COVID-19 lockdown: RMD advises customs to release foods in their possession to Nigerians

COVID-19 lockdown: RMD advises customs to release foods in their possession to Nigerians

- Veteran Nollywood actor Richard Mofe-Damijo has aired his opinion on where to get food for poor Nigerians during the lockdown across the country

- RMD said that the government should ask Nigerian customs about the seized foods in their possession

- The actor demanded that it should be given to poor Nigerians at this time

Veteran Nollywood actor Richard Mofe-Damijo popularly known as RMD has called on the government to ask Nigerian customs where they keep seized foods.

The actor stated that the seized foods should be donated to poor Nigerians who do not have the means to feed themselves during this lockdown happening across the country.

Like in many other countries, Nigerians have been asked to stay at home to prevent a further spread of the deadly infection but many have taken to their various social media pages to lament about basic daily needs like food.

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While many individuals and organisations have donated a huge sum of money to care for people in need, many Nigerians are still in lack.

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In view of this, the popular movie star said that the lockdown period would be a good time for the government to release seized foods by the Nigerian customs to poor people.

According to him, food is a major part of the lockdown and the rice, tomato, vegetable oil and other foodstuffs in the possession of customs can go a long way to helping people.

He noted that this is the time for customs to tell Nigerians how much relief they can bring to the people.

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In other news, earlier reported that actor RMD shared throwback photos and said that they were fake. The actor took to his social media page to share some lovely photos of his face. The photos reveal various times the actor was on different hairstyles and colours of beards.

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The photos also showed that the actor may have been required to change his look to fit in some movie roles. According to the actor, the images are throwback photos. In some slides, the actor was seen smiling at the camera. In other slides, the entertainer looked serious as if staring at something. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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