Plateau residents uncover another COVID-19 palliative warehouse

Plateau residents uncover another COVID-19 palliative warehouse

- Another warehouse filled with COVID-19 palliatives has been uncovered in Plateau state

- The residents are already helping themselves to the foodstuffs

- This is coming less that 48 hours after such warehouses were discovered and looted in Lagos and Osun states

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Just like in other states, residents of Plateau discovered a warehouse where COVID-19 palliatives were stored.

The warehouse which is located in the Bukuru community of Jos South local government area of the state was stormed by a staggering number of Jos residents.

According to AIT report, people are trooping in their numbers to cart away the COVID-19 palliatives.

Since hoodlums hijacked the peaceful EndSARS protests, Nigerians have been discovering warehouses filled with Covid-19 palliatives across several states.

It started with Lagos on Thursday, October 22, when some youths of Maza-Maza, Mile 2 area of the state uncovered a warehouse in the area stocked with COVID-19 palliatives.

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Plateau residents uncover undistributed COVID-19 palliative warehouse
A warehouse where COVID-19 palliatives were stored in Plateau state was looted. Photo Credit: @AIT_Online
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In the videos, a massive warehouse was seen filled with numerous foodstuff including bags of rice, garri, sugar, packs of noodles, pasta, among other things. The items were branded CACOVID palliatives Lagos state.

A whole community was seen going into the warehouse to help themselves to these bags of foods after the place was discovered in Lagos.

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A lady who benefitted from the loot left many jaws hanging after she displayed some food items she got from the warehouse.

The unidentified lady shared a video of the food items and it showed she was able to gather several cartons of noodles, pasta and sacks of other foodstuffs.

In reaction to the viral videos, popular Nigerian actress, Chioma Akpotha 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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Less than twenty-fours after, some youths burst another warehouse, the Cocoa House in Ede area of Osun state and looted various food items kept in it.

The youths and residents thronged the area around 11:40 am and carted away packs of noodles, rice, sugar, garri, and other food items kept for COVID-19 palliatives.

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