Two years after the COVID-19 shutdown, Nigerians find another palliative warehouse in Osun State, which sets the Internet abalaze.
During the COVID breakout in 2020, Nigeria implemented three phases of lockdown. Following that, the government gave citizens the option of palliative care.
Food products from 2020 that were supposed to be shared with the public but were instead hoarded are believed to be stored at a warehouse in Ede close to Adeleke University.
But before the township’s residents found the palliative, it was already too late and they were no longer edible.