Lady shows off loot from Lagos COVID-19 palliative warehouse

Lady shows off loot from Lagos COVID-19 palliative warehouse

- A lady recently shared a video of the foodstuff she got from the recent looting in Lagos

- Recall there were reports that some youths of Maza-Maza, Mile 2 area of the state uncovered a warehouse in the area stocked with COVID-19 palliatives

- The unidentified lady showed off cartons of noodles and other food items

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A Nigerian lady recently left many jaws hanging after she shared a video of some food items she got from the recent looting from a warehouse due to the recent crisis in Lagos state.

The unidentified lady, in her video, showed that she was able to gather several cartons of noodles, pasta and sacks of other foodstuffs from the warehouse in the Maza-Maza area.

Lady shows off loot from Lagos COVID-19 palliative warehouse
Screenshots of the foodstuffs gotten. Photo credit: @Speakersden2/Twitter
Source: Twitter

In the background, the excited lady can be heard saying:

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"See my house o, my house don full."

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It was a day of looting for some Lagosians on Thursday, October 22, as a warehouse packed full with Covid-19 palliatives was discovered.

The palliatives, which were branded CACOVID palliatives Lagos state, included countless bags of rice, cartons of noodles, spaghetti, salt, vegetable oil, tomato paste, beans, garri, and lots more.

In videos circulating online, a whole community was seen going into the warehouse to help themselves to these bags of foods after the place was discovered.

Reacting to a viral video of the incident, Nigerian actress, Chioma Akpotha, shared a heartfelt video on her Instagram page.

Chioma asked why these things were not shared to the people they were meant for and asked how people could be wicked to their fellow human beings.

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The actress also recounted instances whereby large families were given meagre food to cater for themselves during the lockdown even though there was a warehouse like this in existence.

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