Calabar Residents, the Cross River capital, on Friday evening, invaded a warehouse believed to stash a large volume of COVID-19 palliatives yet to be distributed to the people of the state.

The excited residents thronged the warehouse located at Clement Ebri Drive, following a tip-off from early arrivals who had successfully carted away some food items.

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Some Calabar Residents also took to their twitter handle to react to the situation.

The raw food items were originally meant to be shared among the masses. Also, as part of measures by the state government to curb the economic effect of the pandemic in the state.

It, however, remains unclear why such a volume of palliative was withheld. Even when it was stamp with CACOVID trademark. It, however, was hoarded at the warehouse despite the soaring prices of food items in the state

The development comes 24 hours after some angry residents of Mazamaza community. Meanwhile, Oriade Local Council Development Area of Lagos State made away with food items. They broke into a warehouse that had the COVID-19 palliatives.

It’s obvious that CACOVID group, a private-sector coalition against COVID-19. And had donated food palliative packages to some state governments during the heat of the pandemic.

Moreover, A similar invasion of a warehouse holding relief materials for the Covid-19 pandemic in Ilorin. So, the Kwara State capital proved fatal Friday evening. Six people are dead after security forces opened fire at the facility.

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