Some governors value Indomie than human lives, says Shehu Sani

A former Senator and civil rights activist, says some governors place more value on Indomie than human lives.

In what appears to be his response to the house-to-house search over the looting of warehouses across the country, Sani taunted the governors.

Warehouses across the country were looted in the violence that trailed the #EndSARS crisis which lasted 13 days.

Items such as rice, sugar, salt, garri, noodles and spaghetti were looted.

In some of the videos, which have since gone viral, many of the looters accused the state government of hoarding the relief items.

Some governors had ordered a house-to-house search to recover the looted items.

Governor of Adamawa, Ahmadu Fintiri, even threatened to demolish any building where stolen items are found.

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In a Twitter post on Saturday, Sani said: “For the Governors; Indomie is Gold and human life is Bronze.”

For the Governors;Indomie is Gold and human life is Bronze.

— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) October 31, 2020

The post has elicited comments, with many agreeing with the senator that some politicians do not value lives. Below are some of the comments:

Human life only matters during election campaign, to most of our politicians.

— Gbemi Nath’ Olorungbon (@GbemiNath) October 31, 2020

Our own government that can go house to house to seach for their looted palliative buh can not distribute the palliative to reach all the local governments in the country

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— TheGreatKhalid (@greatestkhalid1) October 31, 2020

Bronze even get value sef.
U no see as people dey die for protest Dem go comot come tell us say na “so called protesters”

— Focused (@Focused59782201) October 31, 2020

You are speaking my mind, they value indomie more than human life, Awon werey

— Adelakun Kazeem (@AdelakunKazeem5) October 31, 2020

It is tragic. The excuse that they stored it to repackage does not even add up because indomie is already packaged. It just shows the country is paying too much taxpayers money to people in power and we are not getting value for money. Incompetence everywhere. #EndSARS

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— Toyyib Adewale Adelodun (@taadelodun) October 31, 2020

There are lots of criminals in government houses all over the 36 states. We need to realize that. Forget my governor is a nice man when he brings out crumbs. They are not spending our money on us. Larger percentage of the allocation is in their pockets. Very Very greedy men.

— Zion Peter (@AkanoOPeter) October 31, 2020

So pathetic.
You get arrested for stealing the gold(Palliatives) they hid, and they let you go for free without charges for killing bronze(human)

— collinson junior (@JuniorCollinson) October 31, 2020

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