Nigerians have taken to the social media to lament on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Stay-at-home palliative distributed by the Federal Government of Nigeria on Saturday (today) in some part of the country.
In a video obtained by Naija News, a 3kg bag of rice, beans and two sachet tomato paste with a loaf of bread were seen with a man who claimed that the package was given to them by the government, to be shared in a whole zone.
According to the man, the palliative was given to them in Zone 3 in Alimosho Local Government Area in Lagos State.
Watch the video below:
In another report, a Twitter user identified as Adiatu Afeez (@adiatu10) shares some photos of the palliative given to them at the Ile-Iwe, Agbado Oke Odo LCDA.
“So we received a loaf of bread and one 3kg bag of rice as a palliative package for about 200 residents of Sakiru Ibrahim estate, Ile-Iwe, Agbado Oke Odo LCDA.”
So we received a loaf of bread and one 3kg bag of rice as palliative package for about 200 residents of Sakiru Ibrahim estate, Ile-Iwe, Agbado Oke Odo LCDA. @jidesanwoolu @MobilePunch @SaharaReporters @BOGbadamosi @segalink @EiENigeria @jharmo @legitngnews @jojoGSE @henryshield pic.twitter.com/vkgsOHQUIH
— Adiatu Afeez (@adiatu10) April 4, 2020
See some of the reactions below:
— kunle oyebode (@kunleoyebode) April 4, 2020
But they are here disturbing the international community with shouts of names of political thieves who are donating millions to the same fantastically corrupt federal government to aid the people! Please channel aid to #Biafran's @www.ipobinusa.org to help my people. Thank you 🙏 pic.twitter.com/6GjaN3QCTA
— A-Taste-Of-Africa (@ATasteOfAfrica7) April 4, 2020
Tell those people who voted for them 2015 and 2019 in your area to come and see what their slave master brought for them..they thought politics is like football club, one deals with lives, while the latter deal with entertainment…
— DON CHAO (@EnnySam3) April 4, 2020
My dad's CDA in aboru received the same thing 🤣 pic.twitter.com/aqZjvPeboC
— Taohphyk (@justinmayor2) April 4, 2020