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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Nigeria's COVID 19 Palliative Looting Photos

These photos will break your heart (if t is not already broken in the last one week)!!!




























47 comments:

  1. God see blood on the bag of rice, he injured just to secure 1 bag for his family😭 useless government, God will purnish them eh

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    1. A very pathetic sight . Oh God, when will our leaders get it right in this country. Odi egwu ooo πŸ™‰ πŸ™‰ πŸ™‰

      Please these people should not be called looters , they took what rightfully belong to them.

      Sorry to the ones that lost their lives in this struggle. Omashe oooo #Whenwillwegetitright 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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    2. See how low you have reduced the citizens of Nigeria, evil Nigerian leaders past and present.

      May you wicked leaders be reduced lower than the lowest of any form of life and suffer such grueling hardship with no help or succour!!!

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    3. Oh, I forgot to add, what would it have taken to construct makeshift shelters in different LGAs, move the palliatives from there to each town within the each LGA to share in their villages through their village chiefs/heads according to their kindred etc - giving PRIORITY TO the aged, disabled and widows.

      These wicked leaders travel abroad, see FOOD BANKS and how SOCIAL WELFARE work.

      Evil will PURSUE and ENCOMPASS these wicked Nigerian leaders. You and your children unto the 4th generation will be VAGABONDS ON EARTH with no help!

      I bet this is also how they steal from IDPs. 😭😭😭

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    4. This is something else o.
      My people here are smiling and suffering.

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  2. Is there anyone in surulere?

    See what greedy government has done to their people.

    Good they have collected their own palliatives.

    It will never be well with these leaders and their cohorts Amen

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  3. How can a sane human see these heartbreaking photos and still support this Governmeent? People literally fought, died, and bleeding profusely just to get the food meant for them, photo de coeur brisΓ©...
    If they can hoard food meant for the masses, imagine what theyd do with public funds, do the math.

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  4. That slay babe on bikeπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Nice one jare,i wish one of this warehouse was close to my house, i would have gone too. The jos own is so so pathetic. check out the crowd, the building might even collapse sef

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    1. Belle first oh.... she can slay later πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Did you read my mind❓ That was the exact words I shared with my friends now @Slay babe on bike with Covid-19 Palliatives. 🀣

      See her "winged" eyelashes. 🀣

      It's really sad what the wicked government are doing to their own people.
      May hunger,suffering and pain never depart from the lives of these evil leaders!

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  5. Man wickedness to man
    The eyes of poverty
    The voice of poverty
    The look of poverty

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  6. That guy is bleeding all over his sack of rice. Chaiiiiii . This is so sad.

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    1. Our politicians has dealt with usπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯.

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  7. People are hungry,the first picture speaks loud and clear.
    Those that carried table water are funny Sha but who knows if they don't have access to potable water.
    It's well with Nigeria

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    1. the water will be sold am sure. it just translates to cash for them

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    2. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632827 October 2020 at 15:09

      That first picture made me so tearful then the guy bleeding on the rice just to have something to eat. So sad.

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  8. Please can someone answer me ,
    Why were they hoarding palliative and who are those in charge ?
    And shouldn't they be prosecuted ?

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    1. Those in charge took orders from the evil polithieves to lock up the place. PH looting loading.

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    2. The matter will be swept under the rug, just watch.
      Prosecuted by who? Same evil people that need to be prosecuted themselves??

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    3. They are insisting that it was meant to be shared. That's the story they are sticking by. To them these people disrupted it.

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    4. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632827 October 2020 at 15:10

      I also do not understand why they were hoarding it? To resell them later?

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  9. Wicked and heartless LEADERS,see ENOUGH Food for the masses but they prefer the poor masses to starve to death😭😭😭
    Heartless souls, You all Leaders will pay for the suffering of the masses very soon.

    This Our Wicked leader's don't have YOU at all

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  10. See the cripple guy, see the one bleeding on his head. Oh God, if there's anything we did to deserve this as a nation, please forgive us, if not, give us the courage to rise and throw out these destiny destroyers and the grace to achieve this without war *tears* #ENDBADGOVERNANCE

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  11. πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’” It will not be well with these government people.

    Hiding indomie! My heart πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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    1. They want to use it for election na, awon men of the people

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    2. Indomie that has a not too long expiry date o? These people are very heartless.

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  12. All I can say is that our God is indeed very patient.

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  13. I have only one sentence to write about this.
    Our Leaders, except Borno State Governor, are extremely wicked. They have sold their souls, to the devil. Why were they hoarding the food??

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    1. @10:15...because they have PRACTICALLY SOLD THEIR SOULS TO THE DEVIL and THE HOTEST PART OF HELL has been RESERVED FOR THEM❗

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  14. I must commend Okezie Ikpeazu for this one,he shared 5mil to each church,bags of rice,beans,tubers of yam and cartons of indomie.
    That's why there were no recovered palliative in Abia state.
    God go punish politicians.

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  15. As in ehh Stella! Very heart breaking pictures and situation. What manner of evil has our politicians not subjected Nigerians to?? During the lock down era, I was imagining what people with kids were going through, I imagined how they were coping, I mean an adult may understand and bear the starvation but what will you tell innocent kids when they go hungry and demand for food?? Other countries that loves their citizens and has their citizen's best interest at heart were busy sending them money, food and medical cares too, But our leaders locked all of us up in our various homes without NOTHING! The palliative that was meant for the hungry masses nko?? They hide it and refused it from being distributed. What did we ever do these people?? They've looted enough money for them and their generations oo, They have enough food for them and even money to buy more but still, They felt it was cool to starv the poor masses that voted them in. And yet someone out there parading themselves as a "YOUTH" is somewhere miserably defending these demons?? Phwee!! We've really been through alot from our politicians.

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  16. Stella,there's so much hunger in the land. People are suffering o. Especially those in Bayelsa experiencing flood. I can't even talk it.

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  17. May God punish all these wicked leaders... Imagine them hoarding food meant for people and we are asking for good roads, hospitals education etc. It is well πŸ’”

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  18. I read of a lady that died in the course of the stampede to get palliatives in Abuja. May God help Naija.

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    1. I read and saw a picture of a woman that was shot dead at Awka Anambra state because she went out to get her own palliatives. She must have told her kids to Waite for her that she's going to bring them a bag of rice or a catoon of indomie only for her to get killed.

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    2. Yes saw the pictures. Too saddening.

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  19. Wicked, evil, heartless etc leaders

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  20. This pictures and really heartbreaking!
    May it not be well with Nigeria government.

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  21. These pictures reflect present realities. There is so much hunger out there.

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  22. God of mercy, things are happening.

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  23. Is this how they really hate the citizens of this country. So it's best they allrot inside the warehouse than the citizens having them.Wow!i just wish amadioha will strike all these greedy, wicked and evil governors. Ndi ojoo

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  24. Very πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ™†πŸ½‍♀️ God pls have mercy on us!

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  25. yet that buhari's ex girlfriend said she went to all the states and palliaties hae been distibuted..Hungry giant of Africa

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