Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani, has advised bankers to enrol in martial arts classes.
He said recent happenings as a result of naira scarcity necessitates bankers’ enlistment for judo and taekwondo classes.
He explained the sessions would be beneficial to them as a handy defense mechanism.
Amid the scarcity of old and new naira which has adversely affected businesses and the daily lives of Nigerians across the country, several videos of customers disrupting banking activities have surfaced online.
There have also been reported cases of violent attacks on banking facilities, where the bankers were forced out of the premises for their safety.
Viral videos have captured some bankers fleeing the premises by climbing over the fence as some aggrieved customers resorted to brutality.
Some banking halls have also been reportedly shut, with activities grounded as a result of the savage attacks on the workers as well as the facilities.
With all these happenings, the former lawmaker encouraged bankers to take up martial arts classes so that they would be able to defend themselves in times like this.
“At times like this, If you are a Banker, try and enrol in a Judo or Takwendo evening class, It may help you,” he tweeted.