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Coronavirus: Woman Laments Over Ogun State Lockdown (See Video)

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A Nigerian woman identified as Mrs Adenle in Ilaro Ogun state, has lamented on social media on how the Lockdown is causing a great havoc in the state.

In the video clip she said she was given N100 salt by the local council who are sharing food items for the community.

Omolola who shared the story with YewaloadedNG on Sunday, said the woman is disable.

According to her, she called out the Governor of Ogun State to see into the case as soon as possible before they all gush out to the street to start their day-to-day activities.

 

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