As days of rage continues in different part of Lagos, a vehicle of the Nigerian police was seen being loaded with food items after irate youths busted a COVID-19 warehouse at Monkey Village, Maza Maza.
Rampaging youths in Lagos State on Thursday discovered a warehouse where COVID-19 palliatives were hidden.
The COVID-19 palliatives, reportedly meant for residents of Festac-Okota but were withheld in the warehouse.
In a viral video, the angry youths are seen looting the warehouse and carting away food items such as rice, beans, yams, and other food items.
In the course of this, four people are said to have died from stampede as people struggled to gain entrance into the warehouse.
However, it remains uncertain who may have hidden the palliatives believed to have been released by the government to cushion the effect of COVID-19 on the people.
The warehouse was one of the many places set ablaze by Lagos youths following the escalation of the End SARS crisis.
Another video shows a police vehicle being loaded with food items in the area as the rage in Lagos continues.
Meanwhile, vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has condemned the killing of protesters at Lekki tollgate on Tuesday.
Osinbajo, in a tweet on Wednesday, also mourned policemen who were killed during the protest.
As days of rage continues in different part of Lagos, a vehicle of the Nigerian police was seen loaded with food items after irate youths busted a COVID-19 warehouse at Monkey Village, Maza Maza.
He promised that all victims will get justice and prayed against more tragedies.
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He tweeted, “My heart goes out to all the victims of the Lekki shootings, and also the policemen and all other men and women who lost their lives in the past few days in different parts of Lagos and other states.
“I spoke to some of those in the hospital. The pain of these terrible events is palpable in our towns and cities, and some losses are irreplaceable, but we can and will get justice for all of them. I stand with Lagos and all other affected states in these trying times.
“We pray we will never see a repeat of these tragedies in Jesus name. God bless you all.”