COVID-19 Contractors Protest Non-payment in Abuja


Contractors who provided COVID-19 medical equipment and items to the Federal Capital Territory Administration have taken over major streets in the Territory in protest of the partial payment of money they allegedly owed three years ago (as of 2019). The demonstrators blocked the entrance gate of the Union Minister, which obstructed the passage of cars and prevented vehicles from reaching the headquarters of the secretariat.

Different banners and placards displaying different quotes were seen with the protesters, addressing the Federal Capital Territory minister; they were all demanding for the payment of the debts owed by the Minister or the Ministry as the case may be.

Considering the fact that the COVID emergency did not begin until 2020, there are questions being asked about how the Federal Government would have ordered for equipments or employed the services of these people in 2019, for a disease that did not become an issue of acclaimed emergency till March 2020. This appears to be giving credibility to the submission that the COVID was a fraud and the Federal Government is an accomplice in the crime.

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