Sani underlined that Nigeria has more natural resources than many other countries in a post on his official X Twitter.

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Senator Sani emphasised the enormous potential of the nation, citing its more than 200 rivers and massive agricultural area, which spans 923,768 square kilometres. He emphasised that Nigeria has more virtuous men and fertile women per capita than many other African countries and is endowed with natural resources not found in other nations.


He articulated, , “There are over 200 rivers in this country and we have a well nourished arable land of 923,768 kmsq. We have the natural resources that other countries will never have. We have virile men and fertile women more than any other country in our continent.

“We have no earthquakes, hurricanes or monsoon. What can grow in Thailand, Pakistan or Brazil can grow in this country. We want manna. Even the people who received the last plates of manna from Heaven have now turned their Desert Green. Our problem is not from God,” Sani added.


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