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"Officer of the law!" Nigerians scream as "Civil Defence officer" is seen joining residents to grab Covid-19 palliatives discovered in a warehouse in Gwagwalada

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A man dressed in the Civil Defence uniform was seen joining residents to grab stored Covid-19 palliatives discovered in a warehouse in Gwagwalada, Abuja.

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In a video shared online, the alleged officer is seen waiting beside his packaged food items as citizens ran in and out of the warehouse, grabbing stored Covid-19 palliatives for themselves.


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After a while, he’s seen grabbing his items and walking out of the venue.


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“Officer of the law,” other residents going in to pick food items for themselves are heard saying.


The officers ignored all the civilians and continued on his way with the items.



For days now, Nigerians in different states across the country have been discovering warehouses where Covid-19 palliatives were stored and they’ve been taking them. A number of people have expressed shock that these palliatives were stored in warehouses while people went hungry during the Covid-19 lockdown.


Watch the uniformed officer grabbing Covid-19 palliatives below.




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