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Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Actress Ruth Kadiri Begs FG To Gift All Nigerians 5k Every Month....

Nollywood actress, Ruth Kadiri posted a video on Instagram asking the Federal government of Nigeria to send money to Nigerians,even if it is 5k every month...She states her reasons in the emotional video.....










She says


''This is a message for the federal government, "Your Excellency, too much respect from my end.
Coronavirus is a pandemic that we all never expected, but it's here.
And I pray that this message gets to you somehow.

Coronavirus and poverty are best friends (she smiles). The virus lures you out through poverty, infects you and kills your family.
The thing is, it's not something we can see or touch, it means that you have no idea who is infected. It means that when you are infected, you have no idea whether your immune system will be strong enough to fight it.


I beg you, we know Nigeria is able. You all brought up the policy of BVN, we all have all our BVN, I have more than five accounts but they all operate on that one BVN.
Please even if it is N5000 monthly , put it in our accounts, I promise you we will stay at home. Even if it is N5000.


People are not working anymore to be rich, at this point, people are working to survive. And you'll be amazed what N5000 can do in the life of somebody and then family members.


I don't want you to be selfish to say "we are giving one family member N5000. No!!! We all have our account numbers, we are all Nigerians. If you are able to do this thing for us in this time ,this era, you have no idea how much we are going to appreciate you, how much we are going to sing your praises, how much we are going to tell the world that you are the best government that Nigeria has ever had.


Because the truth of the matter is that we have never fought a war like this. The army, the police, the doctors, the lawyers, the teachers, every single person needs that N5000 now.


I promise you, you have no idea. People will stay home.


People will stay home when you tell them to stay home, if they know that at the end of the month they will get N5000. They will manage it, we will manage it, I will manage it.


I promise you, I beg you, don't say you are giving the poor, No!! At this point, every single person needs, because nobody is working anymore, sources of income have closed .
Other countries are taking care of their own, please take care of us.


Look into our BVN numbers, put N5000 there monthly for each and every person.
When you tell us Nigeria is on lockdown, we will sit at home.
Thank you''.

40 comments:

  1. Wow! Good read! Thanks so much Ruth for this! We all need the 5k,I need it! I’m emotionally and financially exhausted at this point. That 5k will definitely help us out!

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    1. Tell them to use the rice and beans to set up neighborhood markets. This way d markets won't b over crowded. Cos if dey gave us 5k nxt step na market

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  2. She is very right! Nigerian government can place each and every Nigerian that lives in Nigeria on a monthly salary of 20,000Naira, if they really want to.

    They have been producing oil for how long?
    The government is just wicked and heartless.

    How do you know a wicked government, how much money are pensioners earning... The money is budgeted every year, yet, the government still finds a way to take this meagre away from pensioners pocket.

    Abeg, Nigerian politicians are too wicked and corrupt. They've since sold their conscient to the devil ๐Ÿ˜ˆ
    I have no respect whatsoever for any Nigerian politician.

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  3. Are you an economist ?
    Everybody just dey talk anyhow, all in the name of free speech.

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    1. I tire honestly.
      To be frank, the government cannot afford every month to role out N5k to all Nigerians. Even US that has given out relief cheques used an income/family size threshold.

      Should the likes of Dangote, Bishop Oyedepo, Arthur Eze, et Al fall into Ruth's 'every Nigerian category'? Certainly not.
      Let's do some math, shall we.
      The last data on Nigeria's extreme poverty puts it in the region of 86m. Thus, the FG's monthly obligation will be running into trillions.
      How sustainable is that?
      I understand Ruth's drift: the government should give out palliatives, no matter how small to as many Nigerians as possible.
      RUTH has shown herself to be a compassionate and caring woman. I'm afraid, I can't say the same for this ruthLESS government.

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    2. Always sad and bitter! Negativity boy

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    3. Da epic i totally agree with you. We should be clamouring for good hospitals

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    4. @Opinion, same here. Hope you are staying safe.

      @Liz, true. Investing in health infrastructure should be top priority.

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  4. Did you pay your tax?

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    1. Do you also think those siphoning our collectective resources pay higher % than the neglected masses.

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    2. Yes. My bank charges tax

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  5. Mr sanwo olu pls do the needful at all at all na him bad

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  6. Hmmmmm, Kadiri just wants to be heard.

    FG didn't give Nigerians money during the lockdown, is it now that some people have started going to work you are telling the Federal Government them this?

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    1. She isn't talking put of point biko, do you know how many people are going to work so that they won't get sacked?

      As an essential worker people under the ministry my office is has not been paid yet we have always been going to work since Covid 19.

      I spoke with a guy today and he told me they were not paid for last month and they are not expecting money for this month if the federal pays the 5k it will go a long way to help some persons.

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    2. Make una dey reason before una type. Going to work under which condition? Is it only workers that are Nigerians?

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    3. Anon you are the senseless one, if I am talking about workers I am narrowing it down to the ones I can relate with, if people with jobs are suffering what about the ones without jobs. Don't be quick to insult hian!

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  7. Even if FG does this, our people will still complain. We are used to complaining. We complain over everything. We forget that the government is reflective of the masses. Many of us have the mentality of taking our gigantic share of the national cake, if we are voted into power. There's no difference between the government and the masses, in terms of attitude.

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  8. simple as ABC. nigerians think its easy to stay at home without food or even basic amenities. give them money and see if they ll not obey you and stay at home. govt officials looting money, u ve eased lock down, with no social distance people will get infected and come back and infect u govt people , so how ll u enjoy the looted funds. just do the right thing and people will stay at home

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    1. I tell you. After all the essence of going out to wok is to make money. Support people financially and see if they won't stay home, no matter how little the support nay be. I really don't blame people who clamoured for the lockdown to be relaxed

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  9. If only they will hear. Even if it will not be enough for most families, it will show goodwill of government and a lot more people will stay home and understand how serious the pandemic is.

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  10. Ruth you are absolutely correct.
    Beautiful woman.

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  11. These people will think its too BIG to give to the masses. Even if they want, theyll rather give to only the abokis. Wicke and greedy lots.

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  12. You think US and Canada gave all the citizens palliative? Ask around. They only gave tax payers. Worst still Nigerian leaders don embezzle the little tax few Nigerians pay while hundreds of them, mostly politicians evade taxes

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    1. No mind dem!
      Dey just talk kwah. .kwah..kwah..like crazy duck
      Every one is living room analysts, keyboard ecnonomists.๐Ÿ˜ก
      Talking about what they don't even know.
      Canada is not giving any free money anyhow!!! It's only meant for proven tax payers, legit & credible formely employed people who r no longer working now. Not for lazy people not working before or those who did not have any serious jobs, nor lunatics & brain dead people incapable of knowing how to manage their lives well enough even before corona.

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  13. Good idea ,are they listening,hope they are but I know they don't have masses at heart,good people God is our helper

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  14. True talk .God knows I need it

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  15. Our leaders do not care. They only care about their pockets. Covid19 donations that have been shared. Once the talk about this Abacha money cool down, they will also share it. Thieves.

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  16. Will they hear? This country don tire me sef

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  17. FFK blasted wigwe of access bank for retrenching workers after gifting FG 1billion to fight Covid. Atiku just retrenched 500 after gifting FG 50million. Is there a reason why Femi that supposedly fights for the masses is not blasting Atiku for the same crime. There you go. Bunch of hypocrites

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  18. Nigerian are surviving by themselves, the government is not doing anything for it's citizens.

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  19. With looters still in govt/business? Not gonna happen.

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  20. Well spoken beautiful Actress, if only the Federal Government will take heed of this Advice. Hunger virus is killing people slowly. I need the money too.

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