- Suspected hoodlums have attacked the warehouses belonging to NEMA and some private companies in Abuja
- The hoodlums allegedly made away with bags of food items, using motorcycles to cart away their loots
- In the aftermath of the #EndSARS protests, hoodlums have been attacking and looting malls, shops and warehouses across the country
A report by ThisDay has indicated that some suspected hoodlums attacked and looted the warehouses belonging to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in Jabi Daki Biu, Abuja.
According to the newspaper, the hoodlums also looted private warehouses in the Idu Industrial Layout, Abuja.
The warehouses were stocked with food items.
During the raid, the mob reportedly made away with several bags of food items, notably rice, cartons of milk, gallons of vegetable oil, canned foods, cartons of noodles, cereals.
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Policemen at the scene were reportedly overpowered by the mob of looters. Many of them brought tricycles and motorcycles to load their loots.
Legit.ng gathers that the Idu area has many factories which have warehouses for storage.
Meanwhile, just like in other states, residents of Plateau reportedly discovered a warehouse where COVID-19 palliatives were stored.
The warehouse which is located in Jos South local government area of the state was stormed by a staggering number of Jos residents.
In another report, the Ekiti state government has issued a warning to its people concerning the looted items from warehouses in Ado-Ekiti on Friday, October 23.
In a statement released on Saturday, October 24, Akin Omole, the commissioner for information and civic orientation, said huge quantities of poisonous items, mistaken for food yet to be distributed as COVID-19 palliatives were looted.
Omole said Ekiti state does not have any COVID-19 palliative in its warehouse currently as it has already distributed everything to those it is meant for.
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