Many of us will remember the incidence that happened almost in all the states of the federation a couple of weeks ago, where looters broke into warehouses to cater palliatives away as a result of the ENDSARS protest which turned bloody afterwards.
So many people are still recovering from that awful incident of October 20th 2020. An issue that is still before a legal panel to rectify. Just a couple of hours ago in Jos, plateau state, some looters of the covid 19 palliative returned the looted items, begging for mercy and forgiveness after a fasting and prayer session was organized by COCIN Headquarters where Associate Rev. Dachomo called on all the looters to return what ever item they took away before a massive course befalls them.
As gathered from reliable sources, dignitaries like the State's SGS Prof Danladi Atu and other top officials were at the scene. It is obvious that the people are truly sorry and wants forgiveness as some of them are seen kneeling and begging for forgiveness.
This act alone we know is going to generate lot of reactions and comments but we can not dispute the fact that this is what the people know how to do best and they've taken responsibility for their actions.
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