- A Nigerian woman identified as Inemesit on Facebook has discovered that some traders have been selling some items in the Covid-19 palliative meant to be free for citizens
- Inemesit stated that she just decided to peel off the sticker on the carton of the noodles she bought and then saw the original label
- The shocked woman also mentioned that there might be no warehouse in Akwa Ibom state as palliatives have been sold
A Nigerian woman identified as Inemesit has said that there is most likely no warehouse to loot in Akwa Ibom state, unlike other states, because the palliatives meant to be given to the citizens for free have been sold to traders who now resell to residents.
She made the shocking discovery after she bought a carton of noodles and decided to peel off the label stuck on it.
According to her, the sticker was used to cover the original COVID-19 sticker which indicated that it was not for sale, which meant that it was one of the relief products that should have been distributed to state residents for free.
Here’s what she said:
"I don't really know what took my mind to this pack of indomie in my house, I decided to remove this new sticker from it, lo and behold at the back of it I saw Covid 19, Not for sale. So all this while I have been buying my own right? So if you are looking for a warehouse in Akwa Ibom, our own palliatives have been sold out to us. HOW HEARTLESS CAN PEOPLE BE?"
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Posts like this definitely generate bitter reactions from people because times have been hard on Nigerians with the unfortunate inception of COVID-19, curfews, and hike in food prices.
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Below are people's reactions:
Tokoni Wakama Irene:
"So that is why they kept it? To sell it to us later?"
"Abasi mmi! Let me go and check out mine."
Sembenge El-Benedicte Ekanem:
"Before throwing caution to the wind just to trend the State for the wrong reason, you should have at least indicated the shop where this pack of noodles was bought and the person that sold it to you, and perhaps when you bought it."
"Hmmm.... When will things change for good in this country?"
"Where did you buy it...please, we (the twitter clan) await your response...for legit premium dragging."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that hoodlums had a field day looting shopping malls, burning houses, and government properties in Calabar, the Cross River state capital.
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Saturday Sun reported that at 6am on Saturday, October 24, the hoodlums, who defied the 24 hours curfew imposed by Governor Ben Ayade, came out in their numbers and started unleashing terror. They descended on both private and public properties.
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