After they fought and scattered the indomie and rice, the original vulnerable are packing the spoils to feed from says mama Vero and some other widows who said they are unable to keep up with the large number of crowd that gather to collect palliatives from kind hearted Nigerians distributing food items to cushion the effect of palliatives.
The survival of those whose livelihood depends on daily hustling are those listed amongst the poorest of the poor.
How can a full blown adult be struggling to snatch palliative in the midst of hungry people?
A survey conducted by NOIPolls and published on Tuesday gauged the level of concern of Nigerians about the lockdown order.
Findings indicated that others worry over the survival of those whose livelihood depends on daily hustling.
The opinion poll on COVID-19 to gauge the perception of Nigerians revealed that almost all adult Nigerians (99 per cent) were aware of the outbreak of coronavirus disease in the country.
“With regards to concerns with the lockdown, 72 per cent of respondents specified that they have concerns about the lockdown. These concerns included lack of food for the poor (40 per cent), that people will die of hunger (21 per cent), of economic hardship (13 per cent)