Bala Mohammed: Empty COVID19 Palliative Warehouse In Bauchi Opens To Criminals
Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed described how his chief of staff, Ladan Salihu, opened a COVID-19 palliative care warehouse in the state for offenders.
The governor said his CoS threw open the warehouse doors when gunmen tried to break into the warehouse.
Mohammed, who reported this on his verified Twitter account, said the thugs were disappointed when they saw an empty warehouse, adding that groceries were being distributed from May to August.
The Governor wrote:
Thugs attempted today to attack a COVID-19 palliative care warehouse in Bauchi State. My chief of staff was informed and ordered to open the warehouse.
They saw that it was empty and returned. And that’s because we shared everything with the beneficiaries on time.
In terms of accountability, when we started rolling out a few months ago, I created a very influential committee, which was my own.
The core of my mandate remains a decisive push to give the citizens of Bauchi a better perspective and a better opportunity for a prosperous life. We are doing this and will do more.
I am pleased to reiterate that between May and August of this year, my administration initiated several rounds of distributing # COVID19 palliatives to beneficiaries across Bauchi State.