FG Palliatives Reportedly Rotten Under Sun, Rain In Kano

The food palliatives sent to Kano state by the federal government have reportedly been left rotten at open space and are being beaten by rain and sun.

The food items meant to be distributed to vulnerable and less privileged include 5,318 metric tonnes of rice; 2,438 metric tonnes of maize; 1,380 metric tonnes of millet and 900 metric tonnes of Sorghum.

The Guardian reports that some of the items have been socked by rain because they were left unattended in an open space.

According to a source, the consignments have spent more than one week unattended to.

Many people are living hungry because they cannot go to fetch for their daily sources of livelihood. Government brought the food to assistant people but look at the items here under the rain and in the sun. How can people be starving and food meant for them left idle this is wrong.

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