Nigerians in shock as video of hidden Lagos Sate COVID 19 palliatives surfaces

Nigerians on social media are yet to recover from the shock they received after seeing the hidden ware house that was filled with COVID 19 palliatives meant for Lagos State residents.

Within Nigeria recalls that in May 2020, the Federal Government of Nigeria rolled out palliative measures for its citizens due to the lockdown caused by the deadly coronavirus disease.

However, lamentations trailed the distribution of the COVID 19 palliatives by the masses.
According to Nigerians, especially Lagosians, the process of the distribution of the palliatives was politicized and many claimed not to have gotten anything from the government.

In the video that surfaced on the Internet, Lagosians were seen packing foodstuffs from a ware house filled to the brim with Bags of Rice, Spaghetti, Noodles, Salts and lots more.

According to online reports, the palliatives provided by the Federal government has been hidden in the ware house located at FESTAC part of Lagos, since May 2020.The measurement of the warehouse is said to be 600by600ft.

Watch video below;

See how Nigerians are reacting to this;

@vee_veyan wrote “Just imagine and people are suffering out there”

@destiny_nelly wrote “You see how wicked these leaders are. During lockdown, people were lacking foods but they packed all palliatives in the warehouse. These ongoing looting and stealing isn’t good but breaking into this warehouse is just perfect..jogho.. They should find the warehouse owner…. how can someone be so callous and wicked , no conscience left at all”

@universal.logistics wrote “Wickedness on the highest order”

@vada_vogue wrote “Why store these things when people are hungry in the land?? This is pure evil”

@franky_nw wrote “This is just the dept of wickedness. Why would you keep all these and millions of people are hungry and dying smh.”




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