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Monday, April 27, 2020

South West Governors Return Rotten Bags Of Rice FG Donated As COVID 19 Palliative

South West Governors have Unanimously returned to Lagos 10, 800 Bags of rice donated by Nigerian government as COVID-19 palliative.....

They say the rice is unhealthy for human consumption......










This is just unbelievable!!!!

They seized these bags of rice and just stored them away to get bad....Imagine!!!

49 comments:

  1. I knew d rice will be bad. Wicked Govt.
    Can ur kids eat rice dat has been seized for yrs probably locked up smwere in unsanitory conditions with heat and rain and u expect it will be ok for human consumption.

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    1. They don't have sense. Something they kept for months, common sense didn't tell them to check it before giving states government.. They were busy making noise that they sent 10trucks of rice to Lagos alone.... Trucks of rubbish

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    2. Do know why they cannot give d so called Nigeria rice dat still fresh😗😚

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    3. Why are we so wasteful as a Nation? So you mean to tell me that after seizing all those truckloads of rice,they just lock it up in a warehouse and let it decay? So they don't know they can generate income with it by auctioning it out to the general public? They can also sell them to large hotels and restaurants or donate some to different motherless and nursing homes.I am really upset at this wastefulness.

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  2. Ojoooomiiii....what? See maggot infested rice given to people to consume.God what have we done to deserve all these wicked leaders ruling this country.

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  3. Nonsense and coronavirus
    So they expect people to consume this shit!

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  4. These must have been seized by Customs.

    Oh Lord!!!
    And some live in penury in the midst of all these abundance.

    May God help us.

    All we ask for is food; nothing else.

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  5. Wicked and heartless leaders.

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  6. They know very well that it's bad but they shared it still. E no go better for all of uma

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  7. This government came to steal, kill and destroy.


    ■Lape.

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    1. That means this government, is the devil.

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    2. Keep saying it as it is
      @

      Lape

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  8. Buhari the epitome of wickedness.

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  9. So they expect people to eat this rotten rice chai!

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  10. Still mad at me for calling your Zoo a zoo?

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    1. Leave matter for Mathias.

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    2. Nobody is contesting that. We are only saying that you are one of the animals in the zoo. Do you now understand??

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    3. what animal are you in the zoo?

      Let me guess !!!


      A 🐁 feeling like a lion.

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    4. When you are in a zoo, what does that make you?

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    5. Anon 11:21🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  11. What type of thing is this? This country needs a proper restarting.

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    1. As in ehn correct factory settings, it was seized and store away just to spoil haba! Why not donate it to orphanage homes, sell at a cheaper rate to market women Kai! I'm tired of this country walahi.

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  12. Very bad bad government am really angry when people are out their hungry....haba

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  13. Who locks up perishable food items for months and then turns around to distribute it for people to eat??? They should send it to Aso Rock kitchen. If is good for the people to cook and eat, it should be good for it to be cooked there too.

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    1. Buhari’s government, locks up bags of rice.

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  14. This Govt is a true definition of wickedness.

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    1. Evil abounds in this government.


      We wouldn't see Don and Essah on this post.

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  15. Even if these bags of rice were smuggled, letting them in would have been better for the economy than letting them rot away. You seize goods and don’t have an idea of what you will do with them. If this isn’t cluelessness and wickedness, I wonder what is.

    At the very least, couldn’t these have been used as part of the ‘feed the school program’? But no, the money to be siphoned from that program needed to be whole and entire😐.

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  16. Imagine. Giving people poison to eat.

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  17. Shebi you were all jubilating when you voted Buhari in, you said all manner of unprintable things about Jonathan , little did you all know that you were shooting yourselves in the foot . Corruption still exists and you people voted in ‘wickedness’ to join the corruption. You will all suffer for it. Did you not see other credible candidates to vote in? You are only just starting! Fasten you’re seat belts . You will weep blood !

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  18. What an epic waste. In a country where hunger is rife to see this level if wastage. 800 bags no less. Don't these ppl remember that the country is extremely hot and if things are not stored properly humidity and moisture build up leading to mould and mildew and spoilage. All that food just gone down the drain.

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  19. E beru Olorun,eyin ijoba yin. See wastage when three square meal is SO difficult for an average Nigerian.

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  20. This is wicked,evil,callous,Insensitive, depraved,objectionable,iniquitous,immoral, opprobrious,nefarious,vicious and cataclysmic Coronavirus ��������

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  21. Oh God. This is really bad and inhumane. God please come to our rescue already in this country

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  22. Kikikikikikikiki that's their reward for voting a fool as a president

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  23. State government way they find there own cut from the national money Come they say rice no good abi them they find way take chop money put for there own pocket state govt want make them give them the money so that them go by the rice by there self from there them go chop the money without doing anything for the mass everything na politics both state govt and federal govt na there self them day deceive

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  24. Shalom Blvd!
    God shall surely judge the wickedness of man his fellow; for He is a God of judgment.
    Remain blessed.

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  25. How is this even possible? Never knew rice can spoil. How did they store it? In the river?

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