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Lagos Residents Discover A Warehouse Loaded With COVID-19 Palliative Meant For Nigerians [Video]

COVID- 19 palliative meant for struggling Nigerians as relief during lockdown found locked away in a warehouse.

A warehouse loaded with COVID-19 palliatives meant for struggling Nigerians as relief during the lockdown, have been discovered at Maza-maza community in Amuwo Odofin Local Government, Lagos State.

Lagos Residents Discover A Warehouse Loaded With COVID-19 Palliative Meant For Nigerians [Video] 1

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.

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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.

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