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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

COVID 19 - Food Dropped On The Streets For The Hungry And Needy...

In Turkey,there is lock down to curb the spread of the Coronavirus and the people have started to leave food packets on the road for the poor and the needy at this COVID 19 lock down.....


This is awesome!!!







41 comments:

  1. This can never happen in Nigeria

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    1. People will pack them and resell here in my country Nigeria

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    2. Even if it happens, greed will set in, people who can't afford a meal a day won't get it.

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    3. I tell you. Even if it can, the people appointed to distribute the food, will steal the whole thing and resell. We saw it during the flood season. Mattresses that were meant for displaced people, were hoarded and sold off to traders.

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    4. Please, cut our dear country some slack.. We ain't that bad..

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  2. Na wa. Turkey own don serious like this?
    This whole just skyrocketed within one month. Like a boomerang it multiplied and replicated overnight.
    Is it not instabul Turkey that Tiannah went March 1st for her birthday?
    Looks just like yesterday, now I'm sure the country is shutdown.
    2020 just feels like I'm watching one of those end time films e.g 2012 movie

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    1. 2020 feels like it's been here for more than a year.

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    2. it's not serious compared to other countries. They locked down immediately they reported 3 deaths. Total death now is 44.

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  3. This is beautiful ....
    Awesome!!

    Nigeria is your uncle

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  4. The whole world under lockdown. Looks like a dream.
    We will have so much to tell our children in the future about a time when everyone was forced to stay home.

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  5. Be like bambiala package, I don't know but dropping it on the road like this? Erm.. I'm not sure.
    Over all, it's a good move.

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    1. A starving person does not care whether it looks like bambiala package.

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    2. Sun needs to kill the virus on the packs

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  6. Thank God for people who thoughtfully did this.
    This is where Nigerians are exposed to be too greedy and selfish. The "I have arrived mentality...I pass my neighbor..." won't let a typical Nigerian help even his brother.
    So sad. ­čśó

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  7. Wealthy Nigerians with all the churches on every corner of the street won't do this.

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  8. Meanwhile in Nigeria, even the light sef to make the staying home less boring, we don't have it. Who did we offend. And na we go church and pray pass o. May God help us

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    1. Really heart breaking!! Common light, they won't flash..... No average Nigerian deserves hell fire I swear. #CHISOM

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  9. Better country. This can never be initiated here

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    1. Never say never. You and I make up Nigeria. A philanthropist can do this, doesn't necessarily have to be government.

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  10. Country that loves its citizens!! Who's gonna try this in Nigeria?? Who? Our political or religious leaders, over their dead bodies...... They'd squeeze out the little left of their poor citizens, Umu ekwensuuu. #CHISOM

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    1. Haaahaaahaaahaaa!

      #CHISOM is truly not finding the state of affairs funny at all [ and I share her sentiments whole and entirely]
      Nne just take it easy inugo, no test, no testimony.
      Oga di mma.
      Belive me.
      ...Baby Girl...

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  11. I wish this can happen in Nigeria. Hmmmmm

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    1. unfortunately some selfish persons would pack it all for themselves

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  12. I can't wait for 2020 to pass, a lot has happened and still happening

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  13. Is this the vision 2020 they have been talking about?? This one too will pass by the grace of God

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  14. Ordinary mosquito nets from WHO are resold by our ...May God help us.

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  15. Turkey you guys are doing well.

    Trust our dear country Nigeria S those incharge will take all the food to their houses and Star selling them on a high price.

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  16. Turkey is such a nice country during winter, winter coat are been hanger on the tree for the poor to wear. I already falling in love to Turkey.

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  17. Chai....Chineke gozie ezigbo obi fa nwelu

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