Humanitarian Affairs Ministry turns off Social Media Comment Section as Nigerians bombered handle

The Federal Ministry of Humanitarians Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has turned off their Twitter comment section following the numerous comments of dissatisfied Nigerians on the activities of the Ministry.

A great number of Nigerians have questioned the huge amount of money spent on feeding school children during lockdown in their various houses and how the activities were carried out, lamenting that they observed none of such home grown school feeding in their areas during the COVID-19 lockdown while other Nigerians debate the strategies used in providing COVID-19 Palliatives to Nigerians which they claimed was only on 'air'.

A huge number who are mainly N-power Beneficiaries filled the comment section with chills of anguish following the non-payment of their June/July stipends and 'unclear' exit plan weeks after their disengament from the N-power Program.

Recall that the N-power beneficiaries have taken to the streets of Nigeria to protest their sudden disengagement from the program amids COVID-19 Pandemic without clear exit  plan, unpaid backlog Stipends, unpaid June/June Stipends, and others while demanding for a permenent  employment having dedicated years of service in the program in Education, Health and Agricultural sectors, or an exit package grant of N600,000 each to proceed on entrepreneurial prowess.

The Beneficiaries lament the silence of the Ministry in addressing the issues of the disengaged beneficiaries which has thrown them and their families into the harsh bites of COVID-19 dwindled economy and narrowed opportunities.

The Ministry's Facebook handle by investigation has also recieved more than 85% comments expressing dissatisfaction, in all posts, by Nigerians who air their views on the activities of the Ministry.

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