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Friday, March 20, 2020

President Buhari Told To Reduce House Rent, School Fees And Provide Free Sanitary Wares

Former lawmaker Shehu Sani has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to compel house owners in the country to slash their rents by 50 percent and to compel public and private school owners to reduce their school fees by 50 percent.





He also advised that lending interest rate for businesses should be slashed, while payment of mortgage should be suspended.

Shehu Sani believes such measures would help reduce the suffering that would accompany the spread of the COVID-19 disease in the country.

His tweet on Thursday reads

 “What our Govt should do, compel landlords to slash rent by 50%.
Compel public and Private schools to slash tuition by 50% [and] reduce lending interest rates for businesses to 1%.
Suspend payment of mortgages
-Provide free sanitary wares and sanitizers to women and children. #CoronaVirusNigeria.”




*The govt should also use all these monies retrieved from looters to make sure that those who will not be able to earn any money when there is a shutdown will still be able to feed.Other Countries of the World have announced measures to help their citizens survive the Coronavirus era,Nigeria must do the same -MUST!!!

25 comments:

  1. They should help the citizens in terms like this,but our greedy politicians wont accept it.

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    1. Yes, but first the govt has to make transfers to citizens of these properties. You can't just make pronouncements like that without adequate provisions.

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    2. Ala ti o ni she(that's a dream that will never come true).
      Just watch how the already rich ones will hijack the purpose and fight to get the contract.
      We are too greedy in this country.
      Chloroquine is very expensive now because people want to use the opportunity to rob people in daylight.

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  2. I don't think that baba knows there is a pandemic in the world not to talk of Nigeria.

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  3. Singing

    ğŸŽ¶ğŸŽ¶Story, story story yeah
    Story, story storyyyyy

    Saw a pic comparing all the steps other countries are taking to ensure the well being of their citizens..
    Naija own was :removed #20 from fuel price..
    It is well

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    1. I saw it too oh,i was just laughing when the person said we should clap for our president

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  4. Can we be rational in our suggestions please? Good morning BVs. Good morning Stella.

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  5. Did you build their houses and schools for them? Did you give them free electricity? Mschew!!!!!

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  6. Most of these so called leaders are looking for ways to divert millions into their account with this virus.

    I read what other countries are doing and I am still asking what I did in heaven that made the angels direct me to in Nigeria 🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦

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    1. Really.. I am a tenant but this is totally wrong. You can't force people to bring down the cost of private business. If government provides affordable housing for her citizens, who will bother with landlords? The cost of private housing will fall, naturally.
      They know what to do. They just don't care about us..

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  8. This is practically impossible.

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    1. We av a lot of brain dead pple in nigeria, how can you compare a developed coutry like america 2 nigeria.
      Do we pay rent per month NO, do we pay tax just alil above 20per Do, do we have the right infrastructures No, one useless person wey just bring a stupid suggestion and pple will just agree without reasoning first

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  9. Iffa hear Buhari do anything about this,,,.But truly the rate landlords increases house rent is very bad all because no law is against it in this yeye country.

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  10. Even if he gives the directive, trust me, landlords and taxi drivers will not adhwre6, the problem is not Buhari announcing it, it is d citizens implementing it that is d problem here.

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  11. Why not tell him to slash land and building material prices then the rent prices will reduce.

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    1. The sellers will not slash anything even if they are told to.

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  12. Free Sanitary wares? As if it will get to the masses. With the rate it CORRUPTION in Nigeria . Nigerian leaders are not all that EMPATHIC, coupled with the jagajaga population and data. E be as e get o🤔

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  13. These people are really funny..They just make announcements from their ivory towers and do nothing on implementation..Please just do what you can do instead of copying other countries una hear..

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  14. Na only poor people go agree with this directive. If you are a landlord or own a business, you will not agree with this.

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  15. I haven't built a house yet but this is nonsense! The government does NOTHING for its citizens and many people tie their tummies so they can build and have properties. Some build houses with their sweat and blood so they can survive. Now you want to tell them to slash their rents when you haven't done the needful. If the prices of transport and foodstuff reduce, then the rent can go down.

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  16. Sebi na Dem build house wey them go compel landlord to reduce rent? Them no collect tax for this year for that property? They should tell govt to build house for the masses at such landlord shakara go drop. They should also remember that rent is some of these retiree source of income. Reducing it will affect them negatively

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