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Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by elefind(m): 6:13pm On Feb 18
Professor Usman Yusuf, former Executive Secretary, National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS, on Saturday, said he is surprised the South Eastern part of the country has remained quiet amid the worsening economic hardship facing the country.

This is even as he urged the President to buy food, flood the market and feed the people before things get too late.
Yusuf made this known on Saturday while fielding questions on Arise Television’s Morning Show programme.

This is even as he urged the President to buy food, flood the market and feed the people before things get too late.

Yusuf made this known on Saturday while fielding questions on Arise Television’s Morning Show programme.

DAILY POST reports that there have been agitations against the increasing hunger in some parts of the country, most of them from the south west and northern part of the country.

However, Yusuf found it surprising that the South East has remained calm.

He said: “I honestly don’t know why the South East is quiet, uncharacteristically quiet. But the President needs to find out. The North is where I know I live; even my heritage is. The silence in the North is more lethal than anywhere else in the country. And the President needs to listen to that.


“The silence in the North, from the people of the North in spite of the suffering people are going through, is more lethal than people coming out.

“We are going into the month of Ramadan, people are going to pray. We ask the President to buy food, flood the market and feed the people before things get too late.

“The whole country is suffering. There’s hunger in the land. We hope you listen. Don’t listen to your advisers. Bring a whole lot of money for food, don’t wait for the governors.”

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Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by Lobolintin(m): 6:16pm On Feb 18
Unah never chinchontin

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Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by Ashez: 6:20pm On Feb 18
We shall see
Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by gbaskiboy: 6:21pm On Feb 18
We don't care
Igbo Amaka
Enugu Amaka
Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by Millimann: 6:24pm On Feb 18
The southeasterners shouted and warned before it was too late but you people didn't listen. Now you are the ones crying. No matter how it turns out the Easterners won't be the worst affected.

When you people went to Ojota to protest against subsidy removal the Easterners didn't join you. They have been proven right.

When some of you supporte balablu they rejected him, they even preferred Osinbajo in APC. They have been proven right.

You people should continue crying. In fact it's balablu till 2057.

I wonder who is being taught a lesson now.

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Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by LoveLeadsLand(m): 6:30pm On Feb 18
Nonsense!
Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by magoo10(m): 6:32pm On Feb 18
Protest date is 2027 at the polls
Southeast are democrats and don't indulge in nonsense.

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Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by donestk(m): 6:35pm On Feb 18
I k ow why

They bought 20 trailers of rice at old price and now selling at the shege banza price
Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by adamusuleiman2: 6:36pm On Feb 18
They have always not wanted to be part of Nigeria. They want out. During IBB must go era, they were also quiet. Nothing new here. Their last protest was the Biafrian war.

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Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by Melagros(m): 6:48pm On Feb 18
COMRADES, honestly, I have been to some South Eastern states, everywhere was calm!
Re: Economic Hardship: ‘I Don’t Know Why South East Is Quiet’ – Ex-nhis Boss by Mynd44: 6:18am On Feb 19

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