The Niger State government has cautioned dealers against storing food to make manufactured shortage.
The Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Jonathan Vatsa in an announcement yesterday said such an act would bring about more hardship to the general population, according to news reports.
He spoke to farmers and the general population to be careful about such people and put the enthusiasm of individuals over any profiteering strategies.
The official said the legislature would not overlook wrongdoing where middle men tear the farmers of their diligent work and store sustenance from general society, in this way creating hardship for the general population.
He reminded individuals accumulating items that such conduct would keep others from getting a charge out of the guard collect recorded in the state.
Vatsa, notwithstanding, recognized the general population for their support for government strategies and projects aimed for handling monetary subsidence.