A Nigerian man has taken to Twitter to make a claim that some mosquito nets that were meant for people at the IDP camps, are being sold in some market in Lagos.
The man identified as @ShedamsFitness in his tweet, revealed that he bought the mosquito net for N3,750, at a mall in Lekki and the ‘Not For Sale’ tag was not even removed from the nets.
I think this should’ve been distributed in IDP camps,not to be sold,bought this Permanent Mosquito net for N3,750 at a popular store in Lekki Phase 1! Which way Naija
This was bought over a week ago, and it was while I was helping to unfold from baby’s cot we saw the ‘NOT FOR SALE’ label that wasn’t conspicuous on the pack itself!We’re our worst enemies. After profiting frm this evil act, they take some of the proceeds to religious homes or foundation claiming philanthropists. Then we begin to rain prayers to God to help our country… If you have seen better jokers pls let me know.
I think this should’ve ben distributed in IDP camps,not to be sold,bought this Permanet Mosquito net for N3,750 at a popular store in Lekki Phase 1! Which way Naija🙄👎🏾 @BellaRoseO @HenshawKate @denikeoyetunde @USAID @segalink @Omojuwa @DEMOLAEXPOZE @LadiSpeaks @DrJoeAbah pic.twitter.com/wL8bX8PC35
— Seyi Olusore (@ShedamsFitness) July 15, 2019
Then some of his followers replied saying that kind of corruption is not new in the system as a man claimed some malaria drugs that were given for free to the government are being diverted and sold in other countries.
There were some malaria drugs that subsidized for Nigeria alone by USAID. Those drugs somehow found their way to Cote D’Ivoire where they were sold at a higher price.