Several youths and hoodlums in Cross-River State on Friday broke into a warehouse in where COVID-19 palliatives were kept and carted away food items.
The warehouse is allegedly located at Bishop Moynagh Avenue, State Housing Estate Calabar
Some of the items carted away include beans, noodles, sugar, salt, garri, rice and pasta.
It was gathered that military men at the scene made no attempt to stop them.
This is the third warehouse discovered by Nigerians in less than two days. NigerianEye had earlier reported that rampaging youths discovered a warehouse where COVID-19 palliatives were hidden in Osun and Lagos state respectively.
Those in Calabar Hurry now to Clement Ebri Drive. Go and do your shopping! Merry Christmas 😂 pic.twitter.com/Cp6JrTwMsa— TEWAN 🚀 #EndSARS (@tewannyong) October 23, 2020
23-10-20. Even in the face of heavy military presence; the people of Calabar are refusing to back down. pic.twitter.com/AvyvpRJJdR— Big Daddy Gersh (@__gershom) October 23, 2020
Covid 19 Palliatives, Ah! O Bad Naw!— TEWAN 🚀 #EndSARS (@tewannyong) October 23, 2020
People did lockdown and stayed indoors, you promised them food on TV but never came, only to stack it up in a warehouse so you can use it later for campaign, You are wicked sha!😣 pic.twitter.com/9ToCpZfcPd
Calabar, Cross River State! pic.twitter.com/FGJNP6PYhw— Amaterasů (@TheSpillion) October 23, 2020