Another warehouse containing alleged COVID-19 palliatives has been discovered in Osun state two years after lockdown.
It would be recalled that in 2020, several warehouses housing relief materials for Nigerians during the COVID-19 lockdown were uncovered in different parts of the country.
Well, another warehouse has been discovered around Ede town, Osun state.
A video shared online today, September 12, shows the large quantity of food items in the warehouse, and a man speaking in the background claimed they are palliatives meant for the people of Osun state.
Packs of food items, including noodles, tomato paste, salt, rice, and other items, can be seen in the now-viral video.
The video has stirred an uproar on social media as Nigerians berated the government for failing to distribute the foodstuff as intended.
While some questioned if they were sure the warehouse is a COVID-19 palliative warehouse, and not a privately-owned property.
See some reactions below,
@omaghs.. wrote, “This our leaders are just mean n heartless..what would it cost them to share these items to the public?..”
@mellenie_fashion_ wrote, “For real😮please check expiry dates before consuming”
@i_am_san_dra wrote, “I just hope this isn’t someone’s warehouse 😢