Just Recently in a place known as Monkey Village in Maza Maza Area Of Lagos state, the Residents of that Area were Involved in Looting of Warehouse reportedly Containing Covid-19 Palliative. The List of food items retrieved includes Cartons of Indomie, Spaghetti, Garri and Lots More.
The Residents of that area could be seen Trooping In and Out of the Warehouse while carrying lots of food items and rejoicing.
This Actions of the Residents have been Supported by the Masses as they claim the food items belongs to them and they're the rightful owners of the Food items. Although some have kicked against the Looting of the store.
While there are still many talking points from the Looting of the Lagos Store, another store has been discovered in Ede area of Osun State Allegedly Containing Covid-19 Palliative. The Residents of that Area are already trooping into the store which is filled with lot of food Items
What do you think of this? Have the Government done rightly by keeping these Palliative away from the Masses for too long? What could even be their reasons for doing such?
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