After Cross River state Governor, Ben Ayade ordered a house to house searched for looted items, some residents have been seen returning their loot.
The loot took place in a fallout of the nationwide #EndSARS protest.
In a viral video sighted by LailasNews, some residents of Calabar, Cross River state capital could be seen allegedly returning looted items to the houses they were taken from.
This ensued after Governor Ben Ayade ordered security operatives to begin a house-to-house search to recover the looted items.
Watch the video below;
Residents of Calabar seen allegedly returning items they looted after Governor Ben Ayade ordered a house-to-house search.#endsars #electricity aproko doctor Rinu Pogba Lawma The Sun Officer Femi Falana Camera Arise Tv Agent Fash Knock Knock pic.twitter.com/YArCOfYRPz
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Many COVID-19 palliatives warehouses have been looted across with country, with Lagos and Osun state being highlights.
COVID-19 palliatives was discovered in a warehouses located on the premises of Cocoa Processing Industrial, Ede, Osun State before being looted.
A warehouse at Maza Maza community in Oriade Local Council Development Area, Lagos State, was also looted.
Reacting to the development in a statement by Gawat Jubril A, Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Governor of Lagos State on New Media, the palliatives were donated by the Private Sector Coalition against COVID-19 (CACOVID) group, and was set to be distributed if not for the EndSARS protest.