Palliatives: BCO Urges Governor’s To End Looting

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By; BUHÀRI B. BELLO, Jos


State Governments have been urged to consolidate the efforts of the federal government in providing succour to the citizens instead of allowing them to languish in object poverty.

The Buhari Campaign Organisation (BCO), made the call in a press release issued by its national coordinator, Alhaji Danladi Pasali, who frowned at a situation where items of palliatives are kept unshared, leading to the recent burgling of warehouses and their subsequent looting across some states of the country.


 “The looting of palliatives in some states as aftermath of the EndSARS protest has become another cause for great concerns.


“And it has become necessary for us to express that such happenings are indicators that respective authorities at various states need to rise above board to consolidate the efforts of the federal government in providing succor to the citizens.

“That President Buhari, through the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, has graciously distributed food and other items to the states Governments, our expectations of them is to expedite actions by ensuring that same are extended to the needy.”


The BCO said, as a pro good Governance group, they are not happy with the trend of development, at which items as palliatives are kept unshared, leading to the recent burgling of warehouses and the subsequent looting of the items. 


“We are concerned because some Nigerians have ignorantly, accused the Buhari-led Federal Government of not caring about the plight of the people, whereas; it has greatly and graciously done its part, but that some Governors have seemingly failed to consolidate such efforts and concerned,” it said.


The BCO appealed to all state governors should come to terms with current realities and always do the needful.


“Not only on the issue of food palliatives, but all aspects of Mr. President’s, efforts of alleviating the sufferings of Nigerians, so that all executive arms of governments.can be seen toeing to the path of good governance,” it added.
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