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COVID-19 Palliatives: Why you can’t ask looters to return looted food- Reno Omokri


Activist, Reno Onokri has given reasons why the government would be wrong to ask the looters to return the looted COVID-19 palliatives.

Omokri, who is a former presidential aide, made this known on his official Twitter account on Monday night.

Recall that there have been a series of looting witnessed in multiple states across the nation as residents invaded warehouses storing hoarded COVID-19 palliatives.

In the wake of the lootings, Plateau State Government, on Monday, gave looters 48 hours to return stolen COVID-19 palliatives in their possession or risk being arrested.

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Reacting to this, Omokri said the only reason the demand will be justified will be to ask looters in the government to return theirs, adding that it is their faults the masses are poor such that they resulted into looting palliative.

“You can’t ask those who looted food to return their loot, while not asking the same of those who looted government coffers, and made the masses so poor, to the extent that they have to loot palliatives, that should have been distributed to them in the first place. #EndSARS”

The lootings are parts of the events that ensued after the peaceful #EndSARS protests which were interrupted by violence and vandalism.

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