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Thursday, April 02, 2020

COVID19 -Lagos State Gov Sanwo Olu's Feed The Poor Package Has Been Hijacked

The three bags and 3 loaves of bread were delivered on Monday to a community of over 60 households in Agunfoye by igbogbo/bayeku LGA in Ikorodu. They were asked to share but the shocked residents are still waiting and hoping it is a mistake. 

Today is Thursday and we need to keep spreading this news until Gov Sanwo Olu sees it....







49 comments:

  1. Hahahahahahahahaha
    Hahahahahahahahahaha
    This country is so funny!..
    OMG!..
    We are our own problem aswear..
    Can you imagine?

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    1. This is so bad,I know it will come to this.

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    2. Maybe they want to perform the miracle of 5 loaves and 2 fishes

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    3. See me hoping to hear a lock on the door to receive ours,Sanwo Olu please o

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    1. Cookie dear, this is not a laughing matter and you are not to cry either. We are really our own problems. God help us.

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    2. Imagine in my area where I used to go for 150 is now 200/250. Cos they are now carrying three in a seat, yet they are still asking government to reduce the price of ticket or stop giving them tickets altogether.

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  3. I dont know if I'm to cry or laugh... This country is a big joke! I'm not even surprised, knew the greedy and wicked ones would hijack this to benefit their household... Credit their accounts instead,mba! They're going around sharing stake bread and asking people to share...smh

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    1. The bread looks stale truly. Greedy and wicked leaders

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    2. Because this is not election time. Lord almighty may corona virus come upon anyone who steals or partakes in stealing what is meant for the masses at this painful time in Jesus name...

      Wicked and greedy lots.

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  4. Let me not type what I want to type . God save us in this country !

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  5. They should check the houses of the Community Chairman,Ward Counselor,chiefs ati bebe lo.... Before I forget,including their concubines o! E get why.

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  6. What?
    This is Nigeria indeed!

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  7. Nigeria will never disappoint... We know things like this will happen. My greatest regret in life is being born a Nigerian. Oh God you know my heart desire. I don't want my kids to breathe their first breath in this country.

    Please give me the resources to achieve this. Nigeria doesn't worth it.

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    1. You didn't blame the government today? Maka why.

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    2. Amen to your prayer!.

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  8. This is really unbelievable. I'm still shocked. Well maybe I shouldn't be, anything is possible in Nigeria. Some people are very heartless in this country. Give food to the poor, some already rich men and women will hijack it and divert to their already full pockets

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  9. When I say we have so many wicked people in this country. That is why Nigeria will continue to get the type of rulers they have.

    Sanwo is trying but his goodness will not be seen because of wickedness

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  10. Food sharing don enter audio..

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  11. But some Nigerians are heartless,that even in this very precarious time, people can still consider self over the generality of the people.
    If not, how can one come to terms with something that's meant for the people being hijacked by a few for their own selfish gains. SMH.

    Sluttychic.

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    1. This is Nigeria 🤣🤣🤣🤣
      It is well🙏

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  12. 😢😢Pathetic, Nigerians. But na we know God/Allah pass. Why even bring the 3 bags of rice and the bread. 3 loaves!😯 Wow😯.

    Why could just come and say the consignment of rice and bread allocated for that community fell in the river. 3 loaves....? Jesus is Lord forever. Kai.

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  13. Bread my son will stand up and finish, why can't they share cash?

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  14. The government has their own issues, but, you see those greedy and heartless Nigerians, they have more issues. They only care about themselves and very inconsiderate.

    Ms.A

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  15. Hmmmm,this is just the beginning!
    with the way things are going.people might disobey the curfew and go back to work come Monday.

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  16. In as much as I believe the process has been definitely hijacked, the food package is supposed to augment and not provide for the entire community.

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  17. I will not even touch that bag labelled covid 19

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  18. This is so close to my area. Its safe to say nothing will get to my parents 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

    Let me gaan look for more money.

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  19. Curbing coronavirus in Nigeria can only be by God. All these government palliatives ko le work. Yesterday they came to share food in Alimosho Local Government. One LCDA is to share 75bags of rice. Let's just estimate that's about 1million people.
    Even if they share 1 cup per household would that go round. Not to talk of the whole two weeks.

    You need to see the crowd struggling. It takes only one asymptomatic person with the virus in that crowd to infect others and boom, it spreads. You tell us to stay at home, but I don't see the purpose.

    If they even produce/buy face masks for everyone to always wear and enforce it, is it not better than these.

    The money being shared at Abuja, I can bet there was a crowd (which wasn't shown in the pictures) and social distancing was not observed.

    God help us.

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    1. God bless you for airing my thought as you saved me from trying.

      I heard the whole relieve items were locked in classrooms @ ile-iwe school, meiran and few were shared to people

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    2. God bless you for airing my thought as you saved me from typing.

      I heard the whole relieve items were locked in classrooms @ ile-iwe school, meiran and few were shared to people

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  20. People taking advantage of this whole situation left, right and center. What a Country.

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  21. I keep saying this, even if the government put or want to put palliative in place, it will be hijacked by ordinary Nigerians. Nothing works at all, Nigeria is a prob6on it's own, we need orientation.

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  22. The sheer greed
    Swift judgement O GOD in Jesus Name, Amen

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  23. #SELLNIGERIA

    Nothing is working anymore. Sell to more serious countries that will revamp the whole system.

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  24. And they said we should hang food on the road like they did in Germany to help the poor. Jokes...



    Sighs.

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    1. Not even the poor would get it.the ones who can afford to buy it would be the ones fighting to take it.rubbish

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  25. In Ghana street workers are being fed daily and an amount of 10ghc the same as 677.20naira is given to each person daily. They are 15,000 street workers which we call Kayayei.

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  26. Kai!!
    Please what exactly is the problem??
    This is wickedness.
    Have we forgotten we shall give account of our lives one day??
    Why would I do this to my fellow human? Hoarding what is not mine??

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    1. No, some people don't think accountability will take place one day.

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  27. As tommorow is not even promised, some people are still wicked and taking food meant for everyone. Why won't God keep giving us bad leaders. We need to stop blaming the leaders but ourselves. When we fail to share common rice that most of these evil people have at home. It is well with us in Nigeria. Greedy lots

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  28. It is well. May God forgive all Nigerians.

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  29. I knew this project will go south. Covid 19 will make some people millionaires...
    God will judge whoever is put in charge of distributing these to the needy but decide to corner it to enrich themselves.
    Some families are hungry, no food , no hope and you make them suffer to enrich yourself??
    Your karma is doing press up..

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  30. I can't believe this, how will these sustain people for two whole weeks?
    May God have mercy on them.

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  31. I Was Praying That They Surprise Me for once and alas, I am not surprised.

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  32. God help us all in this Covid 19..

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  33. The earlier we understand we (us) are the real government then it would be better for us.

    One or two peeps in that community have taken away everything yet they won't stop calling government.

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  34. Stella forget all this food that they said they are sharing is pure scam.I stays in iju ishaga,on Monday I saw a truck,moving truck, throwing bread to people.people were running after them like mad people.so in their mind they have feed the poor pple in ifako ijaiye .There is nothing like sharing food. Is all for them alone,party pple and pple in politics.

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