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Youths reportedly chasing after security personnel in Lagos State over continued stay-at-home announced by President Buhari without palliative measures.
The youths, spotted in a viral video retrieved by SCANNEWS24 (Gossip Unit), went on a rampage with machetes across several streets.
President Mohammadu Buhari had announced the extension of sit at home for more 14 days and improvement in the distribution of the palliative item during his second COVID-19 national address yesterday.
Though, Nigerians have been protesting bitterly on methods the COVID-19 Task Force has been implementing the flood relief materials.
The reaction of some youths in Lagos state may not be far if linked to the lingering complaint of hunger affecting the majority of households.
Lagos state has been with the highest number of cases in the country followed by FCT and Osun state with 189, 56 AND and 20 respectively to bring the total case to 343.