- A Nigerian lady joined others in Calabar on the quest to loot COVID-19 palliatives but she got more than she bargained for
- The unidentified lady said she could not bear the body odour she was perceiving and she had to return home
- In a video that has gone viral on social media, the lady could be seen sharing her experience
A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to disclose how her efforts to loot her own share of the COVID-19 palliatives in Calabar, Cross River state, proved futile.
Recounting her experience in a viral video, the unidentified lady said she was already at the warehouse trying to collect her own share of the palliatives, but she returned home when she started perceiving people's body odour.
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She said in the video:
“Guys I just came back. Body odour want to kill me, Never, I have come back to my house. I don’t want indomie. I want to eat eba.”
Recall that in the last few days, some angry Nigerians stormed warehouses in different states where COVID-19 palliatives were stored and looted them.
The warehouses were emptied in less than 24 hours despite the fact that they were filled to the brim with different food items.
Legit.ng previously reported that less than twenty-fours after some youths stormed a warehouse where COVID-19 palliatives were stored in the Maza-Maza area of Lagos state, hundreds of youths on Friday, October 23, burst 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 as COVID-19 palliatives.
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