We learnt that the COVID-19 palliatives was discovered today, Thursday, October 22, 2020, at the warehouse located on Benster Crescent, popularly called Monkey Village.
The palliatives is believed to have been provisioned by the government to share for the masses to cushion the effect of COVID-19, but were locked away for reasons not yet known as at the time this report is given.
Series of video circulating the social media shows residents, passerbys even military men carting away with the food items which include bag of rice, beans, packet of noddles and others.
Watch some of the videos below:
OMG !!! 💔 People were suffering 😢during lockdown !! thousands of Covid-19 palliatives that was donated to help people survive? How can u even do this 💔💔💔💔 pic.twitter.com/MKsTapzjxZ
— DJ KAYWISE (@djkaywise) October 22, 2020
— ICE cream😛 (@toyor_pr) October 22, 2020
Please RETWEET…My people see rice, indomie and other Covid-19 palliative hidden in a warehouse in Lagos #ENDBADGOVERNANCE #indomie Ikoyi prison As rock Seyi Tinubu Photoshop #EndSARS Nnamdi Kanu #NIGERIAPREVAILS pic.twitter.com/NspcCW9oyX
— Mr Macaroni #EndSARS (@mr_macaronni) October 22, 2020
— Maximus Dex (@dexxybaba) October 22, 2020
So while people were crying & dying of hunger, the Oba of Lagos hid thousands of Covid-19 palliatives that was donated to help people survive? How do these people sleep at night??#NIGERIAPREVAILS pic.twitter.com/AvyZ3z7xOF
— IRUNNIA ™ #EndSARS (@Irunnia_) October 22, 2020
Everybody gets Covid-19 Palliatives stored at the Oba Of Lagos Palace. The Citizens get one, the Army gets theirs, The Police are gets theirs.
We should be this united against our Evil Politicians 🙏😡pic.twitter.com/YEZnBOWFlG
— Odogwu🤴 (@Daddy_Noms) October 22, 2020
— 👑Piousbae👑 (@Piousbae012) October 22, 2020
Just imagine the level of greed among our leaders… Alot of secrets are been uncovered this period. Please retweet massively for the world to see how they hid COVID19 palliatives😩
Photoshop | Seyi Tinubu | Arise Tv #NIGERIAPREVAILS #Endsars pic.twitter.com/5c7vzYpucE
— #ENDBADGOVERNANCE (@gracefundkid) October 22, 2020
KanyiDaily had reported how a 62-year-old woman, Florence Onuobodo, died at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital while struggling to collect COVID-19 palliative from the government.