- Nollywood actress, Isaac Chinwe, recently reacted to viral videos of people breaking warehouses all over the country to cart away stored COVID-19 palliatives
- The film star was not very impressed with the actions of many Nigerians and she condemned the looting of the palliatives
- According to her, people should stop looting but should take photos as proof for the world to see
Nigerian actress, Isaac Chinwe, recently took to her social media page to react to the reports of people looting warehouses where COVID-19 palliatives were stored across the country.
The Nollywood star asked people to stop looting the palliatives. According to her, people get hurt in the process and it is not the right way to go.
Speaking further, Chinwe said that instead, people should take photos for proof when they discover such warehouses so that the world can see.
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The actress also addressed the government and asked why they would watch people die of hunger when they had food to feed them. She asked why the palliatives were not given out.
See a screenshot of her now deleted post below:
It appeared a number of people did not take kindly to Chinwe’s post and they condemned her for it. After deleting her initial post, the actress shared another one to explain better what she meant.
See the new post below:
Legit.ng had earlier reported that the EndSARS protest took another turn in 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.
This Day reports that 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.
Breaking: Hoodlums uncover another COVID-19 palliative warehouse in Plateau, residents help themselves to loot (video)
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