Former Kaduna Central senator Shehu Sani has used his official X account—previously known as Twitter—to offer advice to those starting warehouse businesses.
As you may recall, the Federal Government announced a N5 billion palliative for each of the federation’s states, including the Federal Capital Territory, to lessen the impact of the elimination of the gasoline subsidy.
Shehu Sani, a vocal activist, advised anybody running a business in a warehouse to open it to the community closest to them on his microblogging platform, Twitter, as Nigerians continued to voice outrage over the delay in the distribution of the palliatives by the state governors.
The former congressman claimed that he explained why doing this will help the locals understand that the warehouse is not a palliative depot.
Shehu Sani stated in his tweet, which is shown in the screenshot below: