The former Kaduna lawmaker, Shehu Sani, has reacted to the methods adopted by President Muhammadu Buhari’s government to identify beneficiaries of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) scheme.
Reacting, Sani condemned the method by the federal government while making reference to minimum wage of N30,000.
On his Twitter page, Sani wrote: “In a country where the minimum wage is officially 30k;to deny a citizen 5,000 because he has 5,000 in his account under lockdown with no end in sight is illogical and irrational.
Further more, HE called on security agencies to be more lenient on enforcing lockdown orders in states.
“The Poor can be accused of many things, but the poor did not ‘import’ #COVID-19 into our country; Stop killing or convicting them over lockdown violations.
“There should be a more civilized and lenient way of ‘punishing the innocent,” his tweet added.