Ifu Ennada tells FG to provide relief materials for every family

Ifu Ennada tells FG to provide relief materials for every family

- Former BBNaija housemate Ifu Ennada has called on the federal government over relief materials during COVID-19 lockdown

- Ennada compared the distribution of relief materials to the distribution of electricity bills

- The former reality star said if electricity bills can reach every house it means relief materials must get to every family

Former Big Brother Naija housemate turned natural hair expert, Ifu Ennada, has shared a few words for the federal government concerning the distribution of relief materials. The lady called on the government on Instagram.

Since the federal government has directed Nigerians to stay at home in order to contain the spread of COVID-19, people have been calling on the government to provide relief materials as many citizens have no way to survive if they cannot move about.

In the post shared on her Instagram page, Ennada compared the distribution of relief materials to the distribution of electricity bills.

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According to the young lady, if electricity bills can reach every house it means relief materials must get to every family.

The former reality star added a caption to her post, noting that a wise man said the words she shared.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that in a bid to make life easier for people during the coronavirus lockdown, popular Nigerian actor turned politician Yul Edochie appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to provide relief funds for Nigerians during this difficult time.

The actor asked the president to provide N50,000 each for Nigerians. He said the money would go a long way. According to him, people are hungry and they are in lockdown with no money.

He said many are begging others for money. Edochie added that with a situation like this it will be difficult to keep people at home.

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Legit.ng also reported that Nigerian singer Douglas Jack Agu, popularly known as Runtown, joined the list of celebrities helping out the less-privileged. The singer announced that he would be donating N10 million to Nigerians to survive while they stay at home.

In tweets shared by Nigerians, it was gathered that the singer fulfilled his promise and sent money to Nigerians who dropped their account details for him. They thanked him.

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