Ben Ayade Imposes 24hrs Curfew After Residents Discovered Hidden COVID-19 Palliatives Warehouse

Published On: October 23, 2020, 10:47 pm (1 month ago)
Author: success Xenab

The governor of Cross River State, Sen. Ben Ayade has ordered the imposition of 24 hours curfew in Cross River State.

According to information gathered, the order came in shortly after residents discovered hidden warehouse loaded with COVID-19 Palliatives on Friday, October 23, 2020, in Calabar, the state capital.

Sources said the palliatives which include food stuffs and other items that were supposed to be distributed to citizens of the state were locked in a warehouse at CROSPIL office, Bishop Monagh Avenue, State Housing Estate capital.

A statement signed by Mr. Christian Ita, Special Adviser to the Governor on Media and Publicity, on Friday said the #EndSARS protest has been hijacked by hoodlums.

“Following the hijacking of the peaceful protest against police brutality in the state by hoodlums, the state governor, Sir Ben Ayade has imposed a 24hr curfew in the state starting from 6pm on Friday, October 23, 2020.

“Residents of the state are advised to observe the curfew as security agents have been mandated to arrest anybody who flouts it”, the statement read.

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Moment a Police officer carries COVID-19 Palliatives from a Ayade Food Bank warehouse and gave to a cripple in Calabar



Posted: (1 month ago) on 23-10-2020 10:47 PM | Hero
Nigerians across the country has a common any. Some people's eyes are already open while some are still blind
Posted: (1 month ago) on 23-10-2020 11:15 PM | Upcoming
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i dey talk am, una state governors are eviler than FG
Posted: (1 month ago) on 23-10-2020 11:26 PM | Addicted Hero
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True, this is not Fed govt problems, hold state governors accountable.
Posted: (1 month ago) on 24-10-2020 12:48 AM | Gistmaniac
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Common palliative when they supposed to share give the poor people,they carry everything go lock for inside ware house,both in Lagos everywhere
Honestly it will be more better if that failed country divide.....Nigeria has no president, imagine a country where the president doesn't even know exactly what is going on except the one that fool called femi adesina tell him....Shame !!!
Posted: (1 month ago) on 24-10-2020 02:46 AM | Gistmaniac
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Quote from: dopygenius on 24-10-2020 02:46 AM
Common palliative when they supposed to share give the poor people,they carry everything go lock for inside ware house,both in Lagos everywhere
Honestly it will be more better if that failed country divide.....Nigeria has no president, imagine a country where the president doesn't even know exactly what is going on except the one that fool called femi adesina tell him....Shame !!!

HONESTLY THE COUNTRY IS TOO BIG FOR ONE PERSON TO GOVERN. THE BEST OPTION IS TO DIVIDE THE COUNTRY.
Posted: (4 weeks ago) on 24-10-2020 04:46 AM | Upcoming
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dleg dleg (m)
Quote from: dopygenius on 24-10-2020 02:46 AM
Common palliative when they supposed to share give the poor people,they carry everything go lock for inside ware house,both in Lagos everywhere
Honestly it will be more better if that failed country divide.....Nigeria has no president, imagine a country where the president doesn't even know exactly what is going on except the one that fool called femi adesina tell him....Shame !!!

All our political leaders are evil and heartless
Posted: (4 weeks ago) on 24-10-2020 05:27 AM | Gistmaniac
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Hehehe...I believe those with brain will realise in this time of crisis that the state governors are their main problem...I think I can now believe that minister of humanitarian affairs when she said billions were spent on palliative during the lockdown. Shame!
Posted: (4 weeks ago) on 24-10-2020 07:07 AM | Hero
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God have mercy on nigerian because of their crazy leaders,l till think over and over about this food all over the country park in a wardhouse when nigerian were beging.Nigeria leaders peace will never come yur way and also yur family.
Posted: (4 weeks ago) on 24-10-2020 07:51 AM | Gistmaniac
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